2019 10.2-inch iPad review: The premier entry-level Apple device

When I first saw the new 7th-generation iPad, I wondered why Apple even bothered to release an updated model this year. Sure, the 10.2-inch display reveals a slight boost in size over last year’s 9.7-inch iPad, and the latest model finally has a Smart Connector, but for all that, this iPad has the same cameras and A10 processor as last year’s … [Read more...]

iPadOS 13: 8 cool new features you should try out first

For years now the operating system Apple uses for its tablets has been evolving into a distinct beast, and this year Apple embraced that shift by forging iPadOS 13 from the framework of iOS 13. It’s still recognizably iOS 13, mind you, so don’t expect to flip on your iPad this week and find an interface that resembles what you’d find on a … [Read more...]

I played 53 Apple Arcade titles and enjoyed almost every one


Yesterday I went a little nuts and played quick snippets of all 53 of the available Apple Arcade games in the iPadOS 13.1 beta (aside from What the Golf, which kept crashing on my iPad mini 5). I was exhausted by the end, but I wouldn’t say I was bored.And while I never saw anything that immediately struck me as great, I can say with certainty that … [Read more...]

iPhone 11 cases: What you can get right now

Last year Apple called its lower-cost current-generation iPhone the “XR,” but this year’s comparable model gets the dignity of simply being called the “iPhone 11.” Case makers already have a pile of cool cases ready to go mere minutes after Apple’s announcement, and here we’ve compiled some of the standout models we know about for your … [Read more...]

WoW Classic is a step back in time—and a step back for World of Warcraft

World of Warcraft Classic splits the MMO into two different games, and so shatters its unique sense of history and community. … [Read more...]

iOS 13: Don’t forget to customize your iMessage profile. Here’s how

Beginning with iOS 13, you can automatically beam your preferred name and photo (or Memoji) to other iOS users when they chat with you in the Messages app—although they can choose whether to use them or not. Not only does this option let your friends and contacts see you as you want them to see you, but it also eradicates some of the more tedious … [Read more...]

It’s time to liberate the Apple Watch from the iPhone

By the time watchOS 6 drops later this year, only the slimmest of threads will keep the Apple Watch tethered to the iPhone. The watch itself will soon have its own App Store. It’ll have more useful built-in apps, such as a calculator and voice memos, and long ago, the cellular models eliminated the need to rely on the iPhone for internet … [Read more...]

FAA confirms ban of recalled 2015 15-inch MacBook Pros on U.S. flights

Remember how Samsung suffered the indignity of having the Galaxy Note 7 banned from U.S. flights, and how one exploded on a Southwest Airlines flight? Apple is attracting slightly similar attention after Bloomberg quoted a statement from the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration confirming that 2015 15-inch MacBook Pros with defective batteries are … [Read more...]

iOS 13: How to pair a PS4 DualShock 4 controller with your iPhone or iPad


It only took a few years, but this fall the iPhone, iPad, and Apple TV will finally support PlayStation 4 DualShock 4 controllers and some models of Xbox One controllers. It’s super easy to set up these controllers, too, as you’ll see below.For this story, we’ll focus on pairing the Sony DualShock 4 with an iPhone or iPad. All you need is an iPhone … [Read more...]

iOS 13: How to pair an Xbox One controller with your iPhone or iPad


The iPhone and iPad will finally feel like proper traditional game systems this fall, as iOS 13 and iPadOS 13 introduce support for some Xbox One controllers and PlayStation DualShock 4 controllers. We’re focusing on the Xbox One S controller in this article, so you’ll want to head here if you need to hook up a DualShock 4. You can try this feature … [Read more...]

The 12-inch MacBook is dead, and it will be missed

Apple officially killed off the scrappy, portable 12-inch MacBook and I’m wallowing in my grief. It certainly wasn’t a laptop for everyone, but it was the perfect MacBook for me and people like me—namely, carless writers who need access to a laptop for edits and quick stories within a moment’s notice regardless of where they are. I was waiting to … [Read more...]

Safari on iPadOS 13: The best new features

Since the iPad was introduced in 2010, users have endured the same Safari experience they knew from the iPhone, which fueled jabs that Apple’s tablet was little more than a gigantic version of the iPhone. Interfaces for commonly used sites like WordPress wouldn’t load properly. Google Docs forced you to a dedicated app that lacked features of both … [Read more...]

The Elder Scrolls Online: Elsweyr review: Watch the fur fly

ESO’s new expansion has dragons, necromancers, and cat people, but it doesn’t always have a focus. … [Read more...]

Amazon is selling the Logitech Crayon for a match of the lowest price we’ve ever seen

The Apple Pencil is a marvelous stylus—one that comes close to mimicking the sensation of writing with a real pen or pencil. It’s also a costly gadget, and the first-generation model comes with all kinds of annoying quirks ranging from an awkward charging process to a removable cap that’s prone to going missing. Thankfully, there’s a good … [Read more...]

Amazon is having one of the best sales for the Apple Watch Series 4 to date

We’re finally getting to the point where we regularly see good deals for the Apple Watch Series 4. Today, you’ll find some of the best ones to date over at Amazon, where the online retailer is knocking down the price for both the GPS-only and cellular models by as much as $70.Here are some of the standouts.GPS only 40mm Space Gray with Black Sport … [Read more...]

How to download shows on the Apple TV app for offline viewing on iPhone and iPad

The Channels feature in the redesigned Apple TV app is cool because it lets you sign up for services like HBO without using another app, and it also lets you download movies and TV episodes for offline viewing on your iPhone or iPad. This has long been a feature on dedicate apps for services such as Showtime and Stars, but it’s remarkable in this … [Read more...]

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