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Chuck La Tournous has a scary story with a happy ending. Whew.
The iPhone 7, like so many Apple products, comes pre-doomed.
This week's roundup includes apps for music, coloring, watching movies, and playing games.
I, for one, welcome our Apple Pay and chipped overlords.
The $49 country-specific watch bands probably aren't reason enough to fly to South America, but they sure are snazzy.
Want to feel super smart? Learn programming basics while solving these brain-teasers.
Five bugs fixed in the latest iOS and OS X releases could allow maliciously crafted images to hijack a device only if a number of hurdles were crossed.
The new keyboard predicts emoji as you type, using Swiftkey's word-predicting technology.
Don't judge things based on rumors.
Apple's device authorization and management tools are a little hidden—Jason Snell explains.
Are you in Apple's Beta Software Program? It's time to install the second public betas for iOS 10 and macOS 10.12 Sierra.
Apple Music, iCloud Music Library, and iTunes Match just got slightly less confusing, and Pokémon Go can't stop.
Apple's iPad Pro stylus is pretty darn great. But it could be better.
We're now spending more time in AR than on Facebook, thanks to Pokémon Go.
Pokémon Go has made us spend more time in augmented reality than on Facebook. But we've been using our iPhones for AR for a while now.
Like its desktop counterpart, Scrivener has the features you need for research and writing projects.
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