A convenience store where you just walk in and take things sounds pretty futuristic and cool—unless you're already sick of being watched the entire time you shop.
A grab-bag of topics this week includes President-elect Trump's wish for Apple to build iPhones in the U.S.—and how Apple is responding so far.
Rumor has it, Apple is getting out of the router game—for good, or just in preparation for a video streamer slash router slash home hub?
Get on the street level and gawk at the floats and balloons with a 360-degree live stream viewable in Chrome, or in the YouTube apps for iOS and Android.
Trump says tax breaks will incentivize Apple to manufacture its best-selling product on American shores.
That's just about all that's known, though, until the sale is unveiled on Friday, November 25.
Free learn-to-code workshops for kids (and parents!) are coming to Apple Stores from December 5 through 11.
Apple's new design book—and its attitude lately—are pretty annoying, but Susie's still really into the MacBook Pro with Touch Bar.
The 13-inch and 15-inch MacBook Pros are naturally thin, fast, and expensive. But the innovative new Touch Bar makes them surprisingly delightful to use.
Susie and Glenn discuss the underwhelming "Escape Edition" MacBook Pro and wonder about the next big Mac innovation.
Siri can be your enforcer the next time someone owes you money.
The entry-level 2016 MacBook Pro—the one without a Touch Bar—compromises on graphics, ports, and RAM speed.
Glenn and Susie discuss their hopes and dreams for the new TV app coming this December, plus more thoughts on the new MacBook Pros.
Avocados! Creepy clowns! An arm taking a selfie! iOS 10.2 is about to turn Unicode 9.0 emoji up to 11.
Apple's newest Mac packs a strip of iOS-style contextual controls into the Touch Bar. There's also a new keyboard and four Thunderbolt 3 ports.
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