Apple's macOS Monterey 12.3.1 update brings Bluetooth fixes for game controllers and resolves issues with external displays on some Macs.
Apple's Beats Pill+ speaker is making a comeback after being discontinued recently, with a new limited-edition model arriving later this week.
Nine times out of ten, you’re going to see jailbreakers using older iPhones with not-so-current versions of iOS on them, and this tends to pose an issue when you’re also trying to get the latest and greatest Apple Watch and load the newest version of watchOS on it.
Apple is issuing minor software updates to several of its platforms today. The primary goal is to fix some lingering issues across the board. However, it doesn't look like there are any major forward facing features in the mix this time around.
Earlier this year, after the public launch of macOS Monterey 12.2, some MacBook Air and/or MacBook Pro owners that utilize Bluetooth noticed a bug, rather than an improvement. That bug causes the MacBook that has Bluetooth enabled to drastically drain the battery while the machine is in sleep mode. Which is less than ideal.
A new app works around the MacBook battery drain issue in macOS Monterey 12.2 which happens overnight due to a Bluetooth bug continually waking your notebook from sleep.
Are you trying to use your AirPods with your Apple Watch for calls, music, etc., and it fails repeatedly? Let's show you how to solve this problem and ensure you can connect your AirPods with your Apple Watch.
Bluetooth limitations are holding back Apple's AirPods, but the company may be working on a proprietary solution to overcome the annoying limitations of the wireless standard.
When you place or receive a phone call on your iPhone, the speaker option can be incredibly useful when you don’t plan to hold the handset up to your ear.
If you have any of Apple’s Bluetooth earbud or headphone offerings that support active noise cancellation and transparency mode, then you already know just how useful these features can seem. On the other hand, these features need to be toggled manually by the end user, which takes some of the ‘magic’ out of them.
Depending on how you use your iPhone or iPad, you might have a preferred way to listen to audio in one app that differs from how you listen to audio in another app. For example, you might prefer using a Bluetooth speaker for the Music app, but prefer using your AirPods to listen to YouTube video how-tos, etc.
It’s no secret that the Apple Watch is a convenient accessory for the iPhone, but even so, it tends to use the Bluetooth radio for most file transfers. This can sometimes be unbearably slow, especially when the transfer involves large or several files at one time.