Jason Snell doesn't want to quit Apple Music—he'd have to buy a couple dozen albums, for starters.
It looks like the next iPhone really won't have a headphone jack, and Jason Snell has feelings.
Besides your iCloud profile, Apple keeps lists of your associated devices in your Support Profile, Find My Friends, and even TestFlight.
New emoji in iOS 10 and macOS Sierra include more gender-specific options, as well as a redesign of the pistol emoji. What's next?
iPad revenue finally increases a little, and Apple is spending a lot on R&D, indicating new products in the pipeline.
Apple's device authorization and management tools are a little hidden—Jason Snell explains.
Introduced in iOS 8, Family Sharing still feels very 1.0.
Beta software isn't for everyone, but if you want to take the plunge, here's Jason Snell's quick and easy guide to testing the waters.
During a handful of keynote presentations, Jobs... lost his cool a little bit on stage, solidifying them in Apple's keynote hall of fame. Here, Jason Snell remembers two such moments.
It's the little things that make the biggest difference, and not everything about Sierra was revealed at the WWDC keynote.
Why does Apple care so much about Messages? Just ask anybody.
Apple introduced so many developer-friendly features and policies, it's clear the company knows it can't grow its platforms on its own.
You used to be able to decide when and why to "pay again" for software you'd already purchased once. As apps move to subscription models, those days are numbered.
The Siri Remote is much better now than it was at launch, for starters.
Apps made for an operating system shouldn't insist on aping the design elements of a totally different operating system.
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