The iPhone and iPad user interface has been overhauled for readers of languages like Arabic and Hebrew
Apple puts two factors front and center to secure accounts in iOS and OS X, while suggesting a longer passcode in iOS 9.
This week's roundup of new Mac apps brings you a way to improve your sound, a calendar that won't go away, and all the financial calculations you can handle—and then some.
It's the little things that drive you crazy every day: the shift key, the light-up notifications. Apple's heard the cussing and will fix these problems and more with iOS 9.
Version 2.0 of Swift and upgraded frameworks for Watch apps are on the way
Ever feel like you're trying to talk to someone in a crowded bar on Twitter? This addition to individual tweet pages should make life easier.
Crossy Road, Fantastical 2, and Pacemaker are but a few of the apps to take home a trophy.
You know how Apple always pads its presentations with awesome info slides that disappear as quickly as they appear? Here are the ones you may have missed when you looked down at your iPhone for a hot second.
The new app will let Android switchers transfer all kinds of data and media from their old phone to a new iPhone.
Twitter's Vine app will launch for Apple Watch later this year
Siri gets smarter. Apple Watch gets much more useful. And is Apple Music poised to kill other streaming music services by offering every feature imaginable?
The storage app will let users view and manage what they have stored in Apple's cloud.
Pro developers only have to pay $99 a year to develop for OS X, iOS and Apple Watch
Open sourcing Swift might bring Apple a larger group of developers writing in the programming language.