While we took a break from telling you about free iPhone apps to cover Microsoft’s big event on Tuesday, we’re back with an impressive new list of eight terrific paid iPhone apps that are completely free to download right now. Normally these apps would cost a total of $34 but you can get them all for nothing if you act fast. Let’s check them out below! More →
Apple purchased one more company that will help it bring more intelligent features to its iPhone and iPad in the future, after confirming last week it bought British start-up VocalIQ that might help it boost the powers of Siri. The new acquisition will also likely be used to expand further the iPhone’s smart feature, with a massive trick. Unlike Google, which needs access to a treasure trove of personal data to enable cool Google Now and other automated features, Apple might not require access to that much information about the user. More →
Researchers unearth scary new iOS malware, but Apple says it won’t affect devices with iOS 8.4 or later
Gone are the days when iOS malware reports were a rare thing. Following a wave of malware attacks on the iPhone and iPad – including a massive App Store hack and an Apple ID theft operation – a new security report reveals there’s dangerous malware in the wild that can harm any iPhone, iPad or iPod touch regardless of whether they’re jailbroken or not. More →
Apple’s new iPhone 6s models have been out for a week now, and thankfully, we haven’t yet seen any type of ‘-gate’ scandal rear its ugly head. At the same time, that’s not to say that some users haven’t been experiencing some frustrating usability issues here and there.
As we’ve been detailing over the past couple days, some of the more common iPhone 6s issues to arise include exceedingly hot Touch ID sensors, 3D Touch quirks, and in some instances, phones that randomly turn off for no apparent reason.
We’ve all heard stories about dolphins helping out humans in distress before but this is the first time we can recall seeing a dolphin rescue a distressed gadget. A video posted by WORLD NEWS HD shows a dolphin swimming to the surface of the water with an iPhone in its mouth that it then hands back to the woman who accidentally dropped into the ocean moments before. More →
You made it, BGR readers: your workday is more than halfway over and it’s almost time to start enjoying the weekend. Before you go off to party though, there’s some business you have to attend to. After all, these nine nifty paid iPhone and iPad apps on sale for free aren’t going to download themselves.
More than one rumor has claimed in the past that Apple is preparing to launch its own mobile virtual network (MVNO) of the kind that Google is already toying with in the USA. Apple denied those reports, but there’s circumstantial evidence proving that company’s interest in this particular area. In fact, Apple’s senior vice-president Eddy Cue seems to have dropped another clue pointing to such an initiative. More →
Facebook announced on Wednesday that it’s making some significant changes to its mobile apps, most of them concerning your personal profile. For the first time, the company will let people use videos instead of profile pictures on iPhone and Android, to give them an even better way to show off their online identities. The new features are currently being tested by a number of users in the U.K. and California, and will be rolled out to all Facebook mobile users in the near future. More →
We have something to tell you and we really hope you’re sitting down: it’s already the fourth quarter. It seems like just yesterday we were celebrating the new year, and now the new year is almost over. But don’t worry, there are still plenty of paid iPhone and iPad apps on sale for free to be enjoyed before 2016 rolls around.
Today, we’ve got 10 premium apps for you that are all on sale for free for a limited time — and definitely check out yesterday’s post as well, where you’ll find a few more freebies that haven’t yet expired. More →
Last month, we were one of the first sites to tell you about a serious security flaw in iOS that allowed anyone to quickly and easily access your contacts, photos and more without having to know your PIN. The flaw involved entering an incorrect PIN several times and then triggering Siri, which then opened up the door to a wealth of private data. Some Apple fans tried to downplay the flaw, but it looks like Apple fully understood just how severe it was, because the company has addressed it in a brand new version of iOS. More →
Apple’s new iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus were released less than a week ago and more than 13 million people took delivery of a new iPhone by the end of the day this past Sunday. That’s a whole lot of iPhones. While everyone is hyper-focused on what’s new in Apple’s latest iPhones — check out our iPhone 6s review for everything you need to know — there are also some people who are feeling a bit nostalgic. One person posted a YouTube video about the differences between using the original iPhone and the new iPhone 6s, for example.
Here’s another little morsel to make you feel nostalgic: More →
Samsung might be the only company to have a gorgeous flagship phone with a curved display right now, but that might not be the case in the future. The company’s main rival is also interested in such designs, as Apple has received a new patent that proves a curved iPhone may be closer than we think. More →