As you may have heard, the first iPhone 6 purchased from a retail store in Perth, Australia tumbled right out of its owner's hands this morning — but judging from the sheer number of drop tests being performed on Apple's latest smartphone, it's all good.
Last week's iOS 7.1.2 update introduced improvements for iBeacon, third-party accessories, and mail attachments, but apparently some international users are finding the patch also messed up their calendars.
Looking to buy a new Mac Pro? The Apple Online Store is now showing a more reasonable three to five week shipping estimate, which is a modest improvement over the previous four to five weeks. Either way, the pro-centric Mac seems like one of the hardest Apple products to nab, but thankfully you won't have to wait so long to get the latest and greatest news, which is just a click away...
Games, games, and more games. Whether your flavor runs toward physics, towards puzzles, or towards role playing or classic board games, we've got a taste of each for you. Plus, movie fans and those looking for some on the fly mp3 action are represented in this week's price drop apps. So fire up the App Store and get your downloading ready to go.
New Year, new you. That's the general shape of things mostly we hear these days. But we don't just want to focus on how you can be a better you, because we like you pretty well just the way you are. However, if you do have a hankering to make some improvements, we can hook you up.
Microsoft finds itself in something of a pickle when it comes to its tablet-centric Windows RT. Even as Nokia's latest TV commercial knocks the iPad (read on to find out more about that), Redmond weighs the notion of killing Windows RT altogether after discovering that consumers and OEMs alike instead favor having the full Windows 8 experience. Could RT wind up rolled into Windows Phone 8 instead? Time will tell...
It's not the first time iTunes chief Eddy Cue has stepped in to accept an honor on behalf of his former boss, but this time, the Apple senior VP gave an emotional speech about Steve Jobs at the same time.