Stay Foolish With the first event of 2021 behind us, let's take a look at what the company announced that may indicate what Apple may be working on for the rest of the year and beyond.
Stay Foolish Apple made a major change to Apple Arcade recently that fundamentally changed the service for the better. Does it mean Apple finally understands what its service should be?
Stay Foolish Recently, reports have surfaced of a few changes to upcoming Apple software intended to fix some persistent issues, and which ought to to help improve the experience of Apple users everywhere. And some of those fixes may arrive pretty soon, to boot.
Stay Foolish What does the future hold for macOS? There are signs in Big Sur, and the move to Apple silicon will surely have an influence. Here's a look at how the Mac operating system can keep going and going.
Stay Foolish As it stands now, the iPad Air outclasses the iPad Pro. Look for Apple to fix that with a faster processor, USB 4, and a Mini-LED screen.
Stay Foolish The $99 HomePod mini may be merely “good enough” compared to the original HomePod, but it actually has a few advantages that the larger speaker didn’t have.
Stay Foolish While patents are only marginally more reliable than tea leaves, there's still a lot to be learned from them about where Apple is putting its time, money, and attention these days.
Stay Foolish The App Store has been a runaway success, but in hitting that high, it's opened itself up to vulnerabilities including scams and other suspect behavior.
Stay Foolish Privacy and security have been selling points for Apple, and the company walks the walk—even if it sometimes misses the mark.
Stay Foolish With a new operating system and a new processor architecture at its heart, it might seem like the Mac is changing. But it’s the same Mac you’ve always known.
Stay Foolish On the eve of Apple’s announcement of Macs powered by its own processors, Dan Moren envisions two different transition paths Apple might take.