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It's barely been a week since the Apple Watch hit, and guess what? It's still the talk of the Apple world — now that more people have gone hands-on with the wearable, news is coming in on everything from apps to production delays internal components. Apple also announced another record-breaking fiscal quarter, plus we've got lots of other info in this week's roundup of the biggest Apple news.
In today's Apple Daily, Apple acknowledges in a support document that tattoos can have an adverse affect on the Apple Watch experience. In other news, three business cards owned by Steve Jobs go up for auction.
Well, May the Fourth be with you. We've got some sales of games galore this weekend and one of the big names topping that list is Star Wars. With their "Jedi holiday" fast approaching, this franchise is sensing a disturbance in the price column, as if loads of apps cried out and got suddenly cheaper. If that makes sense to you, head on down to the App Store. We've highlighted some of them, but by no means all, and we've got a bevy of non-Lucas-related titles on the price chopping block for the weekend as well.
Have an Apple, Mac, or iOS tech question? We've got the answer. This time, we'll show you how to update your Apple ID to a new email address but still keep all the purchases and history associated with it — plus, if you want, how to transfer your old ID's email to a new user.
[Advertorial] Have you ever wished you could see who was at the door without having to get up? Of course you have, we all wish for that kind of convenience to assist in our laziness. Now you can make that a reality with the Ring Video Doorbell. Get it on sale now from our Deals tab. Find out more after the jump.
In today's Apple Daily, a teardown of the Apple Watch reveals that total price for the component parts of the device is only around $85. In another news, Apple is working with Japan Post and IBM to put millions of iPads into the hands of Japan's elderly citizens.
There’s something for everyone in this week’s batch of new iOS games, and each one of these gems is sure to impress. Broken Age concludes Shay and Vella’s adventures with Act 2 and brings with it some impressive puzzles and twists. Fans of RPGs are sure to enjoy the many encounters in Ys Chronicles 1 and Trulon. Superheroes more your speed? Marvel Future Fight is the game you’ll get hooked on. Wany something zany? Try Bears vs. Art. And if you like Tekken and Galaga, why not get two for one in the weirdly addictive Galaga: Tekken? Read on for more.
In late 2013, FileMaker put a stake through the heart of Bento, the company’s personal database solution for OS X. The untimely demise of a longtime favorite left a sizeable void in the Applications folders of many Mac users, but a new contender has arrived on the Mac App Store to right this injustice.
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Time for a regular feature of the Deals column: "What can I get for less than a grand?" You've got a budget and you've got to stick to it. Sure, we all dream of rolling into the Apple Store and dropping the plastic on the counter and loading up, but in the real world, you still have to eat the next day — and you can't eat these Apples. So let's see what you can get and not have to sell off your other possessions to pick up.
In today's Apple Daily, we learn that Apple is behind schedule on Apple Watch shipments because of production problems centered on a key feature of the device. In other news, a third-party app glitch keeps dozens of American Airlines flights grounded after it shows up on pilots' iPads, and insider sources claim that an Apple Store app could be coming to the Apple Watch sometime this summer.
The Apple Watch has finally arrived, at least onto the wrists of those lucky enough to place early preorders. We've spent as much time as possible putting as many of the 3,000-plus available apps through their paces as we could. The result is a list of 20 that we consider to have successfully lived up to the potential of the watch, ranging from financial and search apps to keeping a journal, buying gas, dining out, and more. If you have an Apple Watch, don't miss out on these 20 extremely useful Apple Watch apps!
The convenience of a secondary screen can be very handy, either for monitoring something like your email at a busy time, or for extra tools, such as productivity or creative apps, but investing in an additional monitor (especially if you're mobile and using a laptop) isn't always practical. This is where Duet Display comes in, letting you use an iPad as a wired extra monitor.
[Advertorial] Is your work station actually helping you get work done, or does it leave you wanting a better set up and causing you distraction? Your screen should be big enough for whatever you need, be it work or entertainment. You can assure yourself just that if you wind up as the winner of the Apple Thunderbolt Display Giveaway. Enter to win now in our Deals tab. Find out more after the jump.