Apple has a handful of new tutorial videos for the newest iPad Pro. No, it doesn’t include a video on how not to bend the new tablet.
Auto manufacturers take kindly to Apple’s CarPlay and Android Auto at this point, both of which Spotify supports as well, but it looks like the streaming service wants to fork out on its own.
Things aren’t going so hot between Apple and Qualcomm at the moment, with no end in sight to the issues.
First Apple was dealt a blow as certain iPhone models were banned in Germany, and now the company has to retract a statement in a press release!
It feels like forever ago that Microsoft had a viable option in the smartphone wars, but that time is officially coming to an end.
Facebook Messenger has picked up a lot of features and design tweaks over the years, but late last year the social network finally decided to tone things down.
PSA: Verizon’s Free Apple Music Subscription Isn’t Available for the Grandfathered ‘Verizon Plan Unlimited’
Verizon and Apple have collaborated on a nice deal for Apple Music subscribers, with the carrier opting to cover the cost of a monthly subscription for some.
Get a new Mac over the holiday season? The Mac Power User Bundle will ensure you’re using your new gadget to the best of its ability, giving you four top Mac apps that will help manage your Mac’s data, increase download speeds and much more. And the best news is, it’s currently available for the low price of $14.99 at the iPhoneHacks Deals Hub.
T-Mobile and AT&T have been offering free spam protection on some level or another as a free service to customers for quite some time, and Verizon is finally following suit.
The slowdown in iPhone sales has led many Apple suppliers to cut thousands of seasonal jobs earlier than usual. Foxconn, Apple’s biggest supplier, has removed 50,000 contract workers from its factory in Zhengzhou since October. Usually, Foxconn hires these workers right before the launch of a new iPhone, i.e. in mid-August and renews their monthly contract until January.