The New York Times has made a startling discovery. From 2009.
Apple's home-baked browser gets some nice little touches to let you search smarter and speed up entering passwords, form fields, and credit card numbers.
Apple says it will protect its customers information. Naturally, huge fail.
Did Apple have problems this week? Sure. Were they unusual? Not so much.
A day after pulling the flawed iOS 8.0.1, Apple issues the 8.0.2 update that reinstates the earlier update's fixes and improvements.
How do you make the iPhone pale in comparison? Pretend that you can get a mythical Android phone that has every possible feature.
In the bad old days, Apple allowed iOS installer files to pile up. That's no longer the case but some people still want them. Chris Breen provides a way to automatically create them.
Who likes being condescended to?!
Apple announced some stuff. Let's go to the pundit playbook.
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