March's Mac games We always aim to bring you a broad selection of games for our monthly Mac game roundup, but our picks from March seem especially diverse in terms of genre, scale, style, and price points. Hyper Light Drifter kicks things off, as the just-released indie adventure seems to be living up to the ...continue reading The 10 Mac games you need to play from March 2016

Rumors have suggested the iPhone 7 will be thinner and lighter than the iPhone 6s, and a new report from Korean site ETNews shares some technical details on the methods Apple may use to save space internally and shave off precious fractions of a millimeter from the device's size. Apple is said to be planning ...continue reading iPhone 7 May Use New Packaging Technology for Antenna Switching Module to Save Space

An upcoming update to Microsoft Office will allow you to essentially pin apps to the Microsoft Office ribbon, adding to its extensibility. Microsoft will let you run custom apps from Office ribbons - This Apple related article wrote by . To see its original version and more Apple related posts follow this link: Original source ...continue reading Microsoft will let you run custom apps from Office ribbons

...plus, new picks from iLuv, Pelican, and more This week’s roundup of new iPhone cases brings you a shiny new case from Ballistic. Plus, some handsome new leather wallet cases for the iPhone 6s and iPhone SE. Read on! Ballistic The Jewel Mirage (iPhone 6/6s; $30) sports a transparent back shell dressed up with a ...continue reading The Week in iPhone Cases: Ballistic's Jewel gives your iPhone some sparkle and shine

Former chairman and CEO of General Electric Jack Welch had an opportunity to purchase Apple for $2 billion and passed at the chance, according to information shared by Bob Wright in an interview with The New York Post about his book The Wright Stuff: From NBC to Autism Speaks. Back in 1996, when Apple was ...continue reading Former General Electric CEO Passed on Buying Apple for $2 Billion in 1996

Apple launched the iPhone SE today in the United States and eleven other countries and territories, prompting a number of early adopters looking to get their hands on the refreshed 4-inch smartphone to line up over the past twenty-four hours. Early morning lines for the iPhone SE could be found in a handful of major ...continue reading iPhone SE Launch Day Overshadowed by Tesla Model 3

If you updated to iOS 9.3 within the past ten days and you found that tapping on web links would crash your device, you’ll be happy to know that there’s finally a fix. On Thursday, Apple released iOS 9.3.1. According to the release note, the update does only on thing: Fix the web link bug. ...continue reading Apple fixes web link bug in iOS 9

Usually when groups like iFixit and Chipworks break open a popular new gadget, they turn up some sort of surprise. But that’s not the case with the iPhone SE. In Chipworks’ iPhone 5 SE teardown, Apple’s first 4-inch phone since 2013 is exactly what it seems to be. Most of its internal components are transplants ...continue reading This iPhone SE teardown is pretty much what you’d expect

Apple today released iOS 9.3.1 to the public, marking the first update to iOS 9 since iOS 9.3 launched on March 21. iOS 9.3.1 comes just over a week after the launch of iOS 9.3 and likely brings a fix for a significant web link crashing issue that has been affecting many iOS users. Today's ...continue reading Apple Releases iOS 9.3.1 With Fix for Web Link Crashing Bug

Starting with iOS 9, Apple has tried to make it harder for attackers to trick users into installing unauthorized apps on their devices by abusing stolen enterprise certificates. However, it left one door open that attackers can still exploit: the protocol used by mobile device management products. In a presentation at the Black Hat Asia ...continue reading Hackers can abuse the iOS mobile device management protocol to deliver malware