Apple recent announcement makes the iMac faster, but what’s in store in the near future? Jason Snell considers what could happen in a future based on Apple silicon.
Apple announced its third quarter 2020 results. Jason Snell provides some insight about where Apple is and where it might be going next.
Jason Snell breaks down the company’s history by era and how Apple’s business approach and position in the market has varied over the years.
Transitions are opportunities for changes and endings. Could we see the Touch Bar disappear from the MacBook Pro?
Macs with Apple silicon will bring the best of iPhone, iPad, and Mac together.
What’s a Mac, anyway? Apple’s WWDC announcements make us wonder.
Watch Wishes Do Come (True). But will Apple make the ultimate Apple Watch power move?
After a stormy year with macOS Catalina, it's time for stability. Bring on macOS Avalon.
The iPad is Apple’s platform with the most room to grow. Jason Snell hopes that at WWDC, the iPad continues to move forward.
The Mac is still capable, but sometimes the iPad is better at solving certain problems. Jason Snell explains.
Chip transitions give Apple an opportunity to make major changes, like a redesigned iMac and more consumer laptops.
Jason Snell explains how Apple's Q1 2020 financial results show that the company could emerge into a post-COVID-19 world as an even bigger player on the scene.
It weighs as much as a laptop—and works like one. And it’s just one option among many.
Apple is in a unique position to steer our world away from the most negative possible uses of technology and toward a more private and transparent future.
The two tech giants are racing to a new kind of device--from opposite sides.
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