Don't-Miss iOS Stories
No matter what the data shows, it's bad for Apple.
This week's roundup includes a new app that celebrates the 50th anniversary of a children's favorite.
Two researchers claim to have found a way to bypass the activation lock feature in iOS that's supposed to prevent anyone from using an iPhone or iPad marked as lost by its owner.
Apple is offering to replace batteries for free on certain iPhone 6s smartphones that shut down randomly: Here's how to find out if yours qualifies.
The iPhone and Apple Watch are already capable travel companions, but improvements to Maps, Apple Pay, and SIM-switching would go a long way.
You accidentally sent a text to a landline. What does the recipient hear?
Drones go places cars can't.
Can’t take phone calls right now? Zap incoming iPhone calls to voicemail.
Apple is actively working to address the Calendar spam invites. Here's a fix in the meantime.
You can donate to HIV and AIDS treatment and prevention with Apple Pay transactions, iOS game purchases, and red accessories starting Dec. 1.
This week's roundup includes some cool new accessories that got their start on Kickstarter.
This frontier adventure is alluring, but the sluggish wandering loses momentum fast.
Here are the very best accessories that will thrill anyone who loves their iPhone, iPad, and Apple Watch.
It's that time again, as Apple developers get new beta releases.
Did an invitation to buy products appear repeatedly in your calendar in the last few days? You can fix it.