With the maturity of the smartphone market, Apple may be taking a different approach to upgrading iOS.
Preventing water damage not only keeps customers happy, but benefits Apple itself.
Apple makes products people want to buy, whether they also use the company's services or not.
Apple Music and Apple News attempt to get to know you. Not so much with the new Apple TV.
Mac developers have been frustrated with many limitations of the store for years, and it certainly doesn't seem to be getting a lot of attention from Apple.
Dan Moren's Apple Watch isn't getting any younger, and it isn't getting any faster either, even with watchOS 2.
Is the rebirth of the 4-inch iPhone on the horizon? It's not as far-fetched as it may seem.
The services group made $5.1 billion in revenue last quarter. Time to invest in better performance.
International roaming charges are too darn high. But Apple could shake up the status quo if it brings the Apple SIM from the iPad to the iPhone.
Apple says its new remote can turn on your TV and adjust the volume. If only that were enough...
One device to rule them all, or a different tool for every job?
Apple's iWork apps—Pages, Keynote, and Numbers—aren't yet compatible with iOS 9's multitasking features for the iPad, which could mean trouble.
While iOS 9 and the latest batch of iPads have some impressive productivity features, there are some things that the MacBook just does better.
Now that Apple has invited developers to the party, expect to see more frequent updates of tvOS and the Apple TV itself.
Sure, having an affordable way to get a brand new iPhone every year is awesome. But Apple is the real winner with this plan.