They're out there, lurking online in places you go and places you don't. We're talking deals, people. Sure, you can hunt them down on your own, you can set up alerts, you can even put your favorite deal busting sites into your RSS feed, but since you come to Maclife.com every day for the lowdown, we thought we'd round up the best deals we've found this week and save you the trouble.
It was a week for updates, that's for sure. (Even the product above got updated, though this happened years ago over several iterations. Ahem.) This week saw people pushing out new versions of software everywhere we turned. We don't know what's in the pipelines, but we like it when our apps get great new tools and slick new features. It's pretty hot stuff, we don't mind telling you. And here's some of the other hot magic happening this week.
While CES is the ultimate showcase for brand new technology and innovative gadgets, it can become redundant. Throughout the labyrinth of booths, there are a myriad of copycats, all trying to garner interest in "the next big thing". The fact of the matter is that many of these things are not the best things to come out of the show floor. Read on and I'll tell you why.
Well, we did it guys. Reviews Editor Ray Aguilera and I sustained a few papercuts and risked dehydration to check out all of the gadgets showcased at the Las Vegas Convention Center and give you a glimpse at what's coming in 2012. And you love your iOS device, right? Surely your iPhone never leaves your side, and we know how you like to use the iPad for work and play, too. Beef up those iOS devices with these fabulous gadgets that work with them, including one that tracks your pet and a device that helps you monitor your blood glucose levels. Read on!
Cell phones aren't exactly ancient technology, though with every year it becomes harder and harder to remember what they were like before our beloved iPhones. The iPhone was released in 2007, but mobile phones have been around since the 70s and have made leaps and bounds since then. From the very first "brick" phone, to the first camera phones and smartphones, this gallery covers all the major milestones in mobile phone history.
There's no doubt that the iPhone is ubiquitos and has a multitude of features, but while there may be an app for everything, what about accessories? Plenty of third-party manufacturers have developed interesting-looking peripherals and add-ons for your iPhone. Some of them are helpful, and some of them seem pointless, but when they range from a telescope to a breathalyzer, it really is amazing how far technology has come. Read through for a look at some of the most outrageous, and interesting, tack on accessories for your iPhone.
We love spending quality time indoors with our gadgets, but sometimes we just want to take things outside. We're all for leaving the iPhone at home while out for a run, but these iOS and Mac gadgets just help you run faster, bike harder, and burn more calories all around. Best of all, they make fitness even more fun!
Accumulated too many Macs or iOS devices over the years and looking to unload them? While eBay is one way to go, Apple would prefer you send it to their own recycling program, which now allows you trade in those old products in exchange for an Apple Gift Card -- assuming it’s worth anything, that is.