This one requires some real mental gymnastics.
Apple headlines for the week ending April 21, 2017.
According to a new report, Apple hired two former Google satellite execs and held talks with Boeing about partnering in a satellite project.
This week's roundup includes a new running app that pits you against friends and competitors across the country, in real time. Plus: Microsoft releases its new To-Do app.
The incidents indicate that Apple is testing eye-adjacent devices.
Suitable height, perfect angle of view when using Facetime and YouTube, makes it so easy to read message and emails.
A spaceman, his broken robot girlfriend, and a universe-spanning adventure.
There’s no free lunch, even in the App Store.
Apple is building a new data center in Denmark, and it has some interesting ideas on how to power the data center with renewable energy, while also giving back to the community.
Apple wants to end its reliance on raw materials to make its products. That means your new devices will be produced from old devices.
Third-party developers can now build apps and websites that can display Live Photos.
Apple and Nike continue their partnership with the Apple Watch NikeLab, which is basically the same as the previous Apple Watch Nike+ models but with a neutral-toned band.
We'll probably be sick of discussing the next iPhone before it's even announced—but it's a nice break from trying to figure out how the Mac Pro lost its way.
Cher probably needs to hard reset her phone. Or update iOS. Or something.
The personal hotspot feature on your iOS device can bail you out when a broadband connection isn't available. Here's how to set it up.