In the recently held WWDC 2016, Apple announced the much-awaited iOS 10 with all these amazing new features that had us going “Wow!” “Whoa!” and “Woohoo!”. If you haven’t yet heard how your iPhone and iPad experience is going to change in the coming months, here’s our post discussing them:
Woah! That was one jam packed event!
Gone are the days when WWDC keynote used to be a nerdy OS X event. This year we got not one, not two, but four OS releases! No wonder it took Tim Cook & team two hours to run through all the updates. Read more
Well, well, well … our wait is over! iOS 10 is here and it is definitely kick-ass. I don’t remember being this excited about an OS update in a long time. And why not! There are so many reasons to go zippety-doo-dah. Even Craig Federighi (better known as Hair Force One) said that this was the ‘biggest iOS release ever for our users’. Read more
In all the recent hullaballoo about iOS 10, macOS, and to a large part, the upcoming iPhone 7, we forgot to give you guys something that you really look forward to: Tips and Tricks! So we’re back with a help guide and this time, it’s about how to improve your iPhone battery life. Read more
The WWDC 2016 is just around the corner, and we can barely sit still with excitement. Since WWDC deals primarily with software, it’s usually the most guarded Apple event of the year, and one that promises to be full of surprises. Read more
Welcome to Apple Product Names Trivia Night! Where the rules are all made up and the points don’t matter!
Question: There are four people in a room. Each of them has an iPhone. How many iPhones are there in all?
Apple has formally confirmed that its March event will be held on Monday the 21st.
The confirmation came in the form of Apple updating the official “Apple Events” page on its website last night. Earlier yesterday, Apple also sent out invites to various members of the Press. The invitations read “Let us loop you in”. Like always there must be some hidden meaning behind this tagline. Our best guess is that Apple is going to ‘loop in’ people who want smaller iPhones and iPad Pros.
Contrary to popular expectations, this March event by Apple will not be seeing a new iPad Air. Instead, we’ll get to look a brand new 9.7 inch iPad Pro!! Read more
Battery life is the biggest concern of every smartphone user today. With the whole world fighting tooth and nail to fit into your palm, the poor battery within your phone is the one that ends up paying the price. Read more
To the surprise of many Apple loyalists and tech experts, iPad Air didn’t get an upgrade at the September event last year. Apple is finally setting the record straight by launching next version of its most popular tablet at an event in March 2016! Read more