Tag Archive: Features


This week: Apple might be eyeing 2020 for their first car, but you can catch our most wanted features and price expectations right now. Plus: Cupertino pay massive bonuses to poach top talent; the insane acceleration of Tesla’s new electric… Read more ›

ICYMI: Top Features We Want To See In An Apple Car

An Apple Car? Yep, you know it! Cupertino is all abuzz with latest evidence that the fruit-flavored computing company is taking a run at the highway with a possible new iCar, and we’ve got Lewis with the features we’d like… Read more ›

If Apple really is working on a car, what would it look like? And what would we want it to look like and do? The growing chorus of rumors about Apple’s possible automotive ambitions — and the hard facts about… Read more ›

When I reviewed the first-generation JBL Charge back in 2013, I called it a “colorful pill of a speaker that looks almost like, as an accessory, it leaped out of a new iPod touch commercial.” I loved it for its… Read more ›

It’s time for another weekly dose of all the great stuff from our intrepid news hounds and reporters within the digital confines of Cult of Mac Magazine. Buster has the lowdown on eight of the hot new features in Apple’s… Read more ›

8 awesome features in Apple’s new Photos for Mac

Apple is finally letting developers get their hands on Photos today, the long-awaited successor to iPhotos that was revealed at WWDC 2014. The new app is a complete revamp of iPhotos, allowing Mac users to organize, edit, share, and print… Read more ›

CloudMagic’s best features now cost $4.99 a month

CloudMagic has long been my favorite third-party email client on Android and iOS, thanks mostly to its excellent cross-platform support that makes managing email on different devices incredibly simple. But thanks to its latest update, some of the terrific features we’ve… Read more ›

CloudMagic’s best features now cost $4.99 a month

CloudMagic has long been my favorite third-party email client on Android and iOS, thanks mostly to its excellent cross-platform support that makes managing email on different devices incredibly simple. But thanks to its latest update, some of the terrific features we’ve… Read more ›

With iOS 8, Apple has been showing a lot more indecision about what kind of app extensions, keyboards, and widgets are and aren’t allowed under the developer guidelines. This has caused even popular apps like PCalc and Drafts to have… Read more ›

The thing about robots in science fiction, especially recently, is that they’re often portrayed as living in a clean, distant future. The brilliance of Neill Blomkamp is his gritty, dirty, realistic portrayal of the future, and he’s bringing us a… Read more ›