Here’s how much iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro will cost with carrier financing and promotions

The iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro officially go up for preorder on Friday from both Apple and carriers. Much like the past two years, carriers and Apple are focusing on monthly financing offers to entice buyers. Read on as we round up how much the iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro will cost with […]

Apple being sued because two-factor authentication on an iPhone or Mac takes too much time

A class action suit has been filed that accuses Apple’s two-factor authentication of being too disruptive to users, taking too much time out of a user’s day when it is needed, and abusive since it can’t be rolled back to a less safe login method after 14 days. AppleInsider – Frontpage News

Review: The 2018 i7 15-inch MacBook Pro is much more than a spec bump

Looking at the outside of the computer, it is very easy to think that the new 15-inch MacBook Pro with Core i7 processor is unchanged from last year’s model. However, there are a surprising amount of improvements beyond just a new and powerful processor that Apple users have been looking for. AppleInsider – Frontpage News

Killer Deals: $799 MacBook Air; $1,099 13″ MacBook Pro; $1,999 15″ MBP; $1,549 27″ Apple iMac 5K & much more

Just in: B&H has slashed prices on popular Apple computers. From 2017 MacBook Airs for $ 799 to 13" MacBook Pros for $ 1,099 (and 15" models for $ 1,999), these are the most aggressive deals available on current models from an Apple authorized reseller. Closeout discounts of up to $ 1,300 off are also […]

This week’s top stories: HomePod preorders & new details, iOS 11.2.5 and betas, new iPhone rumors & much more

In this week’s top stories: Apple’s HomePod goes up for preorder as new details emerge, Apple pushes out the latest iOS, watchOS, macOS, and tvOS releases and betas, Logic Pro X gets a major update, and much more. Read on for all of this week’s top stories… more… 9to5Mac

What’s next for Apple Music and Beats 1: Original content, revamped apps, more Beats, live events & much more

Now at 20 million paid subscribers, what’s next for Apple Music and Beats 1? While major updates for the service might not be expected until iOS 11 with a likely unveiling at Apple’s WWDC event in June, Apple has a few things planned before that and we have some hints about what to expect in […]

Chance the Rapper shares how much he made from exclusive Apple Music ‘Coloring Book’ deal

Much has been made about Apple’s efforts to obtain exclusive access to albums from select artists for Apple Music. Thus far, Apple Music has offered albums from artists like Drake, Chance the Rapper, Frank Ocean, and others ahead of other streaming platforms. In a series of tweets this afternoon, Chance the Rapper offered up more details […]

As ‘unlimited’ plans make a return, how much data do you use on average per month? [Poll]

Over the weekend, I broke down all of the details and differences between the new unlimited data plans being offered by the four major United States carriers. Of course, as I and many others were quick to point out, these plans aren’t technically unlimited as once you hit a certain amount of data, you may […]

iTunes Backup Passwords ‘Much Easier’ to Crack in iOS 10, Apple Working on Fix

iOS 10 uses a new password verification mechanism for iTunes backups that makes them easier to crack, according to testing performed by Elcomsoft, a company that specializes in software designed to access iPhone data. Encrypted iTunes backups created on a Mac or PC are protected by a password that can potentially be brute forced by […]

Consumer Reports says there isn’t much difference between iPhone 7’s camera and iPhone 6s, what do you think? [Poll]

Apple made a big deal about the new iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus cameras, but since the announcement of the devices there’s been debate about just how much better the cameras actually are. Our own Jeff Bejanmin has noted of some of the differences with the camera, and now Consumer Reports is out with […]