What to Expect at Apple’s March Event 2016

Apple is expected to hold a special event on Monday, March 21st, 2016 and we’re here to give you some expectations we have about what’s to come from the Cupertino company. Let’s break down the rumors and see if we can predict what Apple might showcase. New iPhone SE Apple is notorious for saying they will do one thing in their product strategy and then introducing a product completely contrary to those remarks, (I’m looking at you Apple Pencil). The rumored “iPhone SE” will be no different. This phone comes from the outcry of those who were not too keen […]

Apple’s WiFi Assist Feature Costs Family $2,000

This is why we need more transparency when new features are released people, THIS IS WHY! In a shocking news story surfacing today, Apple’s WiFi Assist feature originally introduced with iOS 9 has cost a family $2,000 on their monthly phone bill. You read that correctly, over $2K was spent on a single phone bill. How did this happen you might ask? To answer that we first need to go over briefly what WiFi Assist does. WiFi Assist is a service on Apple’s iPhones running iOS 9 or above that “intelligently” chooses your phone’s connection path. When on WiFi, your […]

T-Mobile’s Binge On Not a Net Neutrality Violation Says FCC

Oh boy, here we go. Earlier this month T-Mobile announced its latest entry into their unprecedented “Uncarrier” movement, Binge On. Binge On is a service that allows customers to stream video from several popular apps like HBO Go, Showtime, Netflix, and more. This move sparked a million questions from both us and fellow tech enthusiasts about net neutrality and Binge On. On the surface, this seems to completely violate net neutrality laws set by the FCC which stop companies from using paid services as exclusives on their platform. However, in an FCC meeting earlier today, FCC Chairmon Tom Wheeler weighed in […]

T-Mobile Announces Free Video Streaming on its Network

T-Mobile launched their 10th “Uncarrier” announcement today and announced a pretty significant change for customers on their network. T-Mobile has announced BingeOn, a new service that will now allow consumers to stream content from several popular video-streaming platforms such as Netflix, HBO Now, Showtime, and others for free. The way it works is that T-Mobile will not count content viewed on these various apps on mobile devices against a customer’s data pool. Theoretically, a person can have a 2GB data pool and never touch the data if that person only ever uses these apps to view content from popular TV shows […]

Apple is already testing its next versions of iOS and OS X

New reports are surfacing that Apple is already testing the next versions of both iOS and OS X. Assuringly labeled iOS 10 and OS X 10.12, both updates have surfaced under Google Analytics that seem to indicate a rapid pace of inner workings towards Apple’s mobile and desktop platforms. The report suggests a rather large spike in the number of sessions that appear for these specific testing numbers which leads us to believe that Apple is readily hard at work getting these platforms ready for primetime. While Apple just unveiled iOS 9 and OS X El Capitan, it is always […]

Microsoft Surface Book – The Ultimate Laptop?

Microsoft unveiled the first ever laptop made in-house by the company and it’s called Microsoft Surface Book. On paper the Surface Book looks amazing. A 13.5″ 3000×2000 resolution screen with 267 ppi, up to 16GB of RAM, the latest Intel Skylake 6th generation processors, and up to 1TB of SSD storage. Not to mention the inclusion of NVIDIA GeForce discrete graphics, an offering only available on the 15″ line of Apple’s MacBook Pro products. It’s not cheap, however, with the Surface Book starting at $1,499 in the U.S. Microsoft says that the new Surface Book is 2x as powerful as […]

Google Announces New Nexus Lineup for 2015

Yesterday was a big day for Android. Google CEO Sundar Pichai took the stage, rather nonchalantly, to announce a busy week for Google, and a big day for Android. This turned out to be three new pivotal devices for the Android platform. Dave Burke, VP of Engineering at Google, then took the floor to announce the Nexus 6P and the Nexus 5X. Let’s start with the Nexus 6P. It is the successor to last year’s Nexus 6 and is made by Huawei, a first for the Nexus line. The 6P features a brand new, all-metal design with chamfered edges and no […]

Nexus 6P Pricing Information Leaked Ahead of Launch

Today the world will see Google unveil their new Nexus device, or devices, to the world. Undoubtedly Google will announce a release date for Android 6.0 Marshmallow along with the Nexus device(s), however, if you’re feeling impatient about the handsets themselves, the pricing and availability for the rumored Nexus 6P seem to have been leaked early. According to the leak, the Nexus 6P will come in 32GB, 64GB, and 128GB variants and will cost $499, $549, and $649 respectively. The 6P will be available in the US, UK, Canada, Australia, France, Germany, Hong Kong, and South Korea according to the […]

How To Fix iOS 9 Woes

iOS 9 is Apple’s latest version of its tablet and smartphone software which was released on September 16th to the general public. While mostly a performance and under-the-hood release, iOS 9 came with new features like a smarter Siri and split-view for the iPad line. However, Apple has been under fire since iOS 9’s release due to performance issues and overall sluggishness. Tech pundits have codenamed events like this “iOSlop” referring to the less-than-polished release of a new iOS. If you’re having issues with iOS 9, try restoring to factory settings and restoring back from an iCloud or iTunes backup. […]