Apple announced this week that it would be expanding its presence in a number of U.S. cities, and Dan Moren's reading the tea leaves to see what that means about its business.
Apple seems to believe that each of its products is used by one person and one person only. Dan Moren thinks it’s time ithe company was disabused of that notion.
Apple’s latest features don’t always make it to all of the company’s products. Here are three examples of tech that Dan Moren thinks should make the jump from one platform to another.
In the wake of Apple’s blazing new iPad Pro, Dan Moren thinks the Mac’s switch to Apple-designed processors is coming, and soon.
This week’s Apple event saw the revival of two product lines, but it also hinted at the end of the road for some of Apple’s technologies.
With new iPads and possibly a new MacBook on the horizon, next week’s Apple event will tell us where the company’s mobile computing strategy is headed.
Sure, we’re all expecting new iPads and Macs at Apple’s October event, but Dan Moren thinks there are a few smaller things to keep your eyes out for too.
Google unveiled a lot of new hardware this week, and while Dan Moren’s not about to give up his Apple devices, there are some features that Cupertino could implement.
While one of Mojave's signature features involves running iOS apps on the Mac, Dan Moren thinks the latest macOS update proves Apple is still interested in keeping the Mac a tool for power users.
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.
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.