Messages is one of the most popular apps on the iPhone. Yet there are plenty of ways Apple could improve its chat app.
It shouldn't be news that iPhone apps spy on you. That's how they make money. Fortunately, there are a few things you can do about it.
We know that Apple sold fewer iPhones during the holidays than it did the previous year. But digging into Apple's sales figures tells us so much more about the company's phones.
The iPhone X proved a hit even at $1,000, but Apple will have to do a lot more to make the masses give up their old, good-enough iPhones.
There have been some bumps in the road recently with Apple's iOS 12 beta, but that can happen when you're test-driving new software.
My iPhone 6 Plus was great, until its slow performance on iOS 11 pushed me into the waiting embrace of a newer, faster model.
Given the death of the Home button, it's understandable that the iPhone X has a learning curve, but Apple could make things easier with a simple change.
Messenger Day is a Snapchat clone that you can find inside Facebook Messenger, but it feels incomplete without a popular feature.
By showing off the next great apps and telling the stories of the developers who make them, Apple could make people change
Snapchat Memories will give users more options for sharing, editing and remixing their snaps. But isn't the app all about raw moments?
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