Don't-Miss iOS Stories
Instagram's new redesign is not getting many hearts. Here's the real reason why app makeovers always make us cringe.
Jobs liked flashy Apple Stores. Get over it.
Alternative keyboard for iPhone has a helpful one-handed mode and support for swipe typing.
A reader wonders if something's wrong, because Apple's second-factor system lets him approve a connection from a seemingly odd place.
Apple’s addition of a new Touch ID restriction could be about prodding people's memories, or it could be another protection for people without legal protections.
And rumors are no reason to start flipping tables.
This week's roundup includes two similarly named apps that have very different functions.
Even though Dragon Anywhere can only take dictation inside its own app, it works better than Siri, especially for long chunks of text.
Allo and Duo sound cool, and we're glad they're coming to iOS. But how many more closed messaging systems does the world need?
Sixteen?! Rovio's franchise goes under the microscope as it hits the big screen.
Intrepid traveler Séamus Bellamy kicks off his column with a quest to learn Spanish using an iPhone app.
Why Cupertino should take a hint from Google's latest updates to Android N and Android Wear, and snag a few features for iOS and watchOS.
This week, Google revealed two upcoming apps for iOS, a clever home appliance, plus a VR platform and machine-learning hardware that could give us a hint at what Apple might be working on.
Apple Pay killer CurrentC, on the other hand, is pretty much dead.
An iPhone-free, untethered Apple Watch may be on the horizon, but watchOS will determine if it’s worth the extra monthly bill. Jason Snell explains.