Rumors abound of Apple updating every single product line at next week's media event, even as the company apparently winds down its relationship with Samsung. Elsewhere, the iPod nano is dissected ... for science!
You have an iPhone 5, Lightning cable, and laptop running iTunes. Is there any way to play a movie on the iPhone on the Mac's bigger display? You betcha, says Chris Breen.
With the seventh generation of the iPod nano, Apple has taken the best of the previous two generations and combined them into an iOS-inspired player that for many people will be the best nano yet.
Instead of working on a TV, Apple may be up to something handier. Elsewhere, the iPhone is totally rad (that's what the kids say, right?) and the newest iPod touch is stripped for parts.
iPod touch benchmarks are nothing to sneeze at, nobody coughs up enough money for a vintage Apple computer, and Taiwan and Apple hit a hiccup over map imagery.
Enjoying podcasts in iOS 6 can be tricky. Kirk McElhearn explains how to best use (or not use, in some cases) Apple's Podcasts app.
Many changes in iOS 6 are squirreled away in the Settings app--if, like most users, you don’t delve into Settings, you’ll miss some great new features. Here’s a look at the changes to this important-but-overlooked app.
As promised, Apple on Wednesday released iOS 6, the newest version of its operating system for the iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch.
If you like brand spanking new Apple hardware, this was a pretty good week for you. In case you somehow missed our nonstop, wall-to-wall coverage of the new iPhone 5 and other announcements that went along with it, let us catch you up on the week that just flew by.
A new iPod touch, with improved camera and support for iOS 6, and a bigger iPod nano are both on the way.