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Strong iPhone demand once again powers Apple's quarterly earnings

As expected, Apple didn't release specific Apple Watch sales figures.

Numbers for Apple's third quarter FY 2015 earnings call

Apple's earnings call is tomorrow, July 21, and we've got some numbers for you to consider.

Write with ease and peace of mind with Ulysses' new backups

Popular writing environment Ulysses now has a very useful feature.

Popular photo editing title Enlight arrives on the iPad

One of the App Store's most popular image editing tools has gone universal.

Become the most influential gem merchant in Splendor

A popular title from board and card game manufacturer Space Cowboys has come to the digital age.

Quickly charge your iOS device from the sun with Solar Paper

This upcoming accessory allows you to carry a solar phone charger without the bulk.

Fleksy, the ‘fastest, most customizable keyboard,’ goes free

It may sound funny, but these developers think the best way to make a good app better is to make it free.

7 great tips for making the most of Apple Music

If you want to get the most out of Apple Music, these seven tips are a great place to start.

With Apple Music live, Beats is going away gracefully

As Apple Music goes live, we see how Cupertino plans to move subscribers from Beats.

Updated: Viber instant messaging arrives on iPad

The popular instant messaging app has finally come to the iPad, but it's not all roses and puppy dogs.

What you need to do to get Apple Music

There are a few steps you need to take to be ready for Apple Music on June 30.

A guide for ditching Google Android for Apple iOS

This guide will make it easy to migrate from Android to iOS.

Apple Watch is more popular with developers than first iPhone

Apple Watch development is more popular than any of the previous first generation devices.

Apple is fixing the iPad’s Notification Center in iOS 9

Notification Center has always had an awkward presence on the iPad.

Stretch your battery further with iOS 9's Low Power mode

In iOS 9, battery life is supposed to be improved and the new Low Power Mode should give you even more time to get to a charger.

Learn how to set up and use your HomeKit accessories

Apple's latest support guide is all about HomeKit on iOS and the Apple TV.

Multi-user support and split-screen multitasking are reportedly in store for iPad users

Apple is also planning to revamp iOS for the larger screen of the rumored “iPad Pro.”

Apple's iOS holds onto its lead in enterprise, but loses ground in tablet share

Apple's iOS may still be the leader in the enterprise market, but it is losing ground in one respect.

Nintendo decides less is more for its iOS games

You should expect a few hits, not a lot of duds, from the Nintendo/DeNA partnership.

Amid declining tablet sales, Apple launches 'Everything changes with iPad' ad campaign

Apple has launched a new advertising campaign that’s built around the tagline, “Everything changes with iPad.”

Get money and avoid haters in 4 Lanes

A new game on the App Store combines fast-paced racing with a hip hop twist.

4 things Apple should do to help kick start iPad sales

While demand for the iPhone continues to skyrocket, tablet sales have actually declined compared to the same time period in 2014.

Trust your instincts in the unique challenge of Blindfolded

Blindfolded is a unique game that pits you against mazes without the benefit of eyesight.

Avernum 2 is gone from the App Store and iOS 8.3 is to blame

Avernum 2: Crystal Souls HD was removed from the App Store almost as soon as it launched, due to changes in iOS 8.3.