With 2019 rapidly dwindling before us, Dan Moren runs down Apple’s biggest moves over the past twelve months.
After focusing a lot of time and energy on pro Mac users, Dan Moren thinks that consumer Macs could use a little love too.
With this year’s iPhones already on the market, rumors for the next two years of Apple’s smartphones have already started to bloom.
Just in time for the holiday, Dan Moren’s been thinking about the Apple software features he can’t live without.
Signs point to Apple changing its development practices to combat software bugginess, but Dan Moren thinks there’s a lot more the company could be doing.
The new 16-inch MacBook Pro proves that Apple is hearing its customers, and sometimes even reacting to them.
As Apple’s newest wearable device, the AirPods Pro may point to how Apple thinks about other wearable devices, like an AR headset.
Apple’s most recent quarterly financial results spotlights a few successful areas where the company is spending money to make money.
Apple has made a lot of changes in the recent versions of its operating systems, but Dan Moren thinks the company hasn’t always done a great job of communicating them.
With the fall tech events behind us, it’s time to see what Google and Microsoft have brought to the table.
Apple’s other devices have grown up and are here to bring their own unique strengths to support the Mac.
In iOS 13, Siri can work with two major new kinds of apps, and Dan Moren thinks it takes us one step further down the road towards the virtual assistant we want.
With Apple TV+ on its way on a variety of platforms, Dan Moren wonders if the pricey set-top box still has something to offer.
With Apple’s newest mobile OS available, Dan Moren reads the tea leaves to see where Apple is interested in taking its technology.
It might seem counter-intuitive of Apple to prolong the life of its iPhones, but it’s all part of the company’s cunning plan.