Don't-Miss iOS Stories
Health insurer Aetna said it plans to give employees 50,000 free Apple Watches and subsidize the cost of the mobile device for a select number of its largest customers in an effort to bolster its analytics-based mobile wellness and healthcare management programs.
Apple made a change to how your iOS apps are downloaded to your iTunes library. It can affect how you back up your device.
This week's roundup brings even more wireless headphone options for your new iPhone 7.
Using the 2x setting in iPhone 7 Plus's Camera app doesn't always mean the telephoto lens will take the photo. If you're too close your subject, or there isn't enough light, the app will use the "regular" wide-angle lens and digitally zoom the photo instead.
You don't need a Series 2 to seriously upgrade your Apple Watch. Give these watchOS 3 features a shot.
Apple likes to make money, but not this much.
It's hidden, but once you figure it out, it's a great way to get a previously difficult output from Mail.
From super-size emoji to tap-back bubbles, from full-screen laser effects to sending a heartbeat, iMessages in iOS 10 is jam-packed. Here's how to get started.
The dual-camera technology can be used for a lot more than creating a cool bokeh effect.
Apple is reportedly working on electronic health record software that would take all of your information and make it easier for doctors to diagnose.
Boosting inventories and hatching eggs faster: it's like a wearable cheat code.
Survey says nobody likes iPhones. Also some other things.
This week's roundup features the unveiling of this year's edition of one of our favorite iOS game franchises: NBA 2K.
Anyone who has looked at automatically-generated subtitles on YouTube can tell you that asking a computer to describe what a human says can lead to hilarious results. Now, Apple has brought that to iOS 10 with support for transcribing voicemails.
iOS 10.0.2 is now available.