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.
An iPhone-free, untethered Apple Watch may be on the horizon, but watchOS will determine if it’s worth the extra monthly bill. Jason Snell explains.
The Logi Create is a solid laptop-style keyboard, but the iPad Pro isn't a laptop and shouldn't try to be one.
It’s always there and it’s often overlooked, but the menu bar is a very useful part of the Mac operating system.
After Apple's latest quarterly earnings call, we got a hint that Apple has a surprising hit product on its hands.
Apple made $10 billion last quarter, but the rapid growth of 2015 has slowed, and Q2 2016 saw the first decline in year-over-year revenue in 13 years.
We don't know what it'll look like, but whatever it is, the Apple Car points the way ahead.
One of the things holding back the iPad and iPhone as computer replacements is the hassle of managing files.
Until 3D Touch is more ubiquitous, developers have no reason to make it anything more than an Easter egg.
On Apple's 40th anniversary, Jason Snell marvels at how its products have shaped his life and career.
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