iTunes U is more than just lectures, even letting college students to turn in homework without leaving the dorms. Here's how to get started with iTunes U 3.0 on your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch.
What does it all mean? Not much.
Apple headlines for the week ending Aug. 21, 2015.
Apple has acknowledged a manufacturing defect with some of the iPhone 6 Plus models sold late last year, causing photos to look blurry.
Apple's dug itself into a hole with the iPad, but now is the time to change everything (again).
Intuit plans to sell its Quicken unit, the group that creates the personal finance software that made the company famous.
Spotify didn't mean to make it sound like it was forcing you to hand over access to your phone.
Amazon quickly made its mark on the media streamer landscape in 2014, but this year could look a lot different.
Samsung is letting iPhone owners in the U.S. test its latest Galaxy smartphones for 30 days for $1, as it hopes to make a dent in Apple's high-end dominance.
What's makes a whiteboard smart, you may wonder? That would be two pens, a 4K screen, and the ability for anyone in or outside the room to collaborate.
Users are still trying to figure out the latest version of iTunes.
A look at the tweaks to the built-in search engine in OS X 10.11.