12 Tips to Get the Most Out of Your iPhone on iOS 11
Your iPhone can do more than you know. With these iOS tricks, you’ll increase your battery life, get access to exclusive apps, connect your phone to a surround-sound system, and figure out who’s calling by the way it vibrates.
Let a 'Human Uber' Live Your Life So You Don't Have To
The future is here, and so are strangers in iPad masks pretending to be you.
Turning Off Wi-Fi and Bluetooth in iOS 11's Control Center Doesn’t Actually Turn Off Wi-Fi or Bluetooth
And it’s a feature, not a bug.
Next Game from the Developers of ‘Journey’ Is Exclusive to Apple (For Now)
‘Sky’ is a “romantic, social” game that you can play with a single finger.
Apple is trying to prove it’s more than just iPhone sales
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Apple Has Been Struggling with the Stylus for 20 Years
Nearly 20 years before Apple popularized the tablet computer, it created a series of prototype devices that in some ways operate closer to the modern-day iPad Pro than the machine it actually released in 2010.
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Apple's WWDC, Distilled
It took over two hours for Apple to go through six big announcements. We can break it down for you in a fraction of the time.
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Watch This Dolphin Use a Giant Touchscreen
Dolphins are tapping an eight-foot-tall touchscreen underwater.
Apple promises to stop mining minerals to make iPhones — it just isn’t sure how yet
Mini-Mirages Emerge in an Augmented Reality Art Exhibition
Adrien M and Claire B’s latest series of installations basically looks like Harry Potter magic come to life.
Seniors Are Fighting Aliens in a Video Game to Deal With Depression
Video Games could be a powerful treatment for depression in the future.
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How Microsoldering Expert Jessa Jones Repairs Unfixable iPhones
With a background in molecular genetics, the head of iPad Rehab leads a team of mostly women who fix severely damaged iPhones and iPads, even without manufacturer support.