Apple may still care about the Mac, but this year it's been pretty hard to tell.
Wall Street analysts want to talk about growth, and Apple didn’t grow much last quarter. But Tim Cook isn’t worried—he’s got the perfect plan.
Reports that Apple is no longer focused on building its own car don't mean that Project Titan is over, or that Apple didn't learn anything from the process.
How did that happen, wonders Jason Snell.
With Apple, less is more—the company is known for slashing buttons and ports from their products left and right. We have some guesses on what could be the next to go.
Apple's assistant needs to branch out into the home—well, after it gets better at just understanding what we want.
Version 2.0 of Photos includes some nifty new features that make Apple’s photo manager a serious powerhouse.
When you peel away thousands and thousands of stickers, the dozens of apps just added to iMessage in iOS 10 have some great potential.
We knew the iPhone 7 wouldn't have a headphone jack. What remained to be seen was, could Apple sell it? Jason Snell thinks they did.
Apple has a terrible track record when it comes to creating its own social platforms, but focusing on sharing straight from the iPhone could break the cycle.
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.