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Review: The absolutely optional Apple Watch and Watch OS 1.0

41 minutes agoTechnology / Apple : Infinite Loop

A pragmatist's guide to a nice but eminently optional gadget.

A new curved glass iPhone 6 screen protector seeks funding

6 hours agoTechnology / Apple : Apple Tell

Corning Gorilla Glass protection across the entire screen of your iPhone 6. The post A new curved glass iPhone 6 screen protector seeks funding appeared first on AppleTell.

How to transfer music to Apple Watch and listen without your iPhone

The Apple Watch relies on the iPhone for much of its functionality. With storage capacities ranging up to 128GB, that’s a lot of music, all accessible with a flick of the wrist or by asking Siri. If you’re going for a run or to the gym, sometimes you might not want to carry your iPhone. Show More Summary

This week on AppleInsider: Apple's blockbuster Q2, 'tattoo-gate,' Apple Watch review, more

The week began with a financial bang, as Apple published the results of its record-breaking second quarter, but later saw controversies swirl with Apple Watch production obstacles and problems for wearers with tattoos. AppleInsider meanwhile reviewed the device, finding it attractive but saddled with some flaws.

This is what new Star Wars droid BB-8 would look like in space gray

With its roly-poly looks and infectious personality, new droid BB-8 looks primed to be a real scene-stealer when Star Wars: The Force Awakens hits theaters at the end of the year. And now we know what the ballsy little bot … Read mo...

Samsung Galaxy S6 suffering from a major memory problem

Oh, Samsung, can you ever catch a break? Despite its new Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge receiving positive reviews, Samsung has admitted that some users of both handsets are experiencing serious memory issues — resulting in their devices running slowly, … Read more ›

Review: AAXA’s ST200 LED Pico Projector beams bright, color-accurate HD video from an Apple TV-sized box

2 hours agoTechnology / Apple : 9 to 5 Mac

Even though I’ve had a fair bit of experience with video projectors, I took Celluon’s PicoPro somewhat for granted when I reviewed it this January. I praised the pocket-sized projector, which squeezed a 720p laser video display and speaker into the footprint of an iPhone 6 Plus, but I didn’t triple-underscore how much easier it was to use than most of […]

5 speakers and headphones to suit your audio needs [Deals]

Audiophiles, we’re about to make your day. We’ve put together some of the best speakers and headphones out there—and they’re all available at huge discounts over at Cult of Mac Deals. Check out Cult of Mac’s full collection of audio … Read more ›

Apple's 12.9" iPad will feature Bluetooth stylus, Force Touch, NFC & more, source says

Apple is indeed working on a larger iPad which will feature a number of changes, including an all-new Bluetooth stylus accessory with pressure sensitivity, support for Force Touch input, and a USB-C connector, AppleInsider has learn...

Samsung rips off an Apple ad to show us how the S6 edge is made

Wondering how Samsung makes the Galaxy S6 edge’s curved glass display? Wonder no more, because the South Korean company reveals all in a brand new S6 edge ad that seems all too familiar to Apple fans. If you close your eyes … Read more ›

Apple lawsuit wrap-up for April 2015

17 hours agoTechnology / Apple : Apple Tell

Art that can't be named, Rob Gronkowski porn, and car wrecks that haven't even happened yet. The post Apple lawsuit wrap-up for April 2015 appeared first on AppleTell.

It’s not just curmudgeons like me who aren’t buying the Apple Watch

23 hours agoTechnology / Apple : Apple Tell

I still have my doubts about the Apple Watch ever being more than a modest success. The post It’s not just curmudgeons like me who aren’t buying the Apple Watch appeared first on AppleTell.

Banjo-Kazooie successor opens Kickstarter campaign, melts faces

23 hours agoTechnology / Apple : Apple Tell

Yooka-Laylee, spiritual successor to Banjo-Kazooie, is funded in 40 mins! The post Banjo-Kazooie successor opens Kickstarter campaign, melts faces appeared first on AppleTell.

What would it take to take Apple private?

Die-hard Apple fans have long suggested that the company might be better off without the scrutiny that comes with being publicly traded. On the heels of another record-breaking quarter, AppleInsider took a look at what going private might mean for the computing juggernaut.

Review: OWC’s Envoy Pro mini hides a MacBook-like SSD inside a USB 3.0 flash drive

Across the How-To guides I’ve written for adding solid state drives (SSDs) to iMacs, Mac Pros, Mac minis and MacBooks, there was one option I left out: thumb drives. While external SSDs such as Elgato’s Thunderbolt Drives and Samsung’s T1 can do two things — dramatically speed up Macs and add storage space — thumb […]

Play ball: T-Mobile offers customers free MLB At Bat premium subscription

The Apple Watch is perfect for keeping you updated during long professional baseball games as you go about your daily life. T-Mobile customers get the $20 premium version of MLB At Bat for free.

Best deals of April: Save 94% on the 2015 Learn To Code Bundle & more [Deals]

Save big on top-selling gear and services every day at Cult of Mac Deals. This month’s top sellers include the ultimate Learn To Code Bundle, Ring™ Video Doorbell, the Hand Stylus, and more. Keep reading to see April’s best deals, … Read more ›

The trouble with Apple Watch’s fitness tracker

Apple’s approach to fitness is all about cardio and burning calories. That’s great if you’re into running or cycling. But for other kinds of exercise, like bodybuilding or yoga, it’s not relevant at all. And if you want to lose … Read more ›

Top iOS news of the week: Big downloads Office, huge revenues, and more

In iOS news this week big numbers dominated with Apple's latest quarterly results, Microsoft Office has a big number of downloads on iOS and Android, and lots of apps available for Apple Watch at launch.

Recommended Reading: Can Apple avoid a fate similar to IBM?

Recommended Reading highlights the best long-form writing on technology and more in print and on the web. Some weeks, you'll also find short reviews of books that we think are worth your time. We hope you enjoy the read. Apple Won't Always Rule. Show More Summary

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