Apple should be able to find a middle ground that maintains users' privacy and provides the features that people want.
Samsung didn't quite get to take advantage of the "dull iPhone 7."
Sometimes it just takes dedication.
iMessage extensions let you pair additional security with the convenience of an existing network and contacts—but be wary of and stingy with early adoption.
We were promised single sign-in with tvOS 10 for the Apple TV, but something—perhaps the cable companies—is holding it back.
Apple's software might be comparatively better than you think.
When you peel away thousands and thousands of stickers, the dozens of apps just added to iMessage in iOS 10 have some great potential.
Apple is all about skating to where the puck is going, not where it's been. Here's one theory about Apple's next steps.
Nobody has to go wireless if they don't want, but at least look at the advantages.
How Apple could apply the lessons of its wireless AirPods to the next iPhone, Apple Watch, and even the car.
Recently, Google accidentally pushed out an update to its plug-in that relentlessly asked Mac OS X users to enter their password.
Apple innovations often drive people mad.
Apple is giving "parallel processing" a whole new meaning, doubling up on components to maximize performance and extend battery life.
"The Apple Store is down! The Apple Store is down!" Why must we still do this every time?
We knew the iPhone 7 wouldn't have a headphone jack. What remained to be seen was, could Apple sell it? Jason Snell thinks they did.