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Apple changes the name of its store to better reflect what its retail operations offer.
Find the right case for your iPhone SE with this week’s roundup of new iPhone cases—including new themes for Speck's CandyShell. Read
Get the right tool for the job.
iOS app won’t replace Apple Notes or Evernote, but its simplicity comes in handy.
Square Enix's third Go game follows the strong blueprint of Lara Croft and Hitman.
PDF Expert is an essential part of my iPad Pro workflow, for more than just PDFs.
Glenn and Susie chat about the next iPhone, and the brand-new rumor of a third size for the iPad Pro.
Getting in shape or staying healthy is easier with these apps, whether you're on the go or in your living room.
This week's roundup includes a device that lets you get guidance from your iPhone and keep your eye on the road at the same time.
The no-frills FaceTime competitor is simple to use and gives you a peek at the video right from your lock screen.
Which is better, the Galaxy Note 7 or the iPhone 7? That's a trick question, because the iPhone hasn't even been announced.
Apple's new gun emoji is a symbolic stance against gun violence, so why are people up in arms?
In iOS 10, Apple changed the revolver emoji to look like a squirt toy gun. Critics say that the change will cause confusion, miscommunication, and do nothing to solve gun violence. Here’s why they’re wrong.
The iPad Pro has quickly become a hot new category for Apple, and the company is gearing up to expand on it.
For developers, it’s dev beta 6. For the public, it’s beta 5.
From Steve Jobs to the Apple car, Cook looked back at Apple's past and looked ahead to its future in a wide-ranging interview.