With a new school year comes the arrival of new iPhones, which might be a little overwhelming for some. Let's take a look at the details and compare them!
Who says senior folks don't get any love with new technology? Here are some of the top 5 apps for seniors that make things a lot easier and more convenient.
Freedom Mobile has rolled out a Visual Voicemail feature available now only for iPhone users. It costs $4 a month and isn't available with any existing plans as of yet.
The newest lines of iPhones are rumored to be announced in September 2018, ranging from three different sizes... and chalk full of vibrant new features.
The Apple Watch is receiving a new software update that includes some great new features including podcasts, the Walkie-Talkie function, and some new ways to measure your workout metrics.
Apple has announced macOS Mojave, its newest macOS that includes a ton of improved features. Updates include night mode, organizing desktop folders, capturing screenshots and more.
Games are widely played on our smartphones, but most of them are rather simplistic and lack story. Little might you know, there are actually tons of older games ported into the App Store that are hidden gems of the past era.
The Apple Homepod is finally seeing a release in Canada. Released last year in the U.S., this Bluetooth speaker provides quality sound to all who dare pay its hefty $449.99 price.
Apple has rejected Valve's new Steam Link app, an app that allows its users to store their games onto their devices and stream them onto others. The app is currently available for Android.
The recent trend in smartphones is the extension of the screen and reduction of the frame surrounding it, save for a notch of space at the top for the front-facing camera. Future phones might be made entirely of screen!