Don't-Miss WWDC Stories
Developers at the Apple WWDC event enthusiastically applauded the introduction of the new Swift programming language
Soon you'll be able to ask Siri to close your garage door, and have your house light up as you approach.
At every WWDC keynote, Apple execs drop a slew of numbers to demonstrate Apple's continued health. Here's this year's report card.
With Yosemite Apple simplifies and speeds up Safari and lets you mark up Mail images as well as upload enormous attachments.
From home automation to fingerprints, Apple delivers a basket of goodies for third-party developers, which could eventually mean a bunch of goodies for regular users, too.
Missed the keynote? Here are the highlights.
Due out this fall, Apple's latest mobile device promises a lot of new features and enhancements. Here are the ones that caught our eye.
Early partners for the new Health app include Nike, the Mayo Clinic, and Epic Systems.
Mavericks replacement to ship for free this fall, featuring updated UI, new Notifications, smarter Spotlight, and more.
Jason Snell, Dan Moren, and Serenity Caldwell will be live in San Francisco for Apple's 2014 developer's conference keynote.
We've been publishing our hopes for changes and improvements in iOS 8. In this final installment, we cover the OS and Home screen in general.
With WWDC imminent, we're covering changes and improvements we'd like to see in the next version of iOS. This installment covers FaceTime, Maps, Messages, and Music.
Serenity Caldwell and Chris Breen discuss Apple's rumored home automation moves, hacked Aussie iCloud accounts, and kids and old computers.
If you want to catch next week's WWDC keynote live, Apple is hosting a stream that kicks off at 10 a.m. Pacific on June 2.
The mobile version of Safari is pretty great as mobile browsers go, but perfect it's not. As we await the next version of iOS, here are the changes and improvements we'd like to see in Apple's mobile browser.