Life is too short to argue over operating systems. Does it really matter what you use as long as you are happy with it?
Use your smartphone to organise your shopping. Take a look at Listonic.
What happens when an iPad Air and iPad Air 2 have a baby? You get the new iPad. The new 9.7” iPad that Apple recently released is a product that I am happy Apple has released. Even though I don’t agree with many of Apple’s recent decisions (including the discontinuation of the 32 GB iPad mini), […]
Was iOS 8 a big update? Or was it just a refined iOS 7?
One of the greatest games ever created, Doom. I check out the iOS port.
Apples 2016 Worldwide Developer Conference has just finished – what does it mean for your iDevice and Mac?
Not everyone needs a brand new iPhone, but which model you pick will depend on what you want to do with it.
Being able to increase the storage on your iPhone has always been a big issue; should Apple think about doing it?
Pebble finally brings its new look watch OS to the original Pebble and Pebble Steel.
Do you like having a beer? Now you can use your smartphone to log your drinks and share them with other like-minded drinkers.
I take a look at the very popular cross platform messaging service, WhatsApp.
With any new OS, software support is going to let it down. Does Windows Phone still lag behind Android and iOS?
I have been singing the praises of whited00r for a long time – but it’s importance is greater than ever now.
The digital age means we live in a world of instant notifications for just about everything. But is it getting too much?
Dropbox for your mobile offers a superb over-the-air Photo Stream alternative for older iPhones, Androids, and other platforms.
I have a friend who has so far survived while living a smartphone- and tablet-free life. He is thinking of getting some small device to give him Internet access of the go. He quoted a mutual friend – an iPhone owner – who said that he got an iPad “because the apps are better”.
Looking ahead at what 2014 and 2015 could bring for iPhone and iOS users, here are my thoughts.
Sending files back and forth via Bluetooth has been common for over 10 years, but it has always been missing from the iPhone despite supporting Bluetooth for audio headsets. AirBlue offers a superb solution.
Are you new to jailbreaking? Should you crack open Apple’s wonderful iDevice operating system or leave it as Apple intended?
No matter how much of an Apple nerd you are, you can’t remember every detail about every Apple product – not even me. MacTracker to the rescue.
I love my iPhone 4, but how does it stack up against similar spec’d Android handsets. Sleek looks are very nice, but it’s performance that counts when in the real world.
Earlier this week, Apple changed its App Store policy to allow older versions to be downloaded. This policy has since been updated.
One the biggest gripes I have had with iOS devices is that you can only download the latest version of an app for the newest version of iOS. At last this seems to have changed.
Sometimes it is the simplest things in the tech world, that make things easier. This time it is the Reader feature of iOS Safari.
All I want to do is remotely control my old iPhone 3GS from my new iPhone 4S. It’s about 25′ away, hooked to a stereo, and used for iTunes and podcasts.
Following on from my previous article regarding How Long Will Apple Support Your Mac, this article looks at the support for iDevices.
After the somewhat shocking announcement that the iPhone 3GS, introduced in 2009, would be getting the latest iOS offering from Apple – that is iOS 6 in 2012 – I have been eagerly awaiting that day.