Apple's program was only available in-store, but now you can upgrade online.
By Apple standards, 2016 might be a not-so-great year for the iPhone. But 2017 could be huuuuge.
Few developers have taken advantage of watchOS 2's new features, including native app support, so Apple's making it mandatory--and it's retiring watchOS 1.0.
Now you can choose images from your Camera Roll to filter your face.
Two engineering groups may be butting heads over how to scale Siri's back-end to Apple's other services.
Now you don't have to visit the Product Hunt website to stay on top of the latest news.
You don't need time or talent to get started with this guitar.
This is guaranteed to cause controversy.
Forget Hermès bands. Let's think bigger.
The company just picked a pro to look out for its interests on Capitol Hill.
Parse may be gone for good, but Facebook still wants to help developers build apps quickly and easily.
The company will pilot its program in San Jose later this year.
Can Facebook succeed where Google Glass failed?
A slimmer Apple Watch could debut next year, but this year is all about upgraded internals.
The future of finance is automated apps that analyze your accounts and know how much to save and spend.