Apple y Samsung anunciaron hoy una asociación para incluir los programas de TV y películas de iTunes en los Smart TV de Samsung a partir de la primavera.
WhatsApp has updated its messaging app on iOS with the ability to send and receive GIFs.
Yeah, it’s kinda late to the game, but it actually does a little more than just support animations.
Have you ever wanted to take control of your Mac’s Finder? Learn how with this guide!
Need to create a new user account on your new Mac with macOS Sierra? It’s easy. Just follow these steps.
Thanks to Touch ID on the MacBook Pro, you can make secure payments online with Apple Pay – the most secure payment service!
Apple added secure payments on the web with Apple Pay and Touch ID in macOS Sierra, but you need an iPhone to use it. The latest model of MacBook Pro comes with Touch ID, so you don’t have to use a secondary device to pay for stuff on the Web.
Apple has just recently updated its System Status webpage to reflect on ongoing issues with its cloud services. According to the webpage, users are unable to sign in to a variety of services, including iCloud, the App Store, the iTunes Store, and iTunes U.
Apple has released the first iOS 10.2 beta for iPhone and iPad to registered developers.
The update follows the public release of iOS 10.1.1 earlier today for all users. Apple has also released several other betas for developers to test including watchOS 3.1.1, tvOS 10.1 and macOS 10.12.2.
Apple on Monday released iOS 10.1.1, a minor update for all iPhones, iPod touches, and iPads with bug fixes.
Apple has announced the launch of TV, a brand new content consumption app that aims to bridge the gap between the Apple TV, iPhone, and the iPad.
The MacBook Air is dead. Long live the MacBook Pro. That’s because Apple just killed and replaced it with a (slightly) more affordable MacBook Pro model.
Microsoft unveiled its first-ever desktop PC on Thursday, delivering the Surface Studio. It takes the best aspects of the Surface laptops and puts them in a desktop form factor—and it looks amazing.
Nikkei Asian Review is adding to recent reports that Apple will move to an all-glass design with the iPhone 8 next year, while reporting that the lineup will add a 5-inch model.
Apple previously used an all-glass design with the iPhone 4 and iPhone 4s, but switched to aluminum backs with the iPhone 5 through iPhone 7. And a 5-inch iPhone 8 would add a new option to the current lineup which includes 4.7-inch and 5.5-inch flagship models.