You can’t even discuss cellular services these days without at least mentioning 5G – the most current cellular standard that ships with most phones today.
If you live in the middle of nowhere, then buying a cellular signal booster might be in the back of your mind. In many cases, these can improve your cellular reception by using a larger antenna to capture a distant signal and rebroadcasting it closer your iPhone. However, it’s important to get one that’s compatible with the cellular bands your carrier uses.
When attempting to measure your iPhone’s wireless signal strength, be it cellular or Wi-Fi, you will often see dBm (decibel milliwatts) used for the unit of measure for your received signal strength.
tvOS 15.4 lets your Apple TV join captive Wi-Fi networks, which are networks that require additional sign-in steps like in hotel rooms, with a little help from your iPhone or iPad.
Be sure to watch our latest video tutorial featuring handy Beats Fit Pro tips and tricks that will come in handy when setting up and using your newly-purchased wireless earbuds.
In this quick video review, we compare the $199 Beats Fit Pro wireless headphones to the $249 AirPods Pro. Which ones are a better buy? Our comparison video offers the answer.
If Apple Pay Touch ID authentication isn't working on your Intel-based or Apple silicon Mac, this is by design. Here's what you need to know.
Like so many other smartphones on the market today, iPhones support NFC (near field communication) capabilities. NFC is frequently used by Apple Pay and by compatible NFC tags.
With iOS 15, HomePod gets several new features like creating a stereo pair from two HomePod minis, controlling media playback on your Apple TV with Siri on your HomePod and much more. Here's everything new, enhanced and improved in HomePod Software version 15.
There are so many different jailbreak tweaks out there that it can be a substantial challenge for those just now joining our community to decide where they should start with respect to customizing their pwned iPhone or iPad.
Apple is reportedly going to update the iPad Pro next year, and among the changes is a slight redesign to support letting you charge your iPhone or AirPods via the back of the tablet.
Apple is reportedly developing a new inductive charging mat that could wirelessly charge multiple devices at once. On top of that, Apple is researching new charging technologies.