It was the WWDC (Worldwide Developer Conference) keynote, where the company announced a bunch of new stuff—iOS 15, iPad OS 15, macOS Monterey, watchOS 8, new features for Health, a bunch of privacy stuff, and … well, you get the idea. The good news? We have all the details down below.
Or, if you’d prefer a quick look at everything, we have that, too. And later today, we’ll outline every device that’ll get the new OS versions, so you’ll know if your stuff made the cut. You can either hit the site later or just catch all the goodies in tomorrow’s newsletter. Totally your call.
Amazon’s having a big ol’ sale on Roku devices. Call it a Father’s Day sale. Or don’t, it doesn’t really matter.
Apple just wrapped up the first day of its annual WWDC event, giving consumers and developers alike tons of new features, software, and updates to think about. Here’s everything you need to know about the iOS 15 beta, macOS Monterey, improvements to AirPods and Apple Watch, and much more. Read More »
After launching its $5 ad-supported plan, Paramount+ is adding over 1,000 movies to its catalog, including Sonic the Hedgehog and Rocketman. The movies are available to subscribers June 10th, with another 1,500 movies coming later this summer. Read More »
Apple just unveiled the new macOS Monterey, and it’s loaded with features for both connectivity and productivity. Universal Control between Mac and iPad tops our list, but there’s also new shortcuts, AirPlay to Mac, SharePlay, FaceTime, a Safari redesign, and more. Read More »
Earlier this year, Tim Cook said that health and fitness could be Apple’s “greatest contribution” to the world. If the Apple Watch doesn’t prove that concept, then the refreshed Apple Health app will. Coming this fall with the iOS 15 and watchOS 8 updates, the Apple Health update adds new health tracking features and lets you share data with family and doctors. Read More »
Buried in all the WWDC announcements today, Apple covered some HomeKit updates. The news ranged from HomePod updates to Siri arriving on third-party devices like ecobee. And we heard a brief explanation of Apple’s plans with the Matter Smart Home standard. Read More »
Dogs are wonderful and precious, but they can be hard on the things they interact with every day, like leashes. But with this heavy-duty extra strong leash, you’ll finally be able to keep up with your doggo and all of their wild antics. The 6-foot leash comes in several lengths and bold, fun colors, so you can easily choose the best fit for your buddy. Plus, it’s made with durable and reflective half-inch rock climbing rope and has a padded handle that’s comfortable to hold.. Each leash you buy comes with 20 scented and degradable doggy bags, as well.
Apple has just announced watchOS 8, the latest software for many of its Apple Watch models. As expected, the update includes several new health and “mindfulness” features, improvements to the Apple Watch Photos app, home controls, and other small updates throughout. Read More »
Apple tries to set itself apart by focusing on your privacy, and that trend continued today with new privacy-minded features coming soon to its platforms. Email will be more secure, iCloud will get a privacy expansion, and soon, you can help a relative recover their forgotten password. Read More »
Holy crap, Apple isn’t playing around! The company kicked off its WWDC livestream by announcing iOS 15 and its many new features. The upcoming iPhone update introduces FaceTime call links for Android users, new Messages controls, a much-less-annoying Notifications system, a Focus mode that lets you hide unwanted apps, and … yeah, there’s a lot of stuff here. Read More »
In Apple’s recent WWDC event, it formally announced iPadOS 15 along with several new features that promise to improve the overall user experience, like more robust widgets, Quick Notes, split screen, and a highly-improved Multitasking experience. Read More »
Today at WWDC, Apple announced all sorts of exciting new features for iOS 15, including several changes specifically for the AirPods. While we’re not getting AirPods 3 yet, the company confirmed a new conversation boost mode, announce notifications where Siri will read you your notifications, and more. Read More »
As many Pixel phone owners know, Google likes to do “feature drops” with new stuff, and the June feature drop is here full of exciting changes. The update will deliver a locked folder feature for Google Photos, video-mode to Astrophotography, Pride-themed ringtones, and much more we’ll explain below. Read More »
Samsung is known for its stellar displays, including its curved monitors, but now it’s venturing into stretchable OLEDs. The new prototype display can be stretched in any direction and applied directly to skin, just like you would with a Band-Aid. Read More »
People often go on vacations after they retire. But a vacation to space? Jeff Bezos will be among the first to ride on a Blue Origin tourism rocket on July 20th, just two weeks after he steps down from his longtime role as Amazon CEO. Read More »
Production on Tesla’s fastest and longest-range Model S Plaid+ just got canceled, said CEO Elon Musk over the weekend on Twitter. This isn’t bad news, though, as he stated that the regular updated “Plaid is just so good.” Read More »
Amazon is running a sale on all of Roku’s streaming sticks, including the entry-level Roku Express and high-end Roku Ultra 4K. This may be the best discount on Roku hardware ahead of Amazon Prime Day, and it could be your last chance to grab an on-sale Roku ahead of Father’s Day. Read More »
FuboTV just announced that its popular Live TV Streaming Service is now available to LG Smart TV models released from 2018 on. LG marks the second Smart TV expansion for fuboTV, after launching on Samsung’s Smart TVs back in 2019. Read More »
First announced in May, the RedMagic 6R will arrive in the U.S. on June 24th for just $500. It’s one of the most affordable handsets to run a Snapdragon 888 processor and packs a ton of gaming-centric features, like 400Hz digital shoulder triggers. Read More »
Smooth browsing, productivity shortcuts right at your fingertips, and the accuracy needed to land the perfect shot. An average computer mouse can’t do these things, but with our recommendations, your new mouse can do all of that and more. Read More »
In June 2021, Apple announced iOS 15, iPadOS 15, and macOS Monterey for iPhone, iPad, and Mac during its annual WWDC keynote. Each operating system is getting a lot of updates. Here’s a look at the most significant new features on each platform. Read More »
You should use two-factor authentication wherever it is available. It isn’t perfect, but it stops most attackers in their tracks. But don’t be fooled into thinking it’s impregnable. That’s not the case. Read More »