Apple introduced new hardware and software today. Included: a new iPhone and an updated Apple Watch!
You have an Apple Watch and are looking forward to the watchOS 6 update? Then you should have the right iPhone for Apple’s smartwatch.
The upcoming iOS 13 will no longer run on many popular Apple devices. These are beloved iPhone models and an iPad that was sold until 2017.
The production of current iPhones under the control of Apple and Foxconn contradicts current laws in China, according to a report by the non-profit organization China Labour Watch.
We’ve waited a long time for this: Apple Music, similar to Spotify, can now also be reached via the normal browser.
LED incandescent lamps are energy-efficient, provide beautiful light and can be controlled by HomeKit. What was missing was the look of the 20th century, so Philips is now launching a filament design.
Those who have been waiting for a cheap HomeKit compatible Smart Hub can now look forward to the Xiaomi Aqara HomeKit Hub in a European version.
Apple has launched a new repair program. Apple Watches series 2 and 3 may have cracks in the glass of the display. A repair is made free of charge.
If you like to use the stopwatch function of your Apple Watch we would like to point out that the display of the stopped time on the Apple Watch contains a bug.
It sounds like an April fool’s joke but Apple is moving a bit towards the right to free repair.