If you want to switch to a new carrier, you'll need to make sure your iPhone is unlocked first. Here's how to do it on Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile, Sprint, and Virgin Mobile.
The latest updates to the iPad Pro and iOS are a one-two punch that might finally knock the MacBook Air out of Apple's lineup.
Apple has taken the wraps off High Sierra, the next version of macOS, and while it may be a maintenance release, it still brings some exciting new features.
CNBC reports that Apple has compiled a secret team that is working on streamlining out medical records for the iPhone, turning it into a hub for lab results, prescriptions, and doctor's visits.
CEO Tim Cook confirms that Apple is working on an autonomous driving system, but stops short of saying the company is working on a full-fledged vehicle.
Learn all about the upcoming watchOS 4, including its release date, top features, and biggest changes.
The new $5,000 iMac Pro is the fastest Mac Apple has ever made, with 18-core Zeon processors, Radeon Pro graphics, 128 of RAM, and 10Gbit/s Ethernet.
Apple has released new iMacs that deliver faster processors, better screens, more powerful graphics, and, at long last, Thunderbolt 3.
The Gear 360 is a cool little $230 camera that's perfect for Galaxy S8 owners who want to shoot 4K video or broadcast live.
Gmail and Inbox are both excellent free clients. But which is the best one for your email needs?
Google Assistant is now available on iOS, giving Siri new competition on her home turf. But which voice assistant is better for you?
IKEA's line of smart lights are already affordable, but now they will work with Google Home and Assistant, Amazon Alexa-powered devices, and Apple's HomeKit.
Apple has unveiled a new website and series of videos that highlight several reasons to give up your Android phone and switch to iPhone.
Apple has officially launched its Today at Apple series of retail classes, and it could dramatically change the way we look at Apple stores.
New Apple Music subscribers in Australia, Spain, and Switzerland will now be charged 99 cents to sign up, eliminating the three-month free period.
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