1. News
    November 9th, 2015 by Dan Moren
    Will Apple make a new 4in iPhone?

    Guess what time it is? If you guessed “just two months after the release of the latest iPhones, so time for a rumour about the next iPhone,”...

  2. News
    November 6th, 2015 by Jared Newman
    Beware bad USB-C cables, Google engineer warns, names and shames

    An engineer at Google has taken up a personal campaign against non-compliant USB-C adapter cables, warning of potential charging problems or device...

  3. Security
    November 5th, 2015 by Anthony Caruana
    iBackDoor – infected ads may make iOS vulnerable

    After yesterday’s news that an new variant of XcodeGhost has been found in the wild, we hear from FireEye that another iOS vulnerability, called...

  4. News
    November 5th, 2015 by Jared Newman
    Siri has competition – Cortana for iPhone is coming

    Microsoft is almost ready to begin testing Cortana for iPhone, with a limited public beta launching in the coming weeks. Users who want to try the...

  5. Security
    November 4th, 2015 by Anthony Caruana
    XcodeGhost S – new variant hits enterprise users

    Security vendor FireEye has found “210 enterprises with XcodeGhost-infected applications running inside their networks, generating more than...

  6. Help
    October 30th, 2015 by Anthony Caruana
    Changing iOS default applications

    It’s a pet hate of ours and, frankly, a way for Apple to make life a little less flexible for users. There’s no easy way to change the...

  7. News
    October 30th, 2015 by Macworld Australia Staff
    Firefox for iOS

    For those who like a bit of variety on their iOS devices, the Firefox web browser provides an alternative to Apple’s Safari. Firefox for iOS...

  8. News
    October 29th, 2015 by Blair Hanley Frank
    Outlook for iOS gets a subtle redesign

    Back in January, Microsoft launched Outlook for iOS and Android, designed to help users of the two most popular mobile platforms manage their email...

  9. News
    October 29th, 2015 by Jared Newman
    Apple rejects digital scale app that leans on 3D Touch

    A digital scale app that measures pressure from the iPhone 6s’ 3D Touch display has apparently earned a rejection from Apple. 3D Touch is a new...

  10. News
    October 28th, 2015 by Anthony Caruana
    Amex to bring Apple Pay to Australia

    American Express has announced that Apple Pay will be available for card members in Australia and Canada this year with Spain, Singapore and Hong...

  11. News
    October 27th, 2015 by Anthony Caruana
    Apple Watch most desirable wearable despite price tag

    A recent survey from Juniper Research pointed out two interesting, but contradictory, pieces of data. Apple topped the results as the ‘coolest brand’...

  12. News
    October 26th, 2015 by David Price
    Phone 7 (and iPhone 7 Plus) rumour round-up

    The iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus have barely launched – and we’re already thinking about next year’s iPhone 7. The tech world has...

  13. News
    October 26th, 2015 by Anthony Caruana
    Is Apple Pay coming to Australia soon?

    Reports over the weekend suggest Apple Pay is coming to Australia. Both MacRumors and AppleTalk are reporting the Apple Pay symbol is appearing on...

  14. News
    October 22nd, 2015 by Caitlin McGarry
    iOS 9.1 is here, complete with new emojis

    iOS 9.1 is available to download, which means you have a slew of new emoji characters to choose from. The best ones: taco, burrito, cheese wedge,...

  15. Reviews
    October 21st, 2015 by Derek Walter
    Swipe down to play these four Notification Center games

    Forget news, weather, and sports. It’s time to add a game to your list of sensible Notification Center apps. A few quick-play titles can live...

  16. Productivity
    October 20th, 2015 by James A. Martin
    Six reasons Apple Notes can’t replace Evernote

    With iOS 9 and OS X El Capitan, Apple finally bulked up its minimalist note-taking apps. The upgrades are welcome, but the latest Notes apps aren’t...

  17. Security
    October 20th, 2015 by Caitlin McGarry
    Apple pulls data mining apps

    App analytics firm SourceDNA just discovered evidence that hundreds of apps in the iOS App Store are collecting a whole bunch of identifying data...

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