Like any big company, Apple needs to make choices about where to puts its resources. But some product gaps are going unserved.
Beyond the obvious new features announced last week, Dan Moren thinks you can start to see the shape of a few of Apple's plans to come.
After a week of big announcements, Dan Moren takes a look at where things are headed.
Dan Moren runs down his list of the announcements he’ll be looking (and hoping) for at WWDC19.
Everybody’s talking about what Apple might show off at WWDC, but here’s what Dan Moren thinks won’t make the cut.
The MacBook doesn’t have the only keyboard in need of fixing.
Apple might benefit from following the lead of one of its most prominent frenemies.
Tidbits from Apple’s financial conference call points towards interesting developments in its non-iPhone products.
With rumors of mice and trackpads coming to iOS, Dan Moren thinks the time is right for a change in the Mac user interface.
There’s a lot of grim speculation surrounding iOS apps transplanted to the Mac, but Dan Moren thinks there’s some reasons for optimism, too.
Many people won’t miss iTunes if it’s broken up, but Dan Moren thinks there are features worth salvaging.
With the death of AirPower, Dan Moren has his eye on three other Apple products that could present challenges in the year to come.
Apple's show time event might have looked different, but at the end of the day it's still all about keeping you in Apple's world.
Apple has been pretty successful at building new products from the bones of old ones.
With the announcement of WWDC19, it’s time to start thinking about how Apple will set its priorities at its biggest software event of the year.