iOS in Your Car Could Look Pretty Great

One of the big revelations from the iOS 7 debut was that Apple's working on an in-car version of the mobile operating system. Now app developer Steve Troughton-Smith has tweeted some images of what iOS could, and should, look like when it hits your dashboard. And they're pretty slick. » 1/21/14 3:30pm 1/21/14 3:30pm

How to Set Up Your New iPhone the Right Way

You got a new iPhone! Maybe it's a thumbprint-reading 5S or a pastel rainbow 5C. Either way, what now? Here's what you need to get started with your new iPhone, whether you're a first-timer or an iOS pro. » 12/25/13 8:50am 12/25/13 8:50am

RunKeeper Now Harnesses iPhone 5S M7 Muscle

RunKeeper is one of our favorite techy ways to track your athletic activity. The app's latest update, out today, harnesses the power of the M7 chip to turn your iPhone 5S into an always-watching fitness tracker. Like a personal trainer named Siri. » 11/07/13 9:00am 11/07/13 9:00am

Those iOS 7 Icons Zoom At You Doing 20 Miles Per Hour

When iOS 7 came out, the animations were the first thing everyone noticed. Some people even claimed they got seasick watching their phones. Now we know why: those flat, pastel-colored cards can hit nearly 17 miles per hour as they zip toward your face. » 11/02/13 9:00am 11/02/13 9:00am

This iPhone Prank Tricks People Into Thinking They're Getting a Text

You know the feeling. You and a friend are having a conversation via text and the little bubble with the blinking dots shows up indicating that she's typing. So much anticipation! You'd stare at those dots for hours waiting for a text, wouldn't you? Wouldn't it be funny if the dots just kept blinking? » 10/08/13 4:20pm 10/08/13 4:20pm

iOS 7's Most Common Bugs (and How to Fix Them)

No operating system launch is without a few bugs, but it seems like iOS 7 has had more than it's fair share of blunders. From iMessages not working to lock screen exploits, here are some of the biggest bugs, and how you can fix them. » 10/04/13 1:42pm 10/04/13 1:42pm

Has iMessage Been More Screwed Up Than Usual for You?

iMessage has been screwing up. Which, well, isn't news to people who have been burned by iMessage before. But! It's been screwing up more than usual. Enough that Apple has finally admitted that a "fraction of a percent" of iMessage users are having issues with the blue text bubble messaging service. Are you included in… » 10/02/13 12:22am 10/02/13 12:22am

11 Tips to Keep iOS 7 From Destroying Your Battery Life

While your iPhone's new operating system comes with plenty of advantages, iOS 7's not without its drawbacks. Battery life just ain't quite what you'd want it to be, but we've got some tips to squeeze the most out of that sucker and stay juiced all day long. » 9/28/13 11:13am 9/28/13 11:13am

No Third-Party App Support for You: How Apple iOS 7 Hoards Playlists

iOS users are delighted by the new iOS 7 rollout, available not only on the new iPhones, but on previous models as well. And unlike Android users, most of whom fail to upgrade to the latest operating system, iOS users tend to upgrade en masse, which means many, many people already have iOS 7 or will have it shortly. » 9/26/13 3:40pm 9/26/13 3:40pm

iOS 7.0.2 Is Here and It Fixes the iPhone's Major Security Hole

iOS 7.0.2 is has started making its way out there, and it fixes that embarrassing lockscreen exploit we saw last week. Phew! And, as a bonus, it also reintroduces Greek language options for passcode entry! But the (re)added security is what you'll want. So go check for an update now, or hop over to 9to5Mac and grab a… » 9/26/13 1:13pm 9/26/13 1:13pm