The iPhone 6 is now available, which of course means people are camping out and waiting in long lines all over trying to get their hands on one.
Devices can take advantage of a new privacy push by Apple.
Chris Stigall talked Dr. William Weaver on Talk Radio 1210 WPHT about Apple’s unveiling of their latest versions of the iPhone and a new smart watch.
Chris discussed the release of the new Apple iPhones and smart watch. He talked to Pam Cornworth from the Ronald McDonald House in Delaware at 6:20, LaSalle Professor William Weaver at 7:00, Author of ‘Reefer Sanity,’ Kevin Sabet at 7:20, Philadelphia Magazine’s Tom McGrath at 8:00, and Phillies Manager Ryne Sandberg at 8:20.
Already, there are promos online for the iPhone 6 — and the company recruited some big names to help sell them.
Last week, we told you about Samsung’s new Galaxy Note: the smartphone-tablet hybrid is set to hit store shelves next month. Today, it’s Apple’s turn — with the iPhone maker expected to announce its own big-screen handheld.
Samsung is showing off several new devices that are expected to be released this fall, including a big smartphone that’s likely to see some competition from Apple in the coming days.
KYW Newsradio social media editor Melony Roy reports daily on what’s trending around the region and the world.
Apple makes some of the most popular smart phones, tablets, and laptops, but when it comes to getting a deal on one, it all depends on where you shop.
It’s not hardware but instead software that Apple is talking up during its developers conference in San Francisco. A free update is coming this fall for Mac desktops and laptops.
The new app ‘Split’ helps users avoid other people at any given time.
This week a beloved author passed, an A-lister was attacked, and two music moguls got $3 billion richer.
Next Monday, Apple will unveil its latest products on stage in San Francisco. But already we’re getting a sense of what the company has up its sleeve — and it has to do with where you live.
Wonders of Life points out the beauty of the world with over two hours of HD video, over 1,000 ultra-sharp pictures and a terrific soundtrack.
Chris discusses a letter sent to the NFL from Democrats in the Senate asking the league to change the name of the Washington Redskins and Jon Stewarts apology to the Phillie Phanatic. He talks to Steve Cordasco on Finance Friday and CBS 3’s Beasley Reece.