If touchscreens are the future, than Apple may be missing an opportunity to grow.
Sometimes in a rush to detail Apple's failings, mistakes get made.
If the Touch Bar really can’t ever be used except on your laptop’s built-in keyboard, it's hard to see it becoming a Mac staple.
AirPod sales are great! Uh-oh!
Even the good stuff must be bad.
Who needs a new Mac Pro when you can have Carpool Karaoke?
Jason Snell's current favorite speaker needs to take steps to avoid becoming as obsolete as his last favorite speaker.
You can criticize Apple. Just use better examples.
Probably not based on historical evidence.
Or maybe the two-sided coin explanation is too simple.
If Apple insists on making its devices thinner and lighter, there simply won't be enough room for batteries that last all day in real-world situations.
It’s the time of year when tech companies and the media flock to Las Vegas for the Consumer Electronics Show. But not Apple, and for good reason.
Apple can do no right.
Even the Macalope is running out of fresh jokes about this annual exercise.
Apple should stop neglecting its desktop Macs, give users more control over data usage, say goodbye to spinning drives, and more.