Some people really, really want the iPhone X, but a lot of people will buy the iPhone 8. Either way, Apple wins.
iOS 11 is a must-have for any iPad user—it'll increase your productivity. It's great for iPhone users, too.
Notes might be the most versatile app on your iPhone and iPad, and now it gets document scanning, handwriting recognition, and more.
iOS wouldn't be where it's at if it weren't for third-party apps. Now the App Store does more to help you find the app you need.
iOS 11 uses new video and photo formats that will help save storage space. And Apple has figured out how to make sure you can use those files on non-iOS 11 devices.
New touch keyboards in iOS 11 make it easier than even to type your text messages, tweets, documents, and more.
Apple Maps has new features that help it catch up to Google Maps and Waze. And a new feature will help keep iPhone users safe while driving.
iOS 11's Control Center will require a little bit of adjustment for frequent users of iOS 10's Control Center. But the changes are for the better.
Drag and drop in IOS 11 will make you more productive, as long as you use your iPad. On the iPhone, it's another story.
With iOS 11's multitasking support, you'll need to learn new gestures, but in the end you'll be more productive.
Apple has always made design a product priority, but the company has reached new heights with its latest products.
The new iPhone X changes the way you use your iPhone. Jason Snell takes a look at the new UI, Animoji, and more.
If a few of the rumors of the next-generation iPhone are true, some of Apple’s previous decisions start to be part of a much bigger story.
While the future of productivity-boosting tech on Apple’s platforms is in flux, Jason Snell is confident that the future is bright.
We've had 17 years of OS X/macOS, and 10 years of iOS. It's time to think about the next ten years and beyond for Apple's two main operating systems.