The new iOS 9.2 lets iPhone users import photos directly from a USB source through Apple’s USB Camera Adapter. The data transferred is still going to operate at USB 2.0 speed, but having the choice to work on photos or videos shot on normal cameras is a nice feature for iPhone users. Read more
Apple has published its “2015 Best Of” for the App Store, iTunes and iBook Store. The top app of the year was awarded to Periscope, while Lara Croft GO was its Game of the Year.
Apple and the french audio company Devialet, are now in partnership. If you enjoy vibrant, powerful sounds, these high-end speakers may just fit the bill. Read more
According to publication site 9to5Mac, Apple is planning a media event in March of next year to showcase the Apple Watch 2 and the 4-inch iPhone 6c. Read more
As the list of retails who accept Apple Pay continues to grow, it may be hard to know exactly which stores let you pay using your iPhone or Apple Watch. Read more
Apple on Tuesday released a new Apple TV ad entitled “The Future of Television.” The new ad features test pattern bars that quickly disappear giving viewers a peek at TV shows and movies available on the device. Read more
After Apple posted iOS 9.2, the second major update to El Capitan and the latest update for the Apple Watch, the company released another update for the Apple TV. The new tvOS 9.1 comes with a build number of 13U85, and brings list of bug fixes.
The latest update for watchOS 2 has arrived. Like the previous updates that Apple seeded, watchOS 2.1 features a list of bug fixes. However, it also features new language support and new features. Read more
Apple on Tuesday released OS X 10.11.2. The latest software update holds a build number of 15C50, and is the second major update to El Capitan. Beyond improving stability, compatibility and security for the Mac, OS X 10.11.2 improves iCloud Photo Sharing for Live Photos and reliability of Wi-Fi networking, Handoff and AirDrop. Read more
Apple officially seeded the latest public edition of iOS 9.2 for iPhones, iPads and iPod Touch devices. The new update brings a list of bug fixes, Apple Music improvements, and other enhancements to any iOS device. iOS 9.2 is available to get as an over-the-air update and through iTunes.