If a review emerges before a game’s announced, does it make a sound?
According to Tim Cook, Apple may let apps do more on the iPhone and iPad than they’ve been allowed to in the past.
Apple’s design honcho Jony Ive reportedly has quite a drastic change in store for the next version of iOS.
The odds are looking good that Apple will ditch the textured, bubbly look of its iOS software in favor of something more modern
Four days after Facebook Home’s release, its Chat Heads feature has migrated to the iPhone and iPad.
A comprehensive look at the competitive situation, from unit sales to profit margins.
Is Apple getting ready to crack down on iOS apps that help you find other apps? That’s the word going around in the tech world, at least, after Apple booted AppGratis from its store.
Final Fantasy V for iOS should be comin’ round the mountain later today with significantly reworked graphics by no less than Kazuko Shibuya.
Apple may be looking to dial back the loudness in the next version of its iOS software for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch.
I have a feeling Timbre’s going to live on my iPhone for a long time, if only because it’s such a delight to use.
Imagine: Your ultra-chic future iPhone isn’t just a sometime mobile game machine, it’s also a wireless vehicle for hardcore gaming on your big screen television.
You’d think a guy named “Guy” who goes poking around ancient booby-trapped temples might have learned by now.