Google Maps for iPhone and iPad now provides helpful everyday info–in real time, via a trio of handy new shortcuts found across the bottom of the interface that Android customers have enjoyed for more than a year.
The Onavo VPN has shown up in Facebook’s mobile app before in 2016 in the United Kingdom. The company has confirmed that this optional feature is now available to iPhone and iPad users in the United States as well. You should think twice before using Facebook’s VPN for obvious reasons.
An alternative headline—“This is what failure looks like”—would probably best describe great strides Apple Watch has made in less than three years towards becoming the best-selling wearable product on the market.
Apple has updated its [US] online store with refurbished Series 3 models of Apple Watch. Customers in the market for the wearable, which just launched in September, can pick up a GPS-only version for as little as $279.
Apple has just added a new basketball drama series from Kevin Durant’s media company and Imagine Entertainment’s Brian Grazer. The new series, Swagger, will be based on Durant’s time playing basketball in Washington, DC during his childhood.
You might need your HomePod’s serial number when you register the product or seek help from Apple Support. You can also easily see the version of the software HomePod is currently running, which might be useful before deciding whether to install a new firmware for the smart speaker.
“Hey Siri, what’s it going to take to get inside this thing?” Probably something sharp. Following HomePod’s launch in the US, UK and Australia last Friday, repair experts over at iFixit have taken apart their Siri-powered accessory to offer an interesting look at its innards.