I was reading about the new features to expect in Apple's new iOS 8. In the comments below the article there were a glut of Apple bashing comments, and I couldn't help but wonder if it really mattered at all?
Last week Apple announced the biggest thing to ever happen to the iPhone. Apple's high-end smart phone is now available with bigger screens. When the iPhone arrives at retailers this Friday (Sept. 19), will you be upgrading?
Today's the day Apple finally announces the new iPhone . . . so we can all finally breathe again, and for a moment all will be right with the world.
There really shouldn't be that may surprises. There's been enough reasonably credible information leaked that we all pretty much know that Apple will likely be releasing a larger device (two of them) and there's been much discussion about a wrist ver
When most major cell phone companies announced the end of "unlimited" data plans I was concerned about living under a limited cap--with the possibility of overages and additional fees. But I endeavored to find out how much data I really needed and was surprised by the findings.
Invitations have been issued to members of the media proclaiming Sept. 9th as the date for a big new announcement from Apple.
According to CNN, the event will take place right in Apple's backyard at the 2,400-seat Flint Center for the Performing Arts in Cupertino, California...