Don't-Miss iOS Stories
Apple's public beta program has its ups and downs, but in the end, everybody wins, even if you don't install macOS Sierra or iOS 10 for months.
Brave enough to test the iOS 10 public beta for yourself? Here are the features your should check out first.
Using the public betas? Do your duty and report bugs to Apple.
Back up, strap in, and go nuts! iOS 10 is ready for public beta.
Minor but necessary tweaks are coming to the iPad this September. Here's a sneak preview.
You can become an iPhone software guinea pig by signing up for Apple's public beta program.
Not a developer? You can try out early versions of Apple newest operating systems starting today.
Two times the demands.
Microsoft's internal idea incubator has created a new, wacky way to share your physical collections with the world, called Thinga.Me
Susie and Caitlin have a lot of feelings about the loss of Paper, which is like rocks and scissors to our souls.
With this new feature, the popular photo-sharing app hopes to become your default camera roll.
The game uses your smartphone's camera, sensors, and location-sharing capabilities to put Nintendo's characters in the real world.
This is one patent that could definitely be used for evil, but just because it exists doesn't mean Apple plans to use it.
Slow down the double-click speed on your iPhone or iPad's Home button, keep the Home key from accessing Siri from the lock screen, turn on triple-click shortcuts, and more.
Apple might be developing technology to remotely block your iPhone camera at concerts. But could this technology be used for evil purposes?
Apple released the second beta of all four of its operating systems to registered developers, which means public betas of iOS 10 and Sierra are getting closer.