One Intel processor for the heavy lifting, and another ARM chip to tackle low-power tasks to save battery life: It could work.
Apple’s fast-growing Services business is also its weak spot.
If touchscreens are the future, then Apple may be missing an opportunity to grow.
Who needs a new Mac Pro when you can have Carpool Karaoke?
It’s the time of year when tech companies and the media flock to Las Vegas for the Consumer Electronics Show. But not Apple, and for good reason.
Apple doesn't announce products too far in advance, but it has teased a few areas of interest.
When a machine lives on your desk and stays plugged in, making it thinner or hiding the cables aren't enough to satisfy power users.
True, the ultra-luxe gold Edition is a thing of the past, but the fitness-forward Series 2 still packs plenty of style.
The iPhone and Apple Watch are already capable travel companions, but improvements to Maps, Apple Pay, and SIM-switching would go a long way.
Apple may be discontinuing its AirPort line of routers—or maybe just reinventing them as something new.
Whether it's for a smartphone application like Camera, or even part of Project Titan, there are plenty of reasons for Apple to pursue AR.
Apple thought we needed apps on our wrists, but we didn't. Will a touchscreen on the MacBook Pro's keyboard prove more useful?
The company has announced a smattering of original content and an app to help you find stuff to watch. What's next?
It's been a while since Apple overhauled the MacBook Pro, and the way we interact with our technology has subtly shifted in the meantime.
Siri and most of the other voice-based assistants on the markets are still far from that "uncanny valley" moment.