Why would anyone buy a PC, when the Mac smiled back?
So many Apple Watch killers, so little Apple Watch death.
Apple's philosophy is different than Microsoft's and that's OK.
Mac developers have been frustrated with many limitations of the store for years, and it certainly doesn't seem to be getting a lot of attention from Apple.
Sometimes things aren't worth deconstructing.
From software quirks to autocorrect woes, the iPad Pro can be tricky to type on whether you're tapping on glass or a real keyboard.
Tim Cook's failings are easy to see if you put on these special glasses. A tin foil hat doesn't hurt, either.
A new survey shows startling results! Supported by too little detail!
Several Mac developers woke yesterday to find customers unable to use software sold via the Mac App Store (MAS) after Apple let a digital certificate lapse. But security wasn't breached.
The Apple TV's limit of one paired Siri Remote is holding it back...and preventing the iPhone from acting as that second Siri Remote.
Dan Moren's Apple Watch isn't getting any younger, and it isn't getting any faster either, even with watchOS 2.
The iPad Pro is here and Tim Cook's comments on it are causing a stir.
These are some magical arguments against Apple's continued success.
The dream of the '90s is alive in tvOS...or it should be, anyway.
Google and Bing take you to a site that purports to have the OS X software download you need. Go elsewhere, for your safety.