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Apple iOS news, trends, analysis, practical advice and video
Apple Watch, health insurance and the future of work
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These apps give you power at a glance
Apple’s open sourced Swift could change everything
In future, Android apps could be made with Apple's Swift development language as company defines the digital era.
How to fix iPad Pro that is unresponsive after charging?
Is Google murdering Google+ with poor UI design?
The new Google+ is almost unusable, critics claim.
Apple acknowledges mysterious iPad Pro shutdowns, offers no fix yet
For now, Pro owners are advised to force restart their tablets to unfreeze them.
Is Apple preparing to take $8B from Google?
Apple may hit Google with an $8 billion charge on its profits, as the analysts at CCS Insight predict the company will replace Google search with Bing as the default search engine on Apple products by the end of 2017.
How to turn on the AssistiveTouch feature on iPhone 5?
The minimalist’s guide to the Apple Pencil
Here's everything you need to know about the Apple Pencil for iPad Pro.
Feds fund encryption apps that could cloak terrorists
U.S. government funds have recently been used to support the creation and maintenance of commercially available smartphone encryption apps -- the same kinds of apps thought to be used by terrorists.
7 iPad Pro apps to illustrate its productive potential
These apps provide a great insight into the potential for Apple’s new iPad Pro platform.
How do I activate a secondhand iPod 5 with unknown email and password of previous owner?
Paris attacks demand 'wake-up call' on smartphone encryption
Deadly terrorist attacks on Friday in Paris, apparently planned by ISIS, have ignited a new round of concerns over smartphone encryption.
Apple CEO rejects notion of iOS-powered laptops
Apple CEO Tim Cook has again rejected the idea of following in the footsteps of rival Microsoft and building a laptop that runs Apple's iOS.
iPad Pro: It's not an iPod, but that's OK
If computers became bicycles for the mind, then iPad Pro is the paper to plan your journey on
First impressions: The iPad Pro is 'wicked fast'
The iPad Pro is the biggest thing to happen to Apple's iPad lineup. Yes, that’s a pun, but it's also true.
Apple's P2P mobile payment service would 'create a shockwave' in the industry
If Apple creates a mobile person-to-person payment service as recently reported, it could rock the banking and payments world as never before, some analysts believe.
Apple Pay: Apple's secret weapon for emerging economies
Person-to-person Apple Pay payments will widen Apple’s appeal in emerging economies
Firefox finally fires up on the iPhone
Mozilla on Thursday launched Firefox for iOS, making the browser it long resisted coding available for iPhones and iPads.
Apple iPad Pro: Release date and reviews and general foolishness. Oh, my! [u2]
The Apple iPad Pro is released, and the reviews are in. It’s a mixed bag, as usual, but there’s definitely a lingering confusion about whom and what this thing is for...
Hands on: The iPad Pro -- It's a laptop! It's a tablet!
With the arrival this week of the iPad Pro, Apple launches a salvo in the hybrid, 2-in-1 wars. It's clearly a great tablet, but will it replace a laptop?
Apple's iOS just became a secure SharePoint client for enterprise IT
This is a sea change in enterprise IT, and the old excuses of technological or application incompatibility are losing power.
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