iPhone

It’s a matter of apples to Apple

In 2007, Greg Allan made a wise decision.
The fourth-year student bought his first Macbook and, close to that time, shares of Apple Inc.Continue...

Point/Counterpoint: Should little kids use technology?

In today’s increasingly digital age, we’re constantly plugged in and connected to everything around us. Because we’re surrounded by screens for much of our daily lives, it’s easy to stay immersed in social and data exchanges, and natural to feel overwhelmed and overstimulated by our devices.Continue...

Recapping Apple's lackluster iPhone XS and XR reveal

This month, Apple announced a line of new products, including the iPhone XS, XS Max, and a more affordable alternative, the iPhone XR. If the tech giant’s release of new phone models is news to you, you’re not alone—the launch flew largely under the radar, and for good reason.Continue...

Eight reports of iPhone theft at Ale House

Kingston Police received eight complaints of iPhone theft this past weekend at the Ale House.Continue...

A way to QTap into your schedule

What started as a first-year project has turned into an iPhone app for Queen’s students.Continue...

5 useful apps for students

With the first week of the school year in full swing students have a lot on their minds. Fortunately, there are several apps available for iPhones and Androids to keep the average university student cool, calm and collected.Continue...