While many of us grew up around cameras in some way, recent years have seen “taking pictures” transform into photography. Photos have become an odd kind of currency in a social media world. That being the case, some photos are more valuable than others. Anything that makes someone stop, look at your photo, and say
When Apple CEO Tim Cook took to the stage during the World Wide Developer Conference back in June, everyone was anxious to hear if Apple’s newest software build was going to contain as many features as had been touted in most Apple & Mac fan sites. The boss did not disappoint, as a lot of
While we’re lucky enough to live in an age where streaming content is usually readily available to anyone with access to an internet browser, there are plenty of times you’ll find yourself wishing that you could just access your favorite video and audio content when you’re not able to get online. For those times, there
The first time you get a parking ticket, you’ll probably feel an overwhelming sense of dread that stems from the fact that you’re not quite sure what kind of trouble you’re in or how you’re going to get out of it. However, experienced metro parkers know that parking tickets can be beaten if you’re willing
The introduction of both the iPhone 7 and the iPhone 7 Plus took us all by storm, especially after seeing that both gadgets no longer spot the 3.5 mm headphone jack that we’re all used to. Most took it as a bold move by the guys at Apple in trying to move us forward from
If you’re not thinking about privacy and security when you’re using your Apple devices, then you should be. For the same reason that you buy insurance, you should utilize security apps on your devices. Even if you never actually need them, the peace of mind they offer is priceless. From apps that help you avoid
Like all browsers, Safari on iOS is a multipurpose tool for using the Web. It has the usual run of features: search, tabs, bookmarks, reading list, and more. But what if you’re interested in visiting a few websites on a regular basis? You can save yourself some tapping–including the tap to open the Safari app
For years I had been trying to find a workout that can get me excited. Do I run? Sure, but begrudgingly. Luckily I gave spinning a try at a local studio and I haven’t looked back. I enjoyed it so much I bought the formal Peloton bike, but more on that later. If you have
These days there’s an app for pretty much anything, yet we’re still busier than ever. We’re constantly searching for better ways to keep ourselves focused, on-task, and organized so that we can get the most out of our day. Whether you want to build a new habit, coordinate a team at school or work, or
Picture this: You are in the supermarket, making your way up Aisle 4B. Then you see it, on a lower shelf, and you think to yourself, “Do we need flour?” Well, better to be on the safe side. So you grab the five-pound bag. And the scene repeats with the frozen pizza on Aisle 7A.
The iPhone 8 is probably Apple’s most anticipated phone since the original came out in 2007. It’s the iPhone‘s 10th birthday this year, and everyone’s been asking the question: what is the new iPhone going to be like? Well, in a massive leak by three alleged Foxconn employees, a thread on Reddit gave away tons of
If you enjoy the Magic Keyboard and own an iPad, you should take a look at Studio Neat’s Canopy case. Here Steven Aquino runs down its pros and cons from an accessibility standpoint.