WatchOS 4.2 Brings Apple Pay Cash to the Apple Watch
Apple today distributed watchOS 4.2 to the Apple Watch. In addition to several bug fixes, the updated software adds support for Apple Pay Cash to Apple's wearable. Apple Pay Cash lets people send money directly to one another through Apple's messaging application. The idea is to make it easy for people to pay or repay one another directly. Apple recently added support for Apple Pay Cash to the iPhone via iOS 11.2.
Review: Cases for the Apple iPhone X
Few phones are pricier than Apple's $999 iPhone X. Protecting it with a case is the wise move to prevent heart (and glass!) break.
Top Five Flagship Handsets of 2017
The last twelve months have given us some of the most compelling smartphones ever made. New screen shapes, advanced cameras, and waterproof bodies have improved the everyday experience of those willing to fork over lots of cash for high-end handsets.
Review: Kingston DataTraveler Duo Bolt for iPhone
The Kingston DataTraveler Duo Bolt is a small thumb drive that plugs into the bottom of your iPhone and saves all your photos and videos. If you're looking for a quick way to free up space on your iOS device, the DataTraveler Duo Bolt is ideal in certain situations.
Review: Mikme Mobile Microphone
Smartphones are better than ever at capturing high-quality audio, but nothing beats a dedicated microphone. The Mikme microphone should appeal to videographers, vloggers, musicians, podcasters, and others who want to record the best-possible audio on their iPhone.
Review: IK Multimedia iRig Pro I/O for iPhone
The iRig Pro I/O is a compact audio interface that lets musicians, singers, and podcasters connect their instruments or microphones to Apple iPhones, iPads, and Macs. It takes all the best features of the larger iRig Pro Duo and boils them down to the most essential tools in a highly portable package.