We know that Apple is likely launching three new iPhones this year, and we know new MacBooks and iPads are probably on their way as well.
But a new report from reliable analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, via 9to5Mac, claims Apple will launch all that
Your eyes aren't playing tricks on youMicrosoft's new Surface Go really is a shrunken version of its popular Surface Pro.
The 10-inch Surface Go is Microsoft's smallest, thinnest, and lightest Surface tablet to date. And with a starting price of $
Let’s face it: Whether you’re FaceTiming with your parents on your iPad or curling up with a juicy read on a lazy Sunday, hoisting your tablet up for what feels like an eternity (not to mention craning your neck) puts a total damper on
Apple loves, loves, boasting about how it supports older iPhones and iPads with new versions of iOS.
That's great for squeezing more life out of an aging iOS device, but what Apple never tells people is that updating the software almost always slows
Of all the events that happen in tech during the course of the year, Apple’s fall event, where the new iPhone is typically revealed, usually gets the most attention. But the keynote of its annual Worldwide Developers Conference is arguably
Apple’s 2018 Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) is fast approaching, and, as usual, software will be the star of the show. iOS, macOS, watchOS, and tVOS will all get some upgrades and new features.
Among those platforms, iOS 12 is the
iPad: "Cannot take photo." "Insufficient space for download." "Storage almost full."
There's nothing more annoying than your iPad's screen whining about storage, and then having to delete apps or photos you weren't even done
Remember when Apple was about to release the iPad and everyone hoped that it would be some sort of futuristic tablet-laptop hybrid?
That never happened. Apple kept its tablet and laptop product lines separate, down to the operating system. But a new
Welp, it looks like the App Store won't be getting Steam's newest app after all.
Apple has rejected Steam Link, an app that lets you play Steam games on your iPhone or iPad, even though the company initially approved the app for its App Store.
When the iPad first came out, people looked kinda ridiculous using it out and about.
That doesn't quite compare to Snapchat's new AR games feature, "Snappables," which consists of games that let you control what's happening using your face.
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