This is a hard one. While Spotify is the undisputed king of streaming music, Apple Music has shown impressive growth since it was launched in 2015. The Spotify vs Apple Music battle rages on.
Now that Apple’s biggest event of the year – their Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) – is behind us, the shape of the company’s future plans become clearer.
Apple has debuted “Sign in with Apple” at their WorldWide Design Conference (WWDC). The new secure login feature will rival Google and Facebook’s features.
Apple has finally forked its operating system – the iPadOS – to better cater to the differing requirements of iPad users, as confirmed at the WWDC.
Apple announced at their annual Apple Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) that the Mac Pro is getting a major software update.
So, Apple announced at its annual Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) that it is killing iTunes. Well not really, but sort of. Here’s what you need to know about the future of iTunes.
It’s the first update to Apple’s iPod product since the sixth-generation iPod Touch was released in July 2015.
Are you familiar with the location settings on your iPhone? You should be.
Apple’s announcement that they’d be venturing into the video streaming space with Apple TV Plus surprised no one.
A new wave of features for Apple’s newest iOS update.
An awkward moment that left us in stitches.
The iPhone XR offers excellent value for the price.
Italian Competition Authority – AGCM conducted two separate investigations for Apple and Samsung.
They’re very happy that you decided to buy an iPhone…
A proudly South African export?
There has always been some degree of tension between Apple analysts and Apple enthusiasts.
Apple has revealed some potentially very worrying news about almost ALL of their current range of products. We have the details.
Well, it is shiny.
All eyes on Apple today.
Can Nokia’s new Android rub shoulders with the other smartphones on the market?
“But don’t tell my heart…My achy breaky heart…I just don’t think he’d understand!”
Carpool Karaoke: The Series to thank for the reunion of the Stark sisters!
Well that’s embarrassing. An Apple store — caught up in a racist sh**storm — denies refusing black students entry, because “they might steal something” in the store.
As far as voice activated systems go, it seems Siri performs the worst of them all…now see what she’d be like as your waitress.
In a bid to compete with the international market, South Africa-based MINT Electronics is set to launch its first smartphone products next month – with the cheapest model rumoured to be priced around R600.