Don't-Miss iOS Stories
Google has explained to iOS app developers a way to circumvent Apple's iOS 9 requirement for secure network connections. It's legitimate, not as bad as it sounds, and still not good.
The September event isn't just about iPhones anymore.
Siri talks the talk, but can she walk the walk? Dan Moren dreams up the perfect Siri.
A reader wants to print a single page from a document loaded in iOS, not the whole thing. Is there a way?
Nope, you can't pinch your iPhone's display to get to the home screen, nor can you swipe directly through your open apps—but you can if you're an iPad user. Read on for six gotta-know, only-for-iPad gestures.
Call them content filters or ad blockers, iOS 9's ability to plug apps into Safari that handle how items are retrieved on web pages will change the way we mobile surf.
Siri can get quite sassy at times.
What's in a name? For Apple, maybe something a little different than we're used to.
Glenn's testing a few early iOS 9 content blockers, and already the difference is staggering.
Google's latest Android update includes a bunch of "new" features that iOS users have been enjoying for years. Yawn.
Nope, you're not the only one who's ever barked "stop it!" to your iPhone or iPad because it was being, well, a little too helpful. Luckily, you can tweak or turn off many of iOS's most nagging and intrusive features.
Do you never want to see your ex's Dear John text message again? iOS is here to help.
There's an increasing gap in the security and integrity of iOS devices running iOS 7 and before, but also a constantly shrinking quantity of such hardware.
Limited data plans suck, but getting dinged because you went over your cap sucks even more. Here's how to keep tabs on your data plan so you can avoid getting penalized.
Use your fingerprint to put expenses on the company dime.