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
A lot can be gleaned from Apple’s financial results announcement, but you won’t get much from the Apple CEO about future products.
The App Store and iWork saved the iPad from being “just a big iPhone.”
Jason Snell says it’s time for Apple to build a product that makes your home smarter and more secure.
Support for external pointing devices in iOS 13 is very much a first draft. In doing so, the platform could reap some surprising rewards.
2019 was a relatively quiet year for the iPhone and iPad. Jason Snell thinks that things could get more interesting in 2020.
2019 was a transitional year for the Mac. Will 2020 be truly revolutionary? Jason Snell has some thoughts.
Every year, Jason Snell makes a combination of predictions and wishes for the next 12 months. How did his 2019 list turn out?
Rumor as it that the 2021 iPhone will not have any ports. Sounds crazy, but it’s not as far-fetched as it seems. But why would Apple do such and thing, and how would the problems it creates be solved?
The Mac Pro is important and it’s platform defining. And unless you’re someone in the extreme high end of the Mac market, you will never use one.
Jason Snell shines a spotlight on some of the accessories that he relies on daily.