Tiny bluetooth earpieces are becoming very popular. I take a look at the GoNovate G8 earbud.
A decade of iOS. I look at my favourite features.
One of the biggest releases in iOS history, iOS 4 brought many new features, including FaceTime.
Apple’s iconic phone range is now ten years old. I look back at its launch, its impact, and its legacy.
In October 2001, Apple introduced the original 5 GB iPod with FireWire as its only data and charging port. Steve Jobs previewed the original iPhone in January 2007 – ten years ago and just over five years after iPod introduction. The iPhone shipped at the end of June 2007, and released the first iPod touch […]
I once used decade old Apple gear, slowly creeping to more modern kit. But I may again be heading toward the low end camp.
Shopping lists no longer have to be handwritten. Your smartphone can take over this role too.
I take a look at the EnerPlex Surfr battery case for the iPhone 5/5s with a built-in solar charger.
Pokemon Go officially requires iOS 8 and an iPhone 5/5c – but it does run on an iPhone 4s. I check it out.
Apples 2016 Worldwide Developer Conference has just finished – what does it mean for your iDevice and Mac?
Apple is expected to announce iOS 10 in the next few weeks at the WWDC – but what could it mean for existing iDevices?
Apple are well established in the smartphone market – but could the iPhone giant branch into the budget basic phone arena and put its own spin on it?
Not everyone needs a brand new iPhone, but which model you pick will depend on what you want to do with it.
I take a hands on look at the new ‘budget’ 4” special edition iPhone.
Being able to increase the storage on your iPhone has always been a big issue; should Apple think about doing it?
After finding out my original Juice Pack Plus was a fake, I look at a genuine one.
Juice Packs are popular with many iPhone users, but is your Mophie genuine or a fake?
After using a Juice Pack Helium and Air for my iPhone 5, I decided to check out the heavyweight Mophie in the iPhone 5/5s range.
When you buy an iPhone or iPad, Apple makes it pretty clear which operating systems support it, whether Mac OS X or Windows. They also tell you which version of iTunes is required. What they don’t tell you is that this can change with iOS updates, leaving you unable to sync your iPhone, iPad, or […]
From the first iPhone launched in 2007 with its 480 x 320 3.5″ display, ARM processor running at 412 MHz, and EDGE networking through today’s iPhone 6S and 6S Plus with their 750 x 1334 4.7″ and 1080 x 1920 5.5″ displays, dual-core 1.85 GHz A9 CPUs, and 4G LTE networking, we’ve seen a lot of […]
I have a long reputation of using a Mophie Juice Pack on my iPhone and review them frequently. But why do I love them?
Slightly bigger than the iPhone 6 Plus, the iPhone 6S Plus is the largest iPhone to date. It also weighs 0.7 oz. more than the 6S Plus.
Claiming that “the only thing that changed is everything”, Apple unveiled the iPhone 6S and 6S Plus on September 9, 2015. Well, not everything. The 2015 models look just like the 2014 iPhones at first glance, although there is a new rose gold color.
iOS 8 introduced yet another smart idea, called Medical ID, creating a quick access medical card for emergencies.
It would appear Apple have finally turned off Push Notifications for iPhone OS 3.
I have been singing the praises of whited00r for a long time – but it’s importance is greater than ever now.
Push notifications are a brilliant addition to the iPhone – but do they still work on OS 3 for you?