As of today, Apple has stopped signing iOS 9.3.2 and iOS 9.3.3 for compatible iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch models, meaning users can no longer upgrade or downgrade to those versions of iOS using iTunes. Apple is now only signing iOS 9.3.4. iOS 9.3.2, initially released to the public on May 16, 2016, was an ...continue reading Apple Stops Signing iOS 9.3.2 and iOS 9.3.3

Jackery has introduced the Jewel, claimed to be the first-ever Apple-certified Lightning-to-USB cable with a built-in battery for iPhone, iPad, and iPod models. The 3.2-foot cable features an integrated 450mAh battery that can, for example, fast charge an iPhone 6s up to 26% or an iPhone 6s Plus up to 16%. Like any other Lightning ...continue reading Jackery Introduces First-Ever Lightning Cable With Integrated Battery

Popular photo manipulation app Prisma has been updated to allow offline processing of images for the first time. The photo app recreates images in the style of famous artists and gives shots a painterly aesthetic using neural networks, but up until now users needed an internet connection and wait for the app's Moscow-based servers to ...continue reading Photo Editing App 'Prisma' Now Supports Offline Picture Processing

After launching its point-of-sale system app in the United States in 2013, Shopify today announced that both the company's POS app and physical hardware will finally be made available to business owners in the United Kingdom (via TechCrunch). The app and "Tap, Chip, and Swipe" card reader work in conjunction to accept various kinds of ...continue reading Shopify Expanding Apple Pay Hardware and Software to United Kingdom

If you’ve ever been miffed that iOS reveals your “frequently visited” websites whenever you tap Safari’s address bar, good news: that’s one of several Safari options that you can easily change. Not only can you hide Safari’s “Frequently Visited Sites” feature, you can also change the way newly opened tabs behave, pick a new folder ...continue reading 6 easy ways to customize Safari on iPhone and iPad

New iPad cases of the week This week’s roundup of new iPad cases includes Moshi’s iGlaze, a see-through case for the iPad Pro that’s so slim, it’s barely visible. Plus, get ready for fall with new sleeves, great folios, and everyday bags for all your tech accessories. Read on! Brenthaven The Collins Limited Edition Courier ...continue reading The Week in iPad Cases: Moshi's iGlaze is almost invisible

Facebook has released a new teens-only social app called "Lifestage" that asks users to create profiles by uploading video clips instead of filling in text fields. The standalone app is aimed at high school kids aged 21 and under, and doesn't require a Facebook account. Users are asked to select their high school and are ...continue reading Facebook Announces Video-Based Social App 'Lifestage' For High Schoolers

Apple headlines for the week ending Aug. 22, 2016 The week started with new a beta of iOS 10, and it ended with a new beta of iOS 10. The official release of iOS 10 (and macOS Sierra, watchOS 3, and tvOS 10) is just weeks away, so there are bugs to work out and ...continue reading The Week in Apple News: Rumors, rumors, and more rumors about the iPad, iPhone, and Apple Watch, plus other news

Apple keeps releasing new iOS 10 betas ahead of the final iOS 10 release in September. The company just issued the seventh beta for both developers and public beta testers — the public beta’s version number is one digit behind, so it’s public beta 6, but it’s the same version. Head over to the Settings ...continue reading Apple just dropped iOS 10 beta 7 for developers and public testers – TechCrunch

Apple is expected to release its next iPhone in September this year. US retailer Target said falling sales of Apple products were partly to blame for its double-digit dip in electronics revenues last quarter. The retailer this week reported a rough second quarter, singling out its electronics division for causing a "significant drag", equal to ...continue reading Apple sales slump: iPhone no longer driving sales as demand drops 20 percent says Target – ZDNet