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iCloud Photo Library’s sync need fixing

It'd be nice if users had more control over syncing to the cloud,

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How Apple’s wearable tech could and should help your health

Apple needs to leverage its technology to help prevent illness and improve quality of life through prevention.

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All specced up and no place to go: Misunderstanding the iPhone

iPhones aren't the best when looked at from this one weird angle.

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How the iPad Pro and iOS 11 will finally kill the MacBook Air

The latest updates to the iPad Pro and iOS are a one-two punch that might finally knock the MacBook Air out of Apple's lineup.

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The worst of intentions: Silly HomePod survey

Other products might sell better than the HomePod and this is terrible news for Apple.

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What iOS 11 reveals about the upcoming iPhone 8

Apple's announcement of iOS 11 might have revealed a few clues about the iPhone 8.

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Burning hunk of love: The Galaxy Note 8 rumor

All hail the coming iPhone killer.

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News you can lose: The last name in Apple analysis

A little research can go a long way. None at all won't get you very far.

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10.5-inch iPad Pro first impressions: If it's not broke, fix it anyway?

For someone who was happy with the 9.7-inch model, the new iPad Pro is an indulgence.

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Dial tone: Predicting iPhone 8 problems

People don't buy iPhones for one and only one reason.

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Summer repeats: Rehashing the same old arguments

Shocking revelation that Apple sometimes charges more for its products.

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Parody is dead: One writer’s joke is another writer’s headline

You can make this stuff up but then they'll just use it.

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Mo’ problems: Apple again goes for that other share

High prices mean more money.

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A winning season: Microsoft does it again

Nobody buys Macs anymore. Too popular.

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WWDC 2017: One more big thing

When watching this year's keynote at Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference, make sure you do one thing: think big.