Apple published yesterday a new “Privacy on iPhone" ad that takes a not so subtle shot at the ruthless practices of advertisers.
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Apple shared some details today about new accessibility features coming later this year to iPhones, iPads, Macs, and Apple Watches
Apple is now allowing developers to raise the prices of some app subscriptions without requiring users to opt in.
Apple has just released the version 15.5 of iOS and iPadOS as well as macOS 12.4.
Those of us who have been around awhile always recoil a bit when confronted by how the personal computing industry has changed.
The May Xbox Update brings an activity feed with stories to the Xbox app on Android and iPhone and a new QoS service to the console.
Apple will now give developers 90 days to update apps that the company sees as outdated and clogging its App Store.
Apple has issued a major update to iMovie on the iPhone and iPad that makes it easier to create and share a finished movie.
YouTube is ready to roll out picture-in-picture support on iPhones and iPads running iOS 15.
After two years with Mint Mobile, I’ve moved my phone number back to Google Fi. I’ll miss hearing from Ryan Reynolds, and the lower overall cost.
Announced in November in beta, Apple Business Essentials is now available to all small businesses in the United States.
In the same month that Microsoft launched Windows Vista for consumers, Apple launched a much more important product, one that would upend the industry.
Hardware makers sold 1.39 billion smartphones in calendar year 2021, up 5 percent when compared to the 1.32 billion sold in 2020.
As a consumer of tech reviews, you may rarely if ever consider how difficult it is to recommend products to people with different needs and wants.
It’s not just Android: Google is also updating several of its apps across iOS (iPhone) and iPadOS (iPad) today as well.
My trip to Mexico City this past week has given me an opportunity to re-test the Google Pixel 6 Pro after two months with the iPhone 13 Pro.
Android and the iPhone both have their advantages, for sure. But there’s one area where Apple’s device is curiously uncompetitive.
Apple announced today that it will bring contactless payments to iPhone users in the United States later this year. The feature is called Tap to Pay.
Google would like Apple to support the RCS messaging standard. But since that will never happen, it has a Plan B.
The iPhone 13 Pro is a terrific smartphone that comes with none of the drama I experienced with the Pixel 6 Pro. I love how it just works.
The Netherlands antitrust authority has fined Apple 5 million euros for failing to meet its in-app payment systems requirements.
The Senate Judiciary Committee voted in favor of the American Innovation and Choice Online Act, which will help curb Big Tech’s power.
Canalys claims that Samsung closed the gap on the iPhone in the previous quarter despite the iPhone 13 series launch.
I’m not sure that the world is waiting for yet another iPhone 13 Pro review, but I’m working on mine. In the meantime, here’s one data point to consider.
Google went public this week with its frustration over one of Apple’s strongest ecosystem lock-in strategies: the blue and green bubbles in iMessage.
Apple now has over 745 million paid subscriptions with its App Store delivering over $60 billion in revenues in 2021.