Mail Drop takes the hassle out of emailing huge files, and Messages lets you send your own voice.
Software titan Ray Ozzie's new app offers live calling, but there's little else to distinguish this messaging app from what the iPhone already does natively.
Apple's chat app can now send audio recordings, and it's got some welcome tools for taming unruly group convos.
Claims that iMessage is being overrun by spam are, at best, premature--and, at worst, inaccurate.
Third-party IM apps and older versions of iChat will no longer be able to log in with Mac.com or Me.com screennames.
One of the ways Apple keeps its customers so satisfied, John Moltz argues, is by owning the experience--something no other company has quite managed to pull of.
At next week's WWDC Apple is expected to unveil the latest update to the Mac OS, version 10.10. In keeping with the 'tens' theme, here are ten improvements we'd like to see in the desktop OS.
With WWDC imminent, we're covering changes and improvements we'd like to see in the next version of iOS. This installment covers FaceTime, Maps, Messages, and Music.
In response to recent complaints about iMessage, Apple told Re/code that it recently deployed a server-side fix that should repair some problems with the messaging service.
Apple's choice not to open up its popular communication platforms has some downsides, but on the whole has resulted in a safe environment in which privacy reigns supreme.