Don't-Miss iOS Stories
Glenn and Susie are joined by Brianna Wu of Giant Spacekat, who gives us some real talk about developing games for the next Apple TV. Elsewhere, we talk iOS 9 and the new iPhone 6s.
iOS 9 has an optional iCloud Drive app that makes is much easier to access your iCloud Drive files.
Document attachments, intelligent search, and multitasking features make Mail more useful than ever.
Notes is no longer the most basic native app in iOS.
With the addition of public transit info and nearby recommendations, Apple Maps is finally catching up to its biggest competitor: Google Maps.
It's faster and more secure, it'll use less power, and it doesn't need as much space as iOS 8 did. Just get it!
Step-by-step instructions for installing the latest version of iOS—and how to reinstall iOS 8, just in case.
Sometimes it's the small things that make the biggest difference.
The update to Spotlight should save you loads of time getting to where you want to go.
Now you can have two iPad apps opened at once in iOS 9. Here's how it works.
Open two apps simultaneously? iOS 9 is turning the iPad into a powerful multitasking machine.
Do you have a question about iOS 9? We've got you covered.
Apple's modus operandi is making devices suited to particular uses.
Don't rush to upgrade on Wednesday without backing up.
It may no longer be the wonder child of yore, but this old dog still has a few tricks up its sleeve.
HopStop, acquired by Apple in 2013, serves transit directions to 113 U.S. cities, while Apple Maps in iOS 9 will serve only six.