It took a while but it’s finally here. After opening up to all Android (non-Galaxy) devices, the latest Samsung smartwatches and fitness band are now compatible on Apple’s iOS.
Today, the 9th of January 2017, marks 10 years since Apple introduced the first iPhone ever — though the actual device was put up for sale on the 29th of June 2007. In a press release commemorating this momentous occasion, Apple CEO Tim Cook announced that the “best is yet to come”.
It’s finally here! Nintendo’s highly anticipated mobile game for iOS, Super Mario Run, is now available for download from Apple’s App Store.
Hear ye, hear ye! You can now subscribe to Amazon Prime Video right here in Malaysia and the best part is that it’s priced from as low as RM13.30/month! The Grand Tour, here we come!
Apple has just rolled out a new iOS 10.2 update which lets you express yourself in hundreds of new emojis. It is about 362MB in size and it is advisable to download this through an unmetered WiFi connection.
With immediate effect, you can now buy your iOS games, apps, music and movies on iTunes in Malaysian Ringgit instead of US Dollars. This is applicable across iTunes, App Store and Apple Music in Malaysia.
Remember a time before digital photographs were invented? Me neither. But not everyone is a bean sprout like I am. If you happen to have a box of old photographs lying around in “archive” (that’s the dusty corner in your house) storage somewhere, Google’s got a new app to help you convert that into digital photographs. Meet PhotoScan.
While the rest of the world mourns the death of MagSafe on the new MacBook Pro, I’ve been trying to find out how useful this feature would be on our smartphones. More specifically, I’ve been testing the Baseus Insnap Magnetic Cable.
According to market researcher Strategy Analytics, Apple‘s iOS lost ground last quarter as their market share for smartphones shipped in Q3 2016 dipped 1.5% to 12.1% compared to the year before. That means only a little more than 1 in every 10 smartphones shipped were iPhones.