Don't-Miss iOS Stories
The Consumer Electronics Show made for a busy week of new iOS accessories. In our final installment, we've got even more new gear, this time focusing on Bluetooth speakers. If seeing yet another Bluetooth-audio product raises your blood pressure, well, we've got an accessory for that, too.
This week's roundup includes a new game featuring Sonic and friends, myriad updates to the Kindle book-reading app, fun with puzzles and physics in Feed Me Oil 2, and much more.
It's early January, which means it's time for the annual Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. Which also means plenty of new iOS accessories are being announced (if not yet actually shipping). Here's our first batch of interesting new gear.
Citing unprecedented demand, the company announced that it has now paid more than $15B to developers.
This week's roundup of new and updated iOS apps offers ways to keep your New Year's resolutions to get fit, eat better, and make good decisions. And if you just want to have a better music-listening experience, we've got help on that front, too.
Apple held off most of its product launches until late in 2013, but readers found plenty to focus on throughout the year.
Congratulations, you've just gotten an iPhone 5c or 5s. Let us help you set it up, transfer data from your old phone, and get you playing with all its new features.
Mac 911 is back with its 2013 list of ways to use your technical gifts to enhance the lives of others.
With a copy of Apple's GarageBand it's a cinch to create ringtones right on your iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad.
There's a new keyboard in town, as startup Fleksy brings a new way to enter text into iOS apps like Launch Center Pro and Wordbox.
Running out of iCloud storage? Before you pay for more, try these backup tricks.
Apple's 12 Days of Christmas giveaway app is back for 2013—and can finally bring some holiday cheer to iTunes users in America.
With over 500 million installs, Apple's latest mobile operating system is also its fastest growing ever. That's good news for both Apple and third-party developers.
Apple launched the iBeacons location-aware sales system at all 254 of its U.S. stores on Friday morning. The system, though, isn't quite as frictionless as it sounds.
One magazine company is using iOS 7's iBeacons to alert nearby users about Newsstand versions of publications, and potentially even letting local businesses give access to their customers.