Don't-Miss iOS Stories
It looks like Pokémon but plays like a lot of other mobile puzzlers—still, it's fun.
Now you can browse Safari without an annoying ad taking up the entire screen. We'll show you how to enable ad-blockers in iOS 9.
A bunch of new apps let you browse Safari in iOS 9 without being interrupted by pesky ads. Here's how to enable these ad-blockers.
What kind of playlists can I create? Will Apple Music replace iTunes? What will happen to my Beats subscription? We have the answers, and more.
Apple doesn't pass certain litmus tests but that doesn't mean it doesn't have advantages.
Apple Watches are full of complications—in the best sense of the word. Really. We'll show you two apps featuring new complications, plus more from the iOS world. Read on!
Find out what your friends are listening to and get quick access to a shared playlist.
The 'app slicing' feature in iOS 9 that would enable developers to target slimmer variants of their apps to specific devices is unavailable because of a bug in iCloud, Apple's cloud service for its devices.
iOS 9 finally brings public transit directions to Apple Maps. Watch how you can get from point A to point B using trains, buses, and subways.
Apple finally brings public transit directions to its Maps app in iOS 9. Here’s how you can incorporate bus, train, and subway directions when planning your trip.
If you thought the iOS 9 content-blocking controversy was dying down, you thought wrong.
The latest project from Microsoft's Garage division is an app that helps users better schedule meetings.
Live Photos and 3D Touch are especially delightful.
The first widespread introduction of malware to the App Store turned out relatively benign. It shows the soft spots in Apple’s security chain.
A better answer to a perplexing and annoying iOS problem in which you're queried to enter a password for an app installed from someone else's account.
Plex for iOS turns digital media into a secure personal cloud viewable from anywhere there’s an Internet connection (or offline, with a paid subscription).
Apple has identified 25 iOS apps on its stores that used a rogue version of its Xcode development tool.