With an Apple event next week, Dan Moren thinks it’s important to go through the products that Apple will probably not show off or talk about on stage.
Apple’s always got ideas up its sleeve, and Dan Moren has taken a look at a handful of technologies the company might be interested in.
Rumors of a “professional” Mac mini have surfaced, but Dan Moren’s not so sure that word means what you think it means.
In recent years, Apple’s decisions in the media and entertainment realm have benefited its customers more and more. Dan Moren thinks this bodes well for the company’s future in the media industry.
While everybody is oohing and ahhing at Apple’s record revenue and blockbuster iPhone sales, Dan Moren’s more interested in the smaller tidbits that Tim Cook let drop on the company’s quarterly financial call.
Moving to a slightly newer Apple Watch has left Dan Moren excited about what this year’s model might bring.
After a decade of the iPhone and App Store, Dan Moren thinks it’s about time Apple let us take our preferred apps into our own hands.
Apple’s products have veered towards the monochrome for the last decade or so, and Dan Moren thinks it’s time that the company start painting with all the colors of the rainbow.
Apple’s set-top box and its OS got very little attention at this year’s WWDC. But Dan Moren has some ideas on how the company could spice up its living room play.
It’s been more than a year since Apple released updates to any of its Mac line and consumers are getting restless. Dan Moren has some thoughts about why that might be and why some things aren’t what they seem.
We focus a lot on the big ticket announcements from WWDC, but Dan Moren wants to take a moment to discuss his favorite smaller enhancements to Apple’s major platforms.
Dan Moren takes a look at recent Apple decisions that would seem to run counter to the company's business model, but may just be its most savvy moves yet.
WWDC is right around the corner, and Dan Moren has some thoughts on improvements he'd like to see in Apple's iOS, tvOS, and watchOS platforms.
Apple’s primed to launch a new version of macOS in a couple weeks, and Dan Moren has a few improvements he’d like to see to the venerable OS.
Apple, unlike many of its competitors, doesn't broadcast its moonshots—the big ambitious projects that aim to change the world. Instead, Dan Moren says, it aims small.