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Apple’s pre-WWDC surprise announcement of changes to the App Store’s subscription policy has left a lot of questions in the air. We have answers for many.
It's touching how concerned people are about Apple's buying options.
You used to be able to decide when and why to "pay again" for software you'd already purchased once. As apps move to subscription models, those days are numbered.
This week's roundup includes a device that lets you prepare your meal while keeping an eye on your iPad.
Soon any developer can offer subscriptions and keep more of the revenue, and App Store search is about to get a shake-up with paid ads.
WWDC is just days away, and there's a lot to talk about: changes to the App Store, Apple Music, Siri, and some hardware we wish was coming but probably isn't (yet).
Subscriptions and a larger Live element headline the social network's efforts to make content easier on the eyes.
With a 3D printer and a lot of trial and error, a clever developer has created the most unholy of smartphone alliances.
Peer-to-peer payments, iTunes Match, better App Store discoverability—Apple's services have plenty of room to grow.
Transform those moving pictures into GIFs or movies that you can use to dazzle others with your adorable children and pets.
Instagram recently added sharing extensions functionality to its iOS app. Now, you can share photos from third-party apps directly to Instagram.
How dare Apple force us to choose?
Even with loads of free-to-play elements, EA's puzzle riff is a smoother, friendlier experience.
Jon, Mark, and Gordon can do without the T-Mobile pizza, but they agree that Digital Storm's gaming PC is badass.
At less than $500 a pop, these 360-degree cameras are bringing immersive video creation to the masses.
Apple is expected to announce its latest mobile OS on June 13 at WWDC. Here is our ultimate wish list of 12 new features for iOS 10.