In today's news, Apple might be preparing for another big media event showcasing the Apple Watch, judging by a request it recently sent a major developer. Elsewhere, Apple's stock hit yet another all-time high today, and on a more tragic note, long-running Apple blog TUAW will close as a result of recent cuts at AOL.
We've got a couple of dueling top-shelf calendar apps on sale this week, so pick your team and run with it if you want something that puts Apple's stock calendar app to shame. But wait, there's more! We've also got dueling price chops on to-do apps, note taking apps that let you write on the screen, and even competing maps of the constellations. It's an ultimate app price drop showdown this week, so to arms, to arms! And to the App Store!
[Advertorial] Your music can come with you anywhere thanks to your iPhone and great streaming services. But sometimes, when you really want to rock out, you need some speakers capable of broadcasting your tunes at top-quality. That's where the Boundless S3 Bluetooth Speaker comes in. It's on sale now in our Deals tab. Find out more after the jump.
Analysts and pundits are still realizing the larger implications of Apple's insanely profitable quarter, and new reports reveal how the Cupertino company has caught up with Samsung in a key race. In other news, there's a cool new wireless iPhone charging case in the works on Kickstarter.
Many of us saw lots of snow this past week, and it appears the weather also triggered an avalanche from the AppStore. This week’s batch of games features the iOS version of Fahrenheit: Indigo Prophecy as well as the first chapter in the episodic Sons of Anarchy: The Prospect. And you’ll definitely keep warm with puzzlers like Destructamundo and Yet it Moves. Just don’t forget to shovel the walkway in between gaming sessions.
We're gonna leave behind the MacBook Air line and the lower powered 1.4GHz processors and focus on just the more powerful models in the world of refurbed Macs. This week, we're all about speed and power and just crushing it. So let's get right into these big beautiful Macs — and we'll see what kind of a hook up we can give you in the accessory category too.
Tonality looks a lot like Intensify Pro but, in keeping with the monochrome tone, the entire interface is black and white, save for yellow highlights for selected tools and active banks of sliders. Like Intensify, it’ll happily edit JPEG and raw files with a 16-bit processing engine. Unlike its stablemate, however, the presets and sliders are geared towards one purpose. Open an image and it’s immediately rendered in black and white, the presets along the bottom of the interface showing thumbnails of the effects.
[Advertorial] There's no headphones that carry the same level of style and quality as Beats by Dre. Now that the brilliant brand of headphones are owned by Apple, you can get that amazing style and sound with the assurance of Apple's stamp of approval. And now, thanks to our Deals tab, you can enter to win a pair of your own in the Beats by Dre Giveaway. Find out more after the jump.
Everyone loves a Super Bowl party. You don’t have to know what a drop-back pass is to enjoy it — between the snacks, the halftime show, and commercials, sometimes it seems that actual game isn't all that important. But if you're the host, it can be a stressful as a fourth-and-one on the goal line. Thankfully, with your iPhone, you can use these 8 apps to make sure that you keep everyone entertained, whether they're there to see the Pats or Katy Perry.
According to Standard and Poor's, Apple made history yesterday when it released its quarterly earnings report as all those iPhone sales resulted in the most profitable quarter in history. Elsewhere, YouTube finally gives in and goes full HTML5, and Universal Pictures releases the final cast list for the Steve Jobs biopic.
Seven years after the original iPhone, mobile search remains a must-have feature. Although there are an expansive number of options available, one of the original third-party apps, first launched in 2008, continues to be at the top of its game with this latest version.
[Advertorial] There's nothing worse than a phone or tablet that is on it's last bit of battery. You want to use it, but you know you can't do any of the things that you really want to do for fear of draining it entirely too fast. What's worse is it always seems to happen when you're away from a charger. Never suffer through those tough times again with the ZeroLemon SolarJuice Battery Backup. It's on sale in our latest Deal. Find out more after the jump.
It's quarterly report day at Apple, which means it's time once again for us to drop our jaws at the record amounts of cash Apple is raking in. (And while they were at it, they dropped some info on the Apple Watch's release date!) If you're still bummed out about some lingering bugs in iOS, never fear — there's a patch for that.
There are nearly as many ways to save photos to the cloud as there are camera apps in the App Store, but which one is right for you? Figuring it out can be a pain, but don't worry; we're here to break down the core features of eight of the top cloud-storage photo services (and warn you of any caveats to be aware of) including Adobe Revel, Shutter, Flickr, and more — and then decide which one is the best.