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.
A decade later the original iPad is retro, but the iPad platform still feels like the future.
The new iPad Pro has a few notable updates, but it’s not really any faster than the previous model. So why bother with an upgrade? Jason Snell has some theories.
Learn about the tools, techniques, and behaviors that can help you work more efficiently on your Mac or iPad from home.
The iPad's strength is in its adaptability. Adding true mouse support will only add to its power.
How does Apple communicate with its developers if it cancels its developer conference?
It was easier to stay on Intel, but the Mac’s future requires a chip transition. Jason Snell explains.
So we can see files now. Great! Time for smarter AirDrop and default apps.
Mid-cycle feature updates benefit users and developers. Let’s make it a habit.
Apple’s changing focus on services and accessories may mean more low-end buying options
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