[Advertorial] Your music can already go with you anywhere thanks to your iPhone and favorite streaming services. Why not a speaker that can play it at the quality it deserves? You can Dolby quality sound on the go with the small but powerful Jabra Solemate Bluetooth speaker. It's on sale now in our Deals tab. Find out more after the jump.
[Advertorial] Your Mac is already capable of incredible things. But when you load it up with amazing apps that can handle even more tasks and make your life even easier, that's when your Mac truly begins to shine. Save tons of money and load up on the best Mac apps around with the latest offers in our Deals tab. Find out more after the jump.
[Advertorial] The iPhone is great on its own, but there's no harm in accessorizing. That's why we've put together some of the best accessories around that will help you get even more out of your already extremely powerful iOS device. You can get these great products on sale now in our Deals tab. Find out more after the jump.
As we draw ever closer to the release of Apple Watch, news continues to swirl around the long-awaited device, including reports on its associated operating system and how it will impact the Apple Store experience. In addition, the Steve Jobs movie has a release date, new details have emerged on the hotly anticipated Photos app, and Apple apparently has something in store involving automobiles. All that and more in this week's hottest Apple news!
Four former Apple Store employees are currently being indicted for fraudulently obtaining Apple gift cards worth $700,000 collectively, and the scary thing is that the Manhattan district attorney claims this kind of thing happens all the time. In other news, Apple wants you to update your Flash Player again.
Got an Apple, Mac, or iOS tech question? We've got the answer. This time in Ask, we'll tell you how to install Mac OS X on a brand-new hard drive, even if you don't have a functioning installation DVD (or an internet connection).
We've got a little something for the shutterbugs out there who want to do some tricks with their iPhone cameras, but we've also got games for a wide variety of interests this week. An expensive language app series gets a serious price drop and a pricey email app packed with tools gets a slightly smaller shave. And finally, you can answer the question: how long can you go without moving your phone? All that and more inside.
At last, the Photos for Mac OS X app is here! Well, it's in beta, at any rate. In other news, Apple's clearly up to something in the automobile industry, judging from the hefty bonuses the company is reportedly offering engineers who work at Tesla. Alas, it's not going exactly as planned. Elsewhere, Swatch claims it'll have a smartwatch ready in the next couple of months that will directly compete with Apple Watch.
Last week gave us a plethora of awesome games, and things aren’t letting up yet with titles like Game of Thrones: Episode 2, Transformers: Battle Tactics, and Evoland hitting the AppStore. Challenge yourself with the deceptively simple charms of The Hardest Flight and Sinking Feeling or relax with the interactive comic book appeal of The Detail. Want to save some piggies? Ammo Pigs is for you. Have a look.
Although iStat Menus is a favorite of many of the Mac|Life team, it’s fair to say it appeals to only a certain kind of user. If you don’t care about what’s going on inside your Mac, steer clear. But if you’re the sort of person who likes to keep an eye on your Mac’s performance, iStat Menus is the best monitoring utility we’ve seen.
[Advertorial] Your Mac is made to get work done, but sometimes you need a little helpfrom great apps. That's why there are productivity tools like Evernote, Pocket, Dropbox, Wunderlist, and LastPass to help make your life easier. You can get a year-long subscription to all these services for one low price right now in our Deals tab. Find out more after the jump.
Last week's deals were a bit more high end as we looked at all the 2.X+GHz models that packed a wallop on the processor end of things for discounted prices. This week, we get back to the lower prices and have all our refurb model Macs that you can grab for under a grand. So if you have a Mac yearning but have a budget that's tight, this week's for you!
[Advertorial] The Apple ecosystem is about to head to a new frontier: your wrist. The App Store has become packed with apps for iPhones and iPads, but the Apple Watch will be an opportunity for a fresh start. It's a new platform and will provide unique challenges, but you can bring your ideas to it with the help of the Mammoth Interactive Apple Watch App Builder Course. It's in sale in our latest Deal. Find out more after the jump.
Tim Cook and friends are no doubt celebrating over the latest report from Kantar Worldpanel, which states that iPhones have taken a greater share of the U.S. smartphone market than Android phones for the first time since 2012. Elsewhere, there's a strange car leased to Apple that's prowling the streets in and around San Francisco, and Universal Pictures finally announces a release day for Danny Boyle's Steve Jobs biopic.
Digital photography — particularly on your iPhone, iPod, or iPad — has many advantages over traditional film, but unfortunately, security isn’t really one of them. Unlike prints or negatives, digital images can be lost forever in a catastrophic hard drive failure, or even accidentally deleted with a few clicks of the mouse. Here are a few ways for Apple users to make sure those digital memories don’t vanish before their eyes.