Bigger iPhone Screens Fail to Convert Android Fans, Study Shows

Apple finally caught up to inflating Android screen sizes with the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, but that may not have been enough to win over Google’s user base. A new survey from Consumer Intelligence Research Partners (CIRP) reveals that the ratio of people switching to the iPhone from a competing smartphone this season actually […]

Apple and Barclays Launch a Visa Rewards Card with Apple Store Credit

Apple and Barclays are teaming up again for a new Visa rewards cards. Unlike previous cards that offered iTunes rewards, this one will help you pay for Apple Store purchases while also adding Chip-and-PIN support and new financing options. Once you apply for a card you should hear back almost instantly from Barclays, and if […]

Skype For iPhone Gets Big Update With Faster Chat, Avatars and More

Skype totally redesigned its iPhone app over the summer and it’s already back with another big update. The Microsoft-owned company on Thursday released Skype 5.7 for iPhone with several new features and enhancements, many of which it said were requested by users. The latest update allows you to save photos from chat right to your camera […]

Apple-1 Sells For Record $905,000

If you think the new iMac with Retina display is expensive, then get a load of this. Reutersreported on Wednesday that an early Apple-1 computer recently sold for a record $905,000 at auction. Sounds like a lot for a 38-year old computer, so what makes it so special? For one, the Apple-1 was the brainchild of […]

Apple Pay: Here’s a Huge List of Banks That Will Support It

Apple Pay has been live for a few days now, and despite at least one major speed bump it’s been a pretty smooth roll-out overall. Of course, you can only use Apple’s mobile payments service if your bank supports it. Thankfully, during its iPad and iMac event last week, Apple also said that it has already established […]

Apple Knew About iCloud Vulnerabilities Long Before Attack

In a recent interview with Charlie Rose on PBS, Apple CEO Tim Cook said that the iCloud breach that leaked private celebrity photos wasn’t necessarily a security flaw on Apple’s side, but rather the result of a targeted phishing scheme. The company has since activated two-factor authentication to help boost the security of iCloud, but […]