Editor's Pick The iOS 7.03 update that Apple released today completely fixes Apple’s iPhone 5S sensor problems.
Apple updated iOS 7 today from 7.02 to 7.03, but the number of changes is vastly more than you would typically expect from a point update, with new features for security, the lock screen, search, iMessage, and much more.
You likely won’t be able to touch or taste Apple’s new iPad Air until it launches on Nov. 1, but you can view it from all imaginable angles, right here.
Almost no one’s seen it in person, handled, it, and played with it, but public reaction on Apple’s new iPad Air is massive and very positive. So, a bit surprisingly, is public sentiment around the new version of Apple’s OS X, Mavericks.
Navigating and biking at the same time can be challenging and unsafe, which is the problem Hammerhead is trying to solve. Its device mounts on your handlebars and gives you turn-by-turn directions using LED lights.
Apple just unveiled the stunning new thinner, lighter, and faster iPad Air, and already someone’s grabbed the 1080p video version of its three-minute commercial starring design guru Jony Ive.
Apple announced a stellar lineup of new products today, and we got our hands on them for a few brief, precious moments this morning. Here are our photos.
We’ve been waiting for Apple’s new tablet for for almost exactly one year, less a day. Today in San Francisco, Apple took the wraps off its newest entrant in the global sweepstakes for control of the lucrative and growing mobile market.
Apple’s new iPad Mini is here, and as expected it sports a high-resolution Retina Display.
Apple CEO Tim Cook announced this morning that two thirds of iPhones are running iOS 7 already. At least I think he did.
We’re covering Apple’s latest product announcements live from San Francisco, through rapid updates and a liveblog. Here’s the latest!
In the U.S. and Canada, there is, essentially, only one tablet. Unless you count the various models of iPad.
Guest Post Ever since Apple introduced the world to the iPad, connected viewers have flocked to these devices in droves, ushering in not only the post-PC era but perhaps the post-TV era as well.
While Nokia went big today with its latest Lumia announcements, it’s still paying attention to small and cheap phones with updates to its Asha lineup.
The rumors are true: Nokia’s next Windows devices are all about big, beautiful screens.
But so far, neither Intel nor Nvidia are backing the new standard being proposed by AMD.
Intuitive Motion, the maker of an electric skateboard you control by leaning forward and back, is making a version of its skateboard that looks an awful lot like the hoverboard Marty McFly rode in Back to the Future.
Apple’s iPad event is happening now, follow our live blog here!
A PR rep who is among the first Google Explorers has created a 3D-printed shade for Google Glass that makes it easier to read — and much less obvious to observers.
This giant spider bot is just for a demo. But you can buy the tiny critters in stores.
GoPro introduces its smaller, lighter, and more functional sports video camera.
A team from MIT has developed the “Copenhagen Wheel” that turns regular bikes into electric, connected bikes that are loaded with sensors and transmit a wealth of data. They launched a startup called Superpedestrian out of stealth mode today backed by $2.1 million in venture capital.
HP’s Joe Marenin shows how HP packs in a lot of computing into a small all-in-one computer.
When it was first released, Apple’s flashy flagship iPhone 5S outsold the cheaper plastic-bodied iPhone 5C by as much as 500 percent as early adopters rushed to get the latest and greatest. Now, that margin is down to just under 200 percent.
Former Apple developer relations employee Jamie Ryan says that Apple has been mocking up Microsoft Surface-style typable keyboards for iPads, and that the company could be releasing them tomorrow at its “Apple Event” in San Francisco.
The company did title the event “more to cover.”
It’s a familiar picture for the gadget world: Tablets are on the way up, while traditional PCs are on the decline, according to the latest data from the research firm Gartner.
VÜ makes charging easy as you can just drop it on the stand and it will start charging.
This gadget lets you answer your door with your smartphone and see who is there.
Small attachment adds fisheye,
wide-angle, and two macro (10x and 15x magnification) lenses to your iPhone or iPod Touch.
The Gun Box is meant to provide easy access without making it too easy for the wrong person to grab a gun.
Apple has the prototypical good-news, bad-news scenario on its hands, with soaring sales of its flagship iPhone 5S contrasting sharply with souring sales of its “for the colorful” iPhone 5C.
CEO Adriano Farano said Watchup for Google Glass will bring “the newscast to the age of wearable devices.” And make it easier to catch up on news while making espresso.
Peter Misek of Jefferies & Co says that Apple will be launching an iPad Mini at next week’s Apple Event in San Francisco, the “we still have a lot to cover” event.
While wireless charging has been around for a while now, it has yet to take off in any major way. Sony, however, might just change that.
Whoops! Someone over at Google sure has butterfingers. (Or more likely, Google is sneaky like a fox.)
There’s finally a fix for Apple’s faulty iPhone 5S sensors — provided by a tiny company that develops technology for iPhone developers who need accurate spatial orientation and movement data.
The shipments suggest that the consoles could be in plentiful supply in September.
This baseball-sized, camera-loaded device is great for quickly gathering intelligence when lives are at stake. But what about when it’s used by the enemy?
Advanced Micro Devices has the next generation of home video game consoles to thanks for the good news in its earning report.
Apple and Samsung don’t share a lot, although their patent lawyers might disagree. But the two leading smartphone manufacturers shared top honors in the latest J.D. Power customer satisfaction survey, released today.