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  • Top 5 Time-Saving Apple Watch Tricks

    5:00pm By Justin McGee
    The Apple Watch truly sets a new standard for wearable technology, both in form and function. This watch was designed to look great on your arm, but it was also designed to save you time. When you have your Apple Watch strapped to your wrist, you minimize the…
  • How to Disable Automatic Renewal in Apple Music

    10:00am By Kraig Becker
    It is hard to believe, but Apple Music has been streaming songs for a month already. During that time, the service has been much maligned, with critics, many of whom say that it has a long way to go before it catches up with competitors like Spotify. Still,…
  • Patent for “Inverted Ear Tips” May Point to Apple Wireless Earbuds

    8:00am By Noemi Tasarra-Twigg
    I wish! Seriously. People who run, jog, or work out at the gym know all too well how the default Apple earbuds suck for these activities. They don’t fit comfortably. They are more prone to falling out. The cable gets annoying. While there may be other brands…
  • Classic Leather Apple Watch Band by Pad & Quill

    Tue 10:00am By Noemi Tasarra-Twigg
    Pad and Quill has gained quite a following thanks to its high-quality selection of Apple accessories. From bags to iPad cases to iPhone cases to MacBook cases, the company has not failed to roll out products that make you say “Want!”. Naturally, they’re…
  • 6 iPhone Apps for Home Maintenance

    Tue 8:15am By Apple Gazette
    Editor’s Note: This post was written by Bryn Huntpalmer, a mother of two young children living in Austin, Texas where she currently works as an Editor for Modernize and nurtures her HGTV obsession. In addition to regularly contributing to Home Decor and…
  • Why Apple’s New iPhone Ads Miss the Mark

    Mon 5:00pm By Justin McGee
    Just a little ahead of the potential announcement of the rumored iPhone 6S, Apple’s new “if it’s not an iPhone” advertisements represent the company’s newest sales pitch for its smartphones: an iPhone is distinct from every other smartphone on the…
  • The Apple Watch is at its Best While Traveling

    Mon 10:00am By Kraig Becker
      There is no denying that the Apple Watch has had a dramatic impact on the daily lives of early adopters. Not only does it conveniently put notifications, emails, and text messages right on our wrists, it is also is a great fitness tracker, a wonderful way…
  • This iPhone Charging Cable Also Gives Additional Storage

    Mon 8:00am By Noemi Tasarra-Twigg
    While the iPhone is the best phone in our book, not having enough storage has always been a slight issue, and because Apple hasn’t provided a slot for additional storage, users don’t have many options – the main one is to purchase a model with bigger…
  • Why Apple Is Still Making iPods

    Fri 4:00pm By Justin McGee
    In 2001, the iPod was absolutely revolutionary. Yes, there were other kinds of MP3 players, but the iPod was the first MP3 player that really captured the hearts and minds of the music-loving market. What made the iPod an absolute must-have device? Perhaps it…
  • Why All Signs Point to Apple Working on a Car

    Fri 10:00am By Kraig Becker
    There has been a lot of speculation lately about what Apple’s next big product could possibly be. There are rumblings of a new Apple TV being in the works of course, and a streaming television service too. We all know that there will be new iPhones, iPads,…
  • Did You Know Siri Can Sing?

    Fri 8:15am By Noemi Tasarra-Twigg
    In case you missed it, we featured this website called Covers by Siri some time back, and while the idea is pretty cool, the limited choices can be quite disappointing. But, did you know Siri can sing for real? Ask her nicely, and you’ll have your favorite…
  • BLADE App Takes Private Transport Services to a Whole New Level

    Jul 23, 2015, 8:30 am By Noemi Tasarra-Twigg
    Need a ride for a leisurely trip and can’t bear the thought of fighting through city traffic? Or maybe your destination is such that a car just won’t do. Well, there is a service for that – with an accompanying app, of course. BLADE is the first…
  • Is Apple’s Ecosystem Its Secret Weapon?

    Jul 22, 2015, 6:00 pm By Justin McGee
    When iOS 8 and OS X Yosemite became available for Apple users, Continuity, Apple’s seamless connection of all your Apple devices, was one the company’s biggest selling points. Suddenly, your iPhone, iPad and your Mac started to feel like one device, rather…
  • Survey Says Apple Watch Owners Love Their Wearable

    Jul 22, 2015, 10:00 am By Kraig Becker
    It may be hard to believe, but the Apple Watch has only been available to consumers for about three months. That means that the device is really still in its infancy, with watchOS and the app ecosystem still lacking in a number of ways. That said, three…
  • No iPad Air? Why We Should Rethink Apple’s Refresh Cycle

    Jul 20, 2015, 2:00 pm By Justin McGee
    Apple’s annual release of its new iPhones and iPads is a moment of celebration for every Apple fangirl and fanboy out there. The releases come but once a year (except for that one time), and every year we hope that Apple will wow us again, but have Apple’s…
  • 6 Great Apple Watch Tricks

    Jul 20, 2015, 10:00 am By Kraig Becker
    The Apple Watch has been available for a couple of months now, and more and more people are getting their hands on the wearable gadget with each passing day. As with most of Apple’s devices, the Watch has plenty of great features and functionality that can…
  • Walk for a Dog App Will Make You Feel Good In More Ways Than One

    Jul 20, 2015, 8:00 am By Noemi Tasarra-Twigg
    Dog lovers, here’s one app that you will want to install. When you install the Walk for a Dog app on your phone, all you need to do is make sure you have your phone when you go out with your canine friend(s). Not that there’s really much of a danger…
  • Do We Still Need iTunes?

    Jul 17, 2015, 6:00 pm By Justin McGee
    In the past, advances in sound recording have not only changed the way we listen to music but also the way we consume it. Now that we’re firmly in the era of digital music streaming, what is the purpose of our physical media? Or even our iTunes library? The…
  • The iPod Isn’t Dead Just Yet

    Jul 17, 2015, 10:00 am By Kraig Becker
    It seems reports of the demise of the iPod have been greatly exaggerated. In recent years the iconic music player, which was once Apple’s flagship product, has taken a backseat to the iPhone in terms of sales and popularity. In fact, there has even been…
  • 5 Paid iOS Apps Gone Free, July 17, 2015

    Jul 17, 2015, 8:30 am By Noemi Tasarra-Twigg
    Another week has gone by so quickly, and you’ve probably busted your butt every single day. 😉 What are you going to do with all your free time this weekend? Your friends and family might ask you to go out and enjoy the weather, but why do that when you…
  • iPhone 6 or 6 Plus? Stats Say Users Are Going Bigger

    Jul 16, 2015, 8:00 am By Noemi Tasarra-Twigg
    Users upgrading from the iPhone 5/5C/5S to the “sixes” are faced with that one important question: the iPhone 6 or 6 Plus? On the one hand, we have the iPhone 6 which is already a big step from the perfect iPhone 5 (IMHO). On the other hand, the iPhone 6…
  • Why Apple Needs Fitbit (For Now)

    Jul 15, 2015, 5:00 pm By Justin McGee
    A few weeks ago, my best friend drove down to spend the weekend with my wife and me. He and my wife have Fitbits, and they keep up with one another’s progress through the Fitbit app on their iPhones. As we walked around town that weekend, they were hitting…
  • How to Turn Off and Restart Your Apple Watch

    Jul 15, 2015, 10:00 am By Kraig Becker
    The Apple Watch is a unique device to be sure. Not only does it put a wide array of notifications, updates, and information on your wrist, but it is also an always-on health tracker that is constantly monitoring your movement, checking your heart rate, and…
  • Must-Watch Short Film: “The Life and Death of an iPhone”

    Jul 15, 2015, 8:00 am By Noemi Tasarra-Twigg
    Your initial thoughts may turn to the first day you got your iPhone to the day it finally died on you – if you have ever reached that point. There is a degree of accuracy in that, but in this case, it’s all about the iPhone and how it lives its life. Who…
  • Go Old-School Cinematic Camera with the Lumenati CS1 Smartcase

    Jul 14, 2015, 8:00 am By Noemi Tasarra-Twigg
    Old-school is cool. People from older generations miss the ‘good old times’. Younger generations think vintage is cool. When it comes to phones and cameras, today’s gadgets are certainly as far from old-school as you can get, but that doesn’t mean the…
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