FiftyThree's popular sketching app comes to the iPhone at long last—and learns a few new tricks along the way.
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According to Adobe, most people use paid streaming TV services on Apple gear.
We’ll step you through setting up and using Find My iPhone, and what to do if your phone ever does go missing. Prepare for this tech nightmare now before it happens to you.
Recent reports suggest that the next-gen Apple TV will arrive in October for under $200.
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The year-over-year drop in watch sales in June is the biggest such decline since 2008, according to NPD Group.
According to analyst Mark Li, sluggish shipments from one of Apple's Watch suppliers indicate that Apple's newest product isn't selling as well as expected.
The US Government may investigate whether or not App Store policies gives Apple Music an unfair advantage, according to Reuters.
Apple Music will let you upload your own tracks to fill in the gaps.
The ban takes effect at Disneyland and Disney World—and at Disney's Paris and Hong Kong locations—next week.
Despite her criticism of Apple's handling of royalties during Apple Music's trial period, Swift remains bullish on the service's potential.
Chrome's development team touts significant performance improvements—and says more are on the way.