The current file system, HFS+, is starting to show its age. At WWDC 2016, its successor was finally born.
Built-in apps like Stocks, Calendar, and Weather are now in the App Store, and deletable—with some consequences. Apple also hasn't said whether you can replace a built-in app with a third-party app.
WWDC is just days away, and there's a lot to talk about: changes to the App Store, Apple Music, Siri, and some hardware we wish was coming but probably isn't (yet).
Mac OS X, OS X, MacOS—whatever it's called, it's about to get a slew of new features, like Siri, overhauled Photos, and more tools for developers.
Three models of leather bands, each in three colors, will cost $150.
Some 9.7-inch iPad Pro units are showing "Error 56" when updated to iOS 9.3.2, rendering the device unusable. Apple just issued an update.
It's a smorgasbord of topics as we head into WWDC, from ticks and tocks to crowdfunding to cancer rats. But the thing we're most excited about is the rumored demise of the 16GB iPhone.
Why launch a new product to compete with Echo and Google Home, when you can just slap a speaker and microphone into the Apple TV?
The company reportedly won't be exempt from requirements that 30 percent of products be locally sourced.
Pixelmator Team just released a major update to our favorite image-editing app for Mac.
Google I/O is over, and WWDC is about to happen—it's the perfect time to compare Google's approach to Apple's, and wonder what will happen if we move from a mobile-first world to an AI-first one.
This week, Google revealed two upcoming apps for iOS, a clever home appliance, plus a VR platform and machine-learning hardware that could give us a hint at what Apple might be working on.
The new flagship Apple Store in San Francisco has some updated design elements that could someday show up at a store near you.
Glenn and Susie are joined by The iTunes Guy, Kirk McElhearn, for a rousing discussion on why iTunes gives us so much trouble, as well as whether Apple Pay really is faster than those poky chip-and-sign readers.
The new app will debut on Apple TV, then migrate to Android, iOS, OS X, and finally Windows.