Shady developers have found a new way to trick users into spending ridiculous sums of money on worthless services.
The scheme, which was discovered by Redditors and reported by the welivesecurity blog, uses TouchID to trick users into in-app
After all these years, the Apple iPad is the best tablet experience and the gold standard for just about anyone. Believe it or not, even some Android smartphone users seem to gravitate to the ease-of-use of the iPad. Luckily, Walmart has the Apple
My 2017 iPad Pro, with uncanny timing, has started acting up these past few days.
All of a sudden there's a patch of lighter-than-the-rest pixels at the bottom of the screen, and I can't stop looking at it. It's the proverbial fly in the
The holiday season is right around the corner, which means you're gonna have to start picking out gifts soon. If you're shopping for someone special and really want to wow them, we have an idea:
Get them a MacBook Pro.
Is that going too hard? Nope.
Teardowns of Apple hardware have repeatedly revealed just how difficult it is to repair. Apple doesn't want you to repair its devices, so why make it easy? But with the introduction of the T2 chip, Apple switched from deterring repairs to outright
On iOS 11, Apple introduced a new way to protect user privacy by letting you hide the contents of your notifications on your iPhone's lock screen until you unlock the device with Touch ID or Face ID.
But it turns out there's a very simple way to
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