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Apple today introduced the new iPod touch, which brings a faster processor and support for AR experiences, as well as Group FaceTime calls.
The smallest MacBook Pro may get the most active memory it has ever seen this year. Plus, a new look iPhone this September?
There are rumors that make us think of finally getting a new generation of iPod Touch devices and USB-C ports in this year's iPhones
iPhone X Edition sounds a little too elaborated, even pompous, for Apple's highly anticipated first OLED handset. But it's not to be ruled out.
This week on our show, we talk with Digital Trends's Julian Chokkattu about what we saw at the #HelloMotoWorld event. Also, more screens for Meizu!
You have a few moments to snag an iPod nano or shuffle as they have officially been discontinued from Apple. Or, get an iPod touch for cheaper.
Nintendo has lived up to its promise and has made Super Mario Run now available on the iOS App Store for both iPhone and iPad
Security updates aside, there are new iMessage screen effects, a TV app to kill the Videos app and a Preserve Camera setting.
It's September 13 and that means Apple has released iOS 10 out to the public. We suggest you sit it out and wait for the servers to clear out.
Find out which iPhones, iPads and iPod touches you will be able to get iOS 10 on and then see which apps you can delete to save more space on your device.
Companies are not in the business of losing money to those who steal their product ideas. But the path to patent protection in the process of profit gets dirty. Microsoft and Google have agreed to stop the mudslinging in some major disputes while Samsung and Apple might soon have to send lawyers up to Washington, D.C.
But the University of Wisconsin-Madison has a bone to pick with Cupertino and a court is now in the process of determining how big that bone will be.
Specifically, the Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation, which licenses innovations made on behalf of the [...]
Learn more about Apple's launch of iOS 9.0.2, as Cupertino clearly wants to address bugs in a more timely manner than in the past
Apple's got a new iPod touch arriving, picking up a higher-res camera and getting a much faster processor.
Learn more about a rumored iPod revamp happening tomorrow, though don't think that this is just about new color options, and specially with the iPod Touch.
Learn more about the future of the iPod, as we get some leaks that point to a refresh coming soon, even though it doesn't seem to be substantial.
Learn more about one of the new tricks behind iOS 9, which allows users to not have to worry about the amount of storage they have left.
Learn more about some new limitations that Apple is providing to developers with the launch of iOS 9, as it seems that Cupertino wants to phase out the old.
Watch our hands-on tour of Apple's new iOS 9, as it brings much more than what was announced at WWDC 2015 in the recent keynote
Learn more about Apple's push of iOS 8.4 Beta 4 to developers, as it seems that Cupertino is going to use this as the Apple Music launch platform.
Learn more about some of the security improvements that Apple is bringing to the table with iOS 9, as passwords need to get more complex it seems.
Could Apple finally be ready to introduce some new iPod touch hardware? Rumors suggest it could even keep the four-inch size.
Apple hasn’t been seeing its best times when it comes to its iPod line-up, and these changes were expected. Apple at some point admitted that it would be smarter to cannibalize the iPod itself by selling the iPhone, than to see another company do it. As a result, the company has seen terrible quarter results with its music player, and it’s only logical that it should work on ways to make it more attractive.
Today Apple has decided to ditch its entry-level front-facing 16GB iPod Touch, and to launch a regular 16GB iPod Touch that has all the bells and whistles, aside [...]
We're hearing word that Touch ID iPad models could be coming this year, as Apple expands biometric authentication to all iOS devices.