iPhone Math

The best free iPhone and iPad math apps for kids

Math Apps for Kids - Moose Math Counting

Educational apps for iPhone and iPad are plentiful. And it’s with good reason. Putting a device in the hands of your child can help teach them something new or practice what they’ve already learned. And since math can be a difficult subject for kids of any age, using a teaching tool that makes it more enjoyable for them is a great way for them to learn.

If you’re thinking about getting a math app for your child, we’ve assembled a terrific list. All apps are available for free but some come with in-app purchases for extra features - like many free apps. But this gives you a wonderful way to try out the app to see if you and your child like it before spending any money.

Apple finally brings a native Calculator app to the Apple Watch in watchOS 6

One of my biggest beefs with the Apple Watch for the longest time has been the lack of a native Calculator app much like what you’d expect to find on your iPhone’s Home Screen. Fortunately, Apple is finally resolving this issue with watchOS 6, which Apple announced today at WWDC 2019.

As shown in the screenshot example above, watchOS 6 will incorporate a full-blown calculator interface into the Apple Watch, allowing you to perform basic mathematic calculations right from the comfort of your wrist. The interface should look mostly familiar to iOS users, as it gets many of its design cues from the iPhone’s Calculator app.

iPhone 5S and 5-inch iPhone 6 reportedly spotted at Apple supplier

The rumor mill has been on fire over the past 2 months with talk of Apple's next-generation handsets. And so far there's been 3 recurring theories: an iPhone 5S, a 'budget' iPhone for emerging markets, and an iPhone 6 with a larger 4.9-inch display.

Well today we're adding another point for the first and last theories. A new report out of China claims that both a familiar-looking iPhone 5S, and an all new iPhone 6 with a near-5-inch display have been spotted in one of Apple's supplier factories...

Analyst: Apple is ‘leaving money on the table’ by not pursuing phablets

With half the respondents voting for an Apple phablet in our non-scientific poll and the growing number of pundits making the case for a 5+ inch form-factor iOS device, little wonder that analyst are joining the fray and calling for a jumbo-sized iPhone. A good example is Sterne Agee's Shaw Wu, who opines that Apple is losing out by not pursuing a phablet of its own.

We're not sure what to make of this. Apple under Steve Jobs stubbornly stuck with the '3.5 inch fits all' philosophy. With the iPhone 5, four inch became the new 3.5 inch. But with the growing number of users yearning for an even larger iPhone and with ten million Galaxy Notes shipped in 2012 and another ten million expected in 2013, maybe analysts are right...

New theory makes a case for a larger iPhone

It's easy to write off the recent rumors of the iPhone Plus (English translation of 'iPhone Math') as 'crazy.' After all, Apple just increased the iPhone's screen size to 4-inches last year, why would they go to 4.9-inches now and force developers to redesign their apps again?

Well according to the latest theory to make its way around the blogosphere, they wouldn't necessarily have to. Apple could theoretically make an iPhone with a 4.94-inch display, while keeping the iPhone 5's resolution, and developers wouldn't have to change a thing...

Don’t worry, the ‘iPhone Math’ moniker won’t stick

When I woke up this morning to the iPhone Math rumor, I was like 'iPhone what?' As insane as that purported moniker sounds, some did fall for it and took the story as is. But do you really believe Apple would adorn a refresh of its iconic smartphone with such a stupid name? Yes, the Power Mac G4 Cube also wasn't the best moniker to begin with, but what on Earth is the 'iPhone Math' supposed to stand for?

Not to worry, a well-connected Apple blogger has now called into question both the trustworthiness and knowledgeability of the sources who pretentiously claim to even know an upcoming iPhone’s name...

Apple rumored to unveil ‘iPhone Math’ with 4.8-inch display in June

Despite the fact that Apple just launched the iPhone 5 in September of last year, talk of the next iteration of the handset has already started to accumulate. It seems like we hear rumors regarding the next-gen iPhone on a weekly basis.

The latest report claims that Apple is actually planning on unveiling three new handsets this year. It says that the first two, the iPhone 5S and the 'iPhone Math,' will launch in June, and a third, unknown model, just before Christmas...