Internet provider Frontier treats all new customers who sign up for its new 2 Gigabit Fiber plan to a free Apple TV 4K box. It has another surprise for customers, too.
Apple has launched a free repair program for an issue where the display on a small number of Apple Watch Series 6 units may go blank permanently. Here's how to determine if your device is affected and whether you're eligible for a free repair.
US wireless carrier T-Mobile is kicking off new promotion designed to give customers twelve months of the Apple TV+ service free of charge, a $60 value.
Just in time for “Ted Lasso” Season 2, Apple is now offering both new and existing Apple TV+ subscribers who own a PlayStation 5 six months of Apple TV+ at no charge.
Google has announced that free audio and video calls on Google Meet (formerly Google Hangouts) are now available until June 30 versus the previous cut-off date at the end of March.
If you're a qualifying student who happens to live in the United States or one of the countries where Apple's new time-limited promotion is available—and you are not currently subscribed to Apple Music—you can now get double the standard three months of free Apple Music.
Apple is offering a new limited-time promotion that will see those who check out with Apple Pay in the Panera Bread app earn some free coffee.
If you don't have Apple Music yet and are a fan of TikTok, you can now get four months of free music by signing up for Apple's music-streaming service through the TikTok app.
How about something entirely different? Meet Twidget, a cool app by York, England-based developer James Shaw. This free of charge piece of software is basically an iPhone and iPad widget providing an at-a-glance look at your Twitter timeline right on the Home screen.
According to a new report Wednesday, Apple is mulling keeping its free Apple TV+ access offer after November, when first trial accounts are set to expire, but with a reduced period of time.
Apple last fall began hosting art-based augmented reality experiences in its retail stores as part of its Today at Apple offering, with augmented reality art walks launching in several major cities in the United States. And now, there's a documentary about this interesting project.
"The Banker", the flick that Apple purchased last year about social change and financial literacy, is temporarily available to stream via Apple TV+ without a subscription.