Someday one port will seem like one port too many.
Intel's dominance of the PC market just led it to lay off 12,000 people, but Apple is smart enough to hedge its bets.
Cars are more than design and technology. They're also about service and infrastructure.
A few third-party apps let you search for words you wrote with the Apple Pencil, but real handwriting-to-text translation across iOS would be even better.
Making Apple Pay available for digital purchases could be a game changer.
Voice control and simplified interfaces are two key ways to keep technology from becoming so complicated it loses its convenience factor.
Small, medium, large is the dominant paradigm for a reason, people.
There's no better time to make the Mail apps more secure, proactive, and integrated with the other ways we communicate.
Siri is on nearly every Apple device but the Mac, but its debut on the desktop has the potential to change everything.
Apple might get an assist from the government in the "battle for Input 1."
HomeKit is a great start, but it isn't the connected home hub we've been looking for.
It's always iPhone this and iPad that, but as the sturdy workhorse of Apple's lineup, the Mac deserves some praise.
In this week's Q1 2016 earnings conference call, Tim Cook said just a few words about VR, but the words he chose say a lot.
The rumored new features just aren't that exciting.
With the maturity of the smartphone market, Apple may be taking a different approach to upgrading iOS.