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Apple updates the iPod Touch with iPhone 6-like power

Not everyone needs a phone, and some of us out there just want something to play music, entertainment, games, and a bit of something else. If you don’t need the phone, good news, because Apple has just refreshed the iPod Touch.

1:00 pm 16/07/2015 By Leigh D. Stark

AppMonday: Rain Parrot (iOS, Apple Watch)

You can always rely on Murphy’s Law if you ever decide to take your umbrella out to find that it doesn’t rain, forcing you to carry the thing around regardless, but Rain Parrot could help with a dash of hyperlocal forecasts.

12:27 pm 13/07/2015 By Leigh D. Stark

AppMonday: Lifeline (iOS, Android, Apple Watch)

Out of nowhere you get a message from someone: help. They’ve crashed on a moon and you’re the only one they can talk to. You can help them in this little interactive novel, available on iOS, Android, and even the Apple Watch.

12:34 pm 06/07/2015 By Leigh D. Stark

Apple connects 4G iPads with a global SIM for travel

Owners of the cellular iPad and iPad Mini are probably aware their portable computers come with a SIM slot, and if they want to go travelling, Apple now even has its own SIM card they can do that with.

3:50 pm 03/07/2015 By Leigh D. Stark

Apple’s Music service goes live, Beats 1 radio ready for all ears

This week, you can add another music service to the long list of possible choices for your ears to consume content with, as Apple launches its awaited “Music” service, complete with its own live radio station.

2:36 pm 01/07/2015 By Leigh D. Stark

What to expect in Apple’s Watch update

While the Apple Watch has only been out for two months, Apple has already released its first major software update in beta form to developers at the World Wide Developers Conference in San Francisco.

1:21 pm 10/06/2015 By Valens Quinn

Apple shows off iOS 9, multi-tasking is finally (finally) a thing

No matter how you slice it, being able to jump between apps isn’t true multi-tasking, but Apple’s iPad is finally going to learn a new trick this year with multi-tasking in iOS 9.

2:37 pm 09/06/2015 By Leigh D. Stark

Apple announces “Music” service, we go hands-on

Apple has well and truly brought the online music fight right to the front door Spotify, Tidal, Pandora and others. We had a rare chance to get our hands on the Apple Music app just after it was launched at Apple’s World Wide Developer’s Conference in San Francisco.

1:46 pm 09/06/2015 By Valens Quinn

Review: Apple MacBook Pro 15 with Retina (mid-2015)

A new year, a newly updated Apple MacBook Pro, with the mid-2015 refresh delivering battery optimised processors and a really new graphics chip. Is this as close as Apple gets to perfection?

5:46 pm 05/06/2015 By Leigh D. Stark

Now even better: Apple’s slightly updated iMac 27 inch with Retina 5K reviewed

It hasn’t even been six months since we reviewed the first 5K Retina iMac, and yet here we are with a new model. What’s changed, and does Apple still have the edge in desktop design?

3:01 pm 28/05/2015 By Leigh D. Stark

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  • AppMonday: Rain Parrot (iOS, Apple Watch)

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