Category: Apple News


Fix Wi-Fi Problems in OS X Yosemite

Some Mac users who upgraded to OS X Yosemite have discovered a variety of wireless network connectivity issues, ranging from dropping wi-fi connections, to an inability to connect to the outside world despite being connected to a wifi router, even suddenly and strangely slow internet speeds. These network issues seem to occur most often on … Read More

Fix Wi-Fi Problems in OS X Yosemite

Some Mac users who upgraded to OS X Yosemite have discovered a variety of wireless network connectivity issues, ranging from dropping wi-fi connections, to an inability to connect to the outside world despite being connected to a wifi router, even suddenly and strangely slow internet speeds. These network issues seem to occur most often on … Read More

Two major pharmacy chains have stopped supporting Apple Pay as merchants in the U.S. take sides on which mobile wallet platform to embrace. Reports from a couple days ago revealed that Rite Aid had started disabling its NFC terminals, thereby… Read more ›

Apple Pay is here at last. With U.S. customers giving the new payment method a try, results — and opinions — vary widely. In this week’s news roundup, we talk about Cult of Mac’s first day with Apple Pay, the… Read more ›

There’s some extremely hot offers at Cult of Mac Deals that are ending in the coming hours. We thought it would be a smart idea to highlight those offers one last time. Big savings can be had right now on… Read more ›

Why Apple Pay is the future

Critics are fond of saying Apple doesn’t innovate any more. But Apple’s new electronic payment system, Apple Pay, is innovation of the highest order. After a relatively smooth rollout this week, I honestly believe Apple Pay is the future of… Read more ›

  So you don’t have to slog through a lake of reviews and tips to find something you’re just going to put down after 10 minutes, Cult of Mac has waded through the web to compile our weekly list the… Read more ›

Third-party keyboards like SwiftKey and Swype vastly improve touchscreen typing in iOS 8, but sometimes you need to go that extra mile to really express yourself. Sometimes you need to send text messages in Klingon, or get your point across… Read more ›

Well, here’s one for the record books. Apple just rejected a developer’s app for violating its policies against pornographic content. Nothing weird about that, except for the way that Apple went about it: by sending that developer pictures of a… Read more ›

Tim Cook may be the Apple CEO we picture when we think of the mission to make Apple a “force for good” in the world, including enhanced accessibility for deaf users. But Steve Jobs was the person who first got the ball… Read more ›