iOS 8 Release: 10 Things to Expect This Fall

iOS 8 wallpaper

Yesterday during WWDC 2014, Apple not only showed off the iOS 8 update for iPhone and iPad for the first time, it revealed that the release would be coming sometime this fall for owners of its mobile devices. Now that the iOS 8 release is confirmed for the fall, we want to take an early […]

How to Get the iOS 8 Wallpaper Right Now for Your iPhone & iPad

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Apple announced and unveiled iOS 8 yesterday, and it’s the next version in line over iOS 7. While iOS 8 is merely in beta form only available to a select number of developers and beta program testers right now, you can actually get the iOS 8 wallpaper and rock it on your iPhone or iPad right […]

Why the iPad 2 iOS 8 Update Matters

The iPad Air is significantly larger than the iPad mini.

Yesterday, at WWDC 2014, Apple announced its brand new iOS 8 operating system, an operating system that will be landing for a number of iPhones and iPads this fall. In a bit of a surprise, the iPad 2 will be getting the iOS 8 update, an update that we think is of a great deal […]

How to Get the OS X 10.10 Yosemite Wallpaper on Your iPhone & iPad

OS X 10.10 Yosemite

OS X 10.10 Yosemite was announced yesterday by Apple as the next version of OS X, succeeding OS X Mavericks. While Yosemite is merely in beta form only available to a select number of developers and beta program testers, you can actually get the OS X 10.10 Yosemite wallpaper right now and rock it on […]

7 Reasons to Skip iOS 8 Beta

Though unlikely, it would be great to see some iOS themes with iOS 8.

The iOS 8 update won’t land for the public until sometime this fall but thanks to the beta program, there is a way to get hands-on with the update ahead of its release. That said, while getting the new iOS update early might sound like a great idea, there are actually some very good reasons […]

iOS 8: What Devices Will Get the New Update

The iOS 8 announcement is close as is a beta, but the public release is still months away.

The iOS 8 will be heading to a number of devices this fall including the iPhone 5s, iPhone 5 and one device that many thought would be left behind on iOS 7. Today at WWDC 2014, Apple finally debuted its long awaited iOS 8 update for iPhone and iPad. The update, which had been rumored […]

iOS 8 Includes Third-Party Support for Touch ID and Keyboards

iOS 8 with open Touch ID access for developers

Today, during Apple’s WWDC keynote where the company announced iOS 8 and OSX 10.10 Yosemite, it also announced third-party support for its Touch ID fingerprint sensor, as well as touch screen keyboards. In the past, Touch ID was only limited to Apple’s own garden, where it’s been used only for unlocking your iPhone 5s and […]

iOS 8 Release Coming This Fall

AT&T is launching VoLTE this month which means it should be ready if Apple adds support in IOS 8 and the iPhone 6.

As expected, Apple debuted the iOS 8 update for iPhone and iPad on stage at WWDC 2014. And as expected, Apple confirmed the iOS 8 release for the fall, likely alongside the an iPhone 6 release date. Today WWDC 2014 in San Francisco, Tim Cook and company took the stage to show off their new […]

iOS 8: Finally, You Can Leave iMessage Threads

Quick reply with iMessage

Group iMessages will get a whole lot better when the iOS 8 release arrives for iPhone and iPad. Today at WWDC 2014, Apple announced its brand new iOS 8 update for iPhone and iPad. As expected the company detailed many of the features that it will becoming with its iOS 7 successor later on this […]

iOS 8 Arrives with HealthKit, Better Notifications, Improved iMessage

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As expected, Apple has officially announced iOS 8 at the company’s annual Worldwide Developers Conference today. The new version of iOS comes with a very similar user interface that practically remains unchanged from iOS 7, but it includes some very cool features that we’ve seen before in other apps, but are coming to iOS natively. […]

iOS 8: 8 Things iPhone & iPad Owners Can Expect

The iOS 8 announcement is close as is a beta, but the public release is still months away.

Tomorrow, Apple will show off iOS 8 for iPhone and iPad for the first time. With that in mind, we want to take an updated look at what we expect from the software that is poised to replace last year’s massive iOS 7 update. Last year, weeks before WWDC 2013, Apple announced that it would […]

Logitech Ultrathin iPad Mini Bluetooth Keyboard Review

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Logitech’s Ultrathin iPad Bluetooth Keyboard has been a hot seller for quite a while, and the company decided that it was time to make their iPad keyboard even better by improving on a few qualities. Logitech updated its Ultrathin Bluetooth keyboards for both the iPad Air and the iPad mini with a thinner and lighter […]

iOS 8: What We Know Ahead of WWDC 2014

The iOS 8 announcement is close as is a beta, but the public release is still months away.

On Monday, Apple will take the stage at WWDC 2014 and deliver its keynote to its developers. And it’s there, at Monday’s keynote, that we should get out first real glimpse at iOS 8 for iPhone and iPad, an update that’s expected to replace the iOS 7 update and help deliver an iPhone 6 sometime […]

iOS 7.1 on iPhone & iPad Review: Two Months Later

Apple made changes to the animations inside iOS 7.1.

Two months ago, Apple released iOS 7.1 for iPhone and iPad. And for those two months, we’ve used iOS 7.1 every single day of the week. With the iOS 8 launch fast approaching and attention shifting away from iOS 7, we want to take an updated look at how iOS 7.1 for iPhone and iPad […]

iPad Air: Buy or Wait?

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A question that everyone seems to have about every Apple product is whether or not they should buy it now, or wait until there’s a new version that comes out. It’s a very common question, but one that definitely deserves an answer, especially since Apple is notorious for updating its product line every single year […]

WWDC 2014: What to Expect from Apple

AT&T is launching VoLTE this month which means it should be ready if Apple adds support in IOS 8 and the iPhone 6.

Next week, Apple kicks off its annual developer conference where the company is expected to show off not only iOS 8 for iPhone and iPad but also its new OS X 10.10 update for Mac. With WWDC 2014 just over the horizon, it’s time to take a look at what to expect from one of […]

iPad Discounted up to $30 with New Education Pricing

Touch ID on the iPhone 5s

After years of offering student discounts for Macs, Apple is expanding its education pricing for iPads, allowing students to buy a brand-new iPad for up to $30 off. The iPad Air and the iPad mini with Retina display are both eligible for Apple’s education discount, with the iPad Air seeing a $30 price drop and […]

iOS 8 Concept Video Shows Rumors In Action

The iOS 8 announcement is close as is a beta, but the public release is still months away.

A new iOS 8 concept shows off a rumored iOS 8 feature ahead of WWDC 2014. Next week, Apple will take the stage at the Moscone Center in San Francisco and kick off its annual developer conference, While WWDC 2014 will be aimed at Apple’s massive army of developers, the event will also likely play […]

Cyberelevat0r iOS 7.1 Jailbreak Is Fake

iOS 7.1 jailbreak

An official iOS 7.1 jailbreak has been available for the iPhone 4 for quite a while now, but a new iOS 7.1 jailbreak is supposedly available that works for all iPhones and iPads, and it’s untethered. The only problem with it, is that it’s fake. iOS jailbreak developer i0n1c has teased in the past that […]

iPad Air 2, iPad Mini 3 & iPhone 6 to Get Touch ID This Year

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After the iPhone 5s launched back in September with a fingerprint sensor, rumors began flying about the possibility of the iPad also getting the same treatment. Of course, we have yet to see an iPad come equipped with Apple’s Touch ID fingerprint sensor, but we’re seeing hints that the next iPads (probably the iPad Air […]