This week in iOS saw reports of effective Activation Locks, IBM released the first iOS apps for the enterprise from the alliance with Apple, and Apple named its picks for best apps.
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Apple has begun pushing iOS 8.1.2 update to iPhone and iPad users.
Apple has always shied away from throwing a never-ending stream of tech specs at its potential customers, but its latest iPad Air 2 ad campaign is all about people using the iPad to get things done.
The week in iOS: Apple hit with $350 million suit over iPod, patent grant to protect dropped phones, and shifted selfie camera.
There aren't as many sales as on Black Friday, but there are a few good specials if you are looking for an iPad mini, iMac, or MacBook.
News about iOS this week: Apple expected to sell lots of iPhones but not lots of iPads, and Dropbox reciprocates love from Microsoft.
It's been slow progress, but figures released by Apple show that iOS 8.0/8.1 usage has finally hit the 60 percent mark.
Sales on these devices don't always yield big discounts, but here's how to save a little on these popular holiday gifts.
Unlike Apple itself, this retailer is offering discounts on all iPads and Macs, including at least $200 savings on the Mac Pro.
For the second straight year, the company will give out the cards instead of discounting its products. All iPads will come with a $50 card, and all iMac and MacBook purchases will include a $100 card.
With consumer iPad growth tapping out, Apple needs to do the unthinkable to push into line of business applications and vertical markets.
This week Apple confirmed Beats Music will be wrapped up in iOS, the company was fined for violating patents, and iOS 8.1.1 was released.
The Masque bug that affects iOS apps has the potential to steal data from legitimate sources, due to a lack of encryption in apps across the board.
Other sales: $50 off MacBook Air laptops, a $100 discount on Microsoft's 64GB Surface 2 tablet, and even $100 off Mac Pro desktops.
The latest update to Apple's mobile software comes with performance improvements to its older devices, notably the iPhone 4s and the iPad 2.
This week Apple pulled Fitbit from its online store, iMessages freed for switching, and the best onscreen keyboards for iOS 8 detailed.
Apple has downplayed the risk the Masque bug plays for users of iOS devices running iOS 7 or later.
The office retailer will also have the original iPad Air for $319, the iPad with Retina Display for $279, and the Toshiba Encore Mini Windows 8.1 tablet for $99.99.
One of the biggest drawbacks of owning an iPhone or iPad is that Apple doesn't offer a way for users to supplement the internal storage with an SD or microSD card like many Android devices do. But here's how you can add more storage.
The iPad is hitting the enterprise to some extent. If Apple is willing to go outside of its comfort zone, these three actions could have iPads hitting the workplace in bigger numbers.
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