Here’s How Much Apple Will Charge for a New iPhone Battery Next Year

Last December, it was discovered Apple was deliberately slowing down older iPhones in an effort to conserve the life of the devices’ batteries. This ultimately caused consumer rage and forced Apple to lower the prices of replacement batteries to restore out-of-box performance. So for the entirety of 2018, battery replacements Continue Reading


Spotify Expands Download Limit to 10,000 Songs, Allows Offline Playback on Up to Five Devices

Spotify is introducing a few new changes to the way its premium plan works. As first reported by Rolling Stone, the streaming service has confirmed it’s lifting the previous 3,333 song limit for offline music loaded to your device. Now, the company says users can download many as 10,000 songs Continue Reading

Apple Isn’t Including a Headphone Dongle with the New iPhones

Ever since the iPhone 7 debut back in 2016, Apple hasn’t included a headphone jack on its phones. Rather, the company opted for a 3.5mm to Lightning connector that customers could use in order to connect wired headphones to their devices. Now, though, the accessory won’t be an option as Continue Reading

Apple Adds Multiple Timer Support, Song Lyric Search, and Phone Calling to HomePod in New Update

Apple announced today during its event it’s adding a few new features to the HomePod. The most notable of them all is multiple timer support which many users have been asking for ever since the device’s launch earlier this year. Now, with the update, you’ll be able to set multiple Continue Reading

Apple’s iOS 12, tvOS 12, and watchOS 5 Will Be Released September 17th, macOS Mojave Held Off Until September 24th

During its keynote today, Apple announced it would release the next batch of major software updates for its devices this month. For iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch, and Apple TV users, you’ll get upgraded on September 17th in the forms of iOS 12, watchOS 5, and tvOS 12. Meanwhile, those waiting Continue Reading

Apple’s iPhone Xr Features an Upgraded Design, Less-Powerful Specs for $749

Apple today announced the new iPhone Xr at its event in Cupertino. The device serves as the replacement for the iPhone 8 and 8 Plus from last year and aims to give consumers a premium experience for less money. If you recall, last year’s iPhone X sported an all-glass design. Continue Reading

Apple Unveils iPhone Xs and Xs Max at September Event

After significantly leaking this morning and for the past nine months, Apple has finally unveiled its new iPhone Xs and Xs Max (pronounced ten-ess and ten-ess max), the successors to last year’s iPhone X. The devices feature nearly identical design and specs but come in two new sizes, with the Continue Reading

Apple Watch Series 4 Unveiled w/ Bigger Screen, New Sizes, Upgraded Health Features

Today during the company’s event at the Steve Jobs Theater, Apple took the wraps off its latest Apple Watch, the Series 4. The device comes after the Series 3 debuted last year with LTE support, new fitness features, and some of the best battery life on the wearable market. All Continue Reading

The iPhone Xs and Xs Max Will Come with 512GB of Storage

The leaks keep coming. After Apple let the names of its next iPhones slip earlier this morning, new information is beginning to surface about the devices themselves. Specifically, in the same sitemap where the iPhone Xs, Xs Max, and Xr were revealed, we also now know the Xs and Xs Continue Reading

Confirmed: Apple’s Next iPhones Will Be Called ‘iPhone XS,’ ‘iPhone XS Max,’ and ‘iPhone XR’

A mere hours before the company is set to take the stage at the Steve Jobs Theater to unveil the devices, Apple has leaked the names of its next iPhones. A version of the company’s sitemap made its way to the web which confirmed the names “iPhone XS,” “iPhone XS Continue Reading

How to Watch Today’s Apple ‘Gather Round’ Event Live

Apple is holding an event in a mere few hours dubbed “Gather Round” to unveil a ton of new products. You can read everything we’re expecting to be unveiled here, but the premise should be new iPhones, Apple Watches, and accessories. Of course, any tech launch (especially by Apple) is Continue Reading