September is finally here, which means plenty of change is afoot. The summer is effectively over, children and college students are going back to school, and Apple’s new iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus are about to be unveiled and then released. Of course, some things never change and you can count on us to show you the best paid iPhone and iPad apps on sale for free each day. More →
Plenty of people are complaining about Apple’s rumored decision to remove the headphone jack from the iPhone 7 even before the device is announced. And there’s no question at all that the complaining will continue after the new iPhones debut next week. But the move makes perfect sense to anyone who has been following Apple’s iPhone closely. Now, a new Apple innovation further reinforces the idea that we should be extremely excited to see the 3.5mm headphone jack go away. More →
Time was, companies big and small were scrambling to launch new social networks. Back when people still talked with a straight face about dislodging Facebook from its spot atop the social food chain, and as a result we got everything from Ello to Google+ that promised us better experiences — better, of course, in comparison to a certain familiar blue app.
Never mind how that did or didn’t work out. The mad dash, these days, is for a much narrower prize. From Facebook to Snapchat to much smaller and lesser known entrants, the latest social gold rush is the battle to own user messaging. “Messaging apps are now bigger than social networks,” announced a Business Insider headline from earlier this summer. That’s the backdrop against which Apple is reportedly going to give social another go via a social app focused around the camera which it may have in the works.
And it’s why Yubl, a startup from the UK which launched earlier this year, is racing to add new features to its messaging app of the same name — and to bring it to a growing number of countries, including the U.S. in 2017. More →
The countdown is on, Apple fans — we’re exactly one week away from seeing Apple’s new iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus get official. Get ready for your new iPhones and all that new storage capacity by filling up on a whole bunch of paid iPhone and iPad apps on sale for free. Today’s list has several great games and handy apps, and it also has a sinister app that will let you drop Pokemon onto any screenshot so you can trick your friends into thinking you found a rare character in Pokemon Go. So mean, but so good… More →
There are still several free downloads left in yesterday’s post on paid iPhone and iPad apps on sale for free, but that won’t stop us from putting a fresh new list together for you today. We’ve got 11 iOS apps in total for you on Tuesday’s list, and you’ll find them all laid out below. Remember though, these sales could end at any time. More →
Next week is when Apple is expected to unveil its new iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus, which are rumors to come with twice the storage of the company’s current iPhones. That means up to 256GB of space just waiting to be filled with apps, and we’ll help you on your quest to fill all that extra space with today’s list of 10 paid iPhone and iPad apps on sale for free for a limited time. More →
A closer look at the NSO Group, the organization behind the most advanced iPhone spyware ever released
Late last week, security researchers uncovered what may very well be the most advanced mobile hacking tool we’ve seen to date. Dubbed Pegasus, and created by a relatively unknown Israeli company called the NSO Group, the software in question utilized three previously undisclosed iOS zero-day exploits that, in unison, managed to completely take over and surreptitiously spy on a targeted iPhone.
Happy Friday! You’ve got one more chance to grab a handful of paid iPhone and iPad apps on sale for free before the weekend rolls around, so you’d better not waste it. We’ve got plenty of solid options on today’s list, and you’ll find them all below. More →
Okay seriously, this is getting a little bit ridiculous now. Apple used to stick to a two-week release schedule for its iOS beta software, but the company just released iOS 10 beta 8 and iOS 10 public beta 7 because… well… why not? iOS 10 beta 7 and public beta 6 were released just seven days ago, so we were clearly due for new builds. More →
Being one of the most desirable items on the planet, it’s no wonder that the iPhone is often the target of theft. Apple has done an admirable job of battling back against thieves with tools such as Find My iPhone and giving iPhone owners the ability to wipe their devices remotely when they are lost or stolen.
But the future of iPhone security could be far more impressive.
The iPhone 7 won’t be released for two weeks yet, but it’s already been ruined. Goldgenie, the Pimp My Ride of the smartphone world, has announced its plans for the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus. Thanks to leaks, everyone in this world already has a very good idea what the iPhone 7 will look like, so it was reasonably simple for Goldgenie to take a rendering, and add bling until blinded.
Want to manage your budget, fix your wallpapers and build a 3D city on your phone without spending a penny? You’re in luck! You can do all of those things and more with today’s selection of free iPhone and iPad apps. And if that’s not enough, you can probably find a few more free apps from yesterday’s post as well, but you’ll have to act fast, as the sales could end at any time.
With less than two weeks to go until the iPhone 7 unveiling, Apple has released another update for iOS 9, and this is one you’re going to want to download as soon as you possibly can. According to The New York Times, Apple discovered that NSO Group, an intelligence gathering firm out of Israel, was taking advantage of multiple vulnerabilities that allowed them to read texts and emails, track calls, record audio, collect passwords and even track a user’s location. More →