Posts by Griffin Koupal

I want Apple to make an iTV instead of an iWatch

We’ve all heard the rumors: this is finally the year of the iWatch. Tim Cook hinted at the fact that Apple is likely going to enter new markets in 2014, and most speculate that the iWatch is going to be the next big thing out of the Cupertino labs. However, I’ve gotten to the point where I don’t think an iWatch will be necessary. At this point, I’d…

Eddy Cue: new post-Steve Jobs book about Apple contains inaccuracies

‘Haunted Empire’ by Yukari Kane is a brand new book out about the post-Steve Jobs era at Apple. The first reviews of the book are rolling out now, and unfortunately for Kane, the interviews are not necessarily positive. Although stories about Apple are always fascinating, especially in the post-Steve Jobs era in which a lot of the business behind Apple…

5 of today’s top Apple News stories, March 13th – new iPhone ads, March Madness apps, and more…

Today was full of interesting news, mostly surrounding the leaks of what appears to be Apple’s next iteration of iPhone software, iOS 8. However, there was still some interesting news floating around, and we’ve summed up five of the top stories below. 1. Apple releases new interactive iPhone 5c ads online – AppleInsider While normally we cover mostly…

5 of today’s top Apple News stories, March 12th – iAd update, in-app purchase alerts, iPhone return period shortened, and more…

Today was yet another day of interesting news surrounding everyone’s favorite tech company. While a lot of today’s news was centered around the iPhone 6, and the new concept shown off today, there was still some interesting news around the web, and below are five of the more noteworthy stories floating around the web from today. 1. iOS 7.1 brings new…

Apple services temporarily go down, mostly back online now

Earlier today, if you attempted to go to Apple’s website, or access Apple’s online stores such as the iTunes store or the App Store, you may have experienced a strange error message saying that the service was not available. While many who encountered this issue thought they were alone in the error, it was actually an outage in Apple’s DNS. While not…

The iPhone needs a better battery [Editorial]

We’ve all been there. You’re out during the day, it’s early in the afternoon, you check your phone and you’re already at 20%. While this isn’t usually an every day thing (and if so, you should probably get your battery replaced), it’s still an incredibly frustrating moment for every iPhone owner. It can also happen without using the iPhone much, which makes…

Twelve South announces BookBook for iPad Air

If you’ve searched for iPad cases over the past couple of years, odds are you’ve heard of the BookBook case made by Twelve South. The BookBook has been praised as one of the nicest iPad cases on the market, and the cases are known for their tremendous quality. The case has been available for the iPad and iPad mini for quite a while, but today Twelve…

How To: Set Location-Based Reminders in iOS 7

While here at Today’s iPhone we’ve been focusing less on news and more on editorials, every once in a while, it’s worth pointing out a little-known or little-used feature that is available on iOS that could change the way you use your iPhone. Today, I want to focus on a feature that I am personally beginning to use more and more, and that is location-based…

iTunes Festival app gets iOS 7 make over and SXSW information

Apple has been working towards updating everything it operates recently to give it an iOS 7 look and feel, and today that expansion continued with the iTunes Festival app. The app was given the iOS 7 update, as well as adding new information on the Festival at SXSW which is taking place next week, from March 11-15 in Austin, Texas. As noted by…