Apple is no longer the company you thought it was. Its recent deals show that the company is serious about relying on other revenue streams besides hardware sales.
What can Apple do to improve the iPhone, iPad, and iOS in 2019? Jason Snell has a few ideas.
2019 could be a year where everything changes for the Macintosh. Jason Snell explains.
Jason Snell ended last year with hopes and dreams for 2018. Here's a look at what became reality and what didn't.
The Apple Pencil isn't just for artists and hand-note-takers. It just needed better software and hardware to broaden its appeal.
The Apple Music-Amazon Echo deal could be a sign of things to come for Apple TV. Jason Snell explains.
Expanding the Apple TV ecosystem could turn out to be key to the success of Apple’s upcoming video service.
The new iPad Pro hardware is great and Apple needs to invest in upgrades for iOS to take advantage of it. Here are a few ideas for new features.
Apple’s approach to iPads and iPhones may dramatically change how we shop for Macs in the future.
The role of magnets in products such as the Apple Watch, the iPhone, and now the iPad, has grown. How do they work?
It’s worth reading between the lines of the federally-mandated financial disclosure tables and listening to the specifics of the Apple’s ritual phone call with financial analysts to see what else is on the company’s mind.
Jason Snell got his hands on a new iPhone XR. Here are his thoughts after a few hours with the phone.
It's a huge shot in the arm for the iPad Pro and another sign of where Apple’s platforms are going in the future
If the iPad Pro adds USB-C, iOS needs to add better device support to make it work.
The key to the watchOS user interface needs isn’t getting the attention it deserves from Apple.
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