Don't-Miss iOS Stories
The federal government just endorsed Apple Pay in a big way.
People with lower-end iOS devices may see their memory gobbled up quickly
This week's roundup of apps includes two new offerings for editing and sharing images captured on your iPhone—plus TV, social media, and more.
Bribery, elitism, and stalking? Just another day in the world of online dating apps. Avoid these at all cost.
While iOS is experiencing a revival of retro-inspired puzzle and platform games, Gunbrick is just original and weird enough to marry the two ideas well.
iOS 8 offers precise enough control over who can see your location and when that even a privacy lover like Glenn Fleishman is on board.
Marco Tabini went all-in with Apple's health-tracking technology, and the results are a mixed—but mostly positive—bag.
This week's roundup includes a pair of cool new iOS docks and a couple of different accessories for taking great selfies. Plus: speakers, photo lenses, and more.
An iOS update without a slew of new features? Sounds good. Let's start by fixing and improving what iOS 8 already has.
Chris Breen and Susie Ochs talk Apple's Photos beta, iOS 9 as the "Snow Leopard" of Apple's mobile platform, updated MacBook Airs, and iOS 8.3 beta.
Before iOS 8.2 rolls out, Apple is already hard at work on 8.3.
If This, Then That is an extremely handy service that can streamline all kinds of tasks. These seven killer recipes can get you started.
Timers, occasional button-tapping, and mundane busywork layered atop a chat room—is this really a mobile smash?
Twitter lost 4 million users because of its own issues with iOS 8, not Apple's.
This week's app roundup includes a couple of offerings that help you stay on target with your task list—plus games, a reading list manager, photo apps, and more.