Former Apple designer Mark Kawano contradicts some common misconceptions about the roles of design and engineering at Apple, and explains how things really work in Cupertino.
In response to recent complaints about iMessage, Apple told Re/code that it recently deployed a server-side fix that should repair some problems with the messaging service.
You can get a counterfeit iPad USB charger for a lot less than Apple's, but this teardown comparing the two shows that there's no comparison, especially if you prefer to avoid starting fires.
Harry McCracken recaps many of the most prominent rumors of the Apple TV set from the past several years, and analyzes what they have in common. Specifically, that none of them have come true.
With the conclusion of the latest Apple v. Samsung case, Kurt Eichenwald dissects the conflict between the two megalithic technology companies and the run-up to litigation.
In the wake of revelations that Apple conspired with Google and other Silicon Valley giants not to hire each other's employees, the NYT asks: "If Steve Jobs were alive today, should he be in jail?"
What iOS apps are Macworld's staffers loving this month? Fantastical games, music recording devices, and more. Check in with Chris Breen, Serenity Caldwell, and the rest of the crew.
Messrs. Cue and Federighi, Apple's senior vice presidents for services and software, respectively, will headline the second night of the new conference put on by veteran tech journalists Walt Mossberg and Kara Swisher.
In an interview with the Wall Street Journal, Apple CEO Tim Cook says the company is closer than it has ever been to releasing products in an entirely new category.
How so? Because, Walt Mossberg says, the company releases one big blockbuster every couple of years, then a bunch of sequels. And this fall it's blockbuster time.
Just in time for Earth Day, Steven Levy talks to Apple's VP of environmental initiatives, former EPA director Lisa Jackson, about the company's march towards green power across all its facilities.
Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer reportedly has a secret plan: To convince Apple to use her company's mobile-search technology, rather than Google's. (If so, it's not much of a secret anymore.)
A company spokesperson confirmed to Re/code that none of its web services use the OpenSSL software which is at the center of the security uproar.
IDG's annual Global Mobile Survey helps us learn more about how you use your smartphone or tablet. Fill out the survey and you could win one of three Retina iPad minis!
Rich Mogull and Adam Engst explain what the headline-grabbing network-security flaw is all about and what you should (and shouldn't) do about it.