It’s been an exciting week for tablet aficionados, as both Google and Apple have unveiled their highly anticipated slate offerings for 2014. Google has teamed up with HTC this year to build and officially introduce the new Nexus tablet, dubbed the Nexus 9, while Apple, despite rumors of a huge 12.9-inch iPad, has introduced a…
Everyone loves a good deal. When it comes to Apple products, you generally have to turn to refurbished products as they just don’t come cheap. If you’re in the market for a new iPad, now is the time to act as Apple has just graced us with an iPad price drop.
It’s been a big week for tablet lovers. Yesterday we finally got a look at the HTC Nexus 9, and today it was Apple’s turn to try to convince you to purchase a new slab. We now know Apple iPad Air 2 release date, and it’s coming sooner than you might think.
Just when you thought it was over… We’ve had some fun talking about the various Bendgate issues over the past week, but things seem to have died down for the most part. If you’re a bearded individual, that may not be the case as we now have Apple Beardgate to deal with. Seriously…
Apple may have had their big show for the iPhone 6 Plus and iPhone 6, but they still have a few tablets and iMac’s to show off. We’ve wondered about the date, and according to a new report an Apple iPad event is right around the corner.
Some of the issues with the iOS 8 update have been rectified through iOS 8.02, but if you’re still stuck in a rut, there’s hope. The iOS 8.1 release date is rumored to be only a few weeks away, and it’s bringing new iOS 8.1 features along with it.
Anytime we’ve mentioned the iOS 8 update it’s been bad news, and yesterday we told you about a silver lining of sorts in the form of iOS 8.1. A curious developer has done a bit of digging with the code, and it’s been confirmed that there will be Touch ID support for the iPad.
It’s been all Apple, all the time for the past few weeks with the whole Bendgate saga and a bevy of iOS 8 issues. Apple is working hard on getting things straightened out, but it appears as if they’re working on something else as well with iOS 8.1, 8.2 and 8.3.
A couple of days ago we told you about #Bendgate, the big thing that’s been trending on twitter over the past few days. Joking aside, it looks like Consumer Reports took notice, and they’ve put the iPhone 6 Plus along with several other devices to the Bendgate test.
WiFi calling is a feature that’s getting more popular by the day, but it can be a little tricky to get going as it varies from one carrier to the next. It also doesn’t help that there are several dozen smartphones with the feature. That said, if you’re looking to enable T-Mobile WiFi calling on the iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 6, 6S, and 5C, we’ve got just the thing for you.