iPhone sales are down, but there’s plenty to be optimistic about. Jason Snell explains.
Jason Snell noticed something strange creeping into his thoughts occasionally while working on his iMac Pro: iOS does many things better.
The next couple of years could be hard for Mac users, because things are going to be strange and different. We’re going to have to learn new ways of doing things
Tips and tricks to help you find what you need on your Mac.
In many instances, a built-to-order iMac with a ninth-generation Core i9 processor is a better performer than the entry-level iMac Pro—and it’s much more affordable. But it all depends on the software you use.
Apple's plans to compete with the likes of Netflix and Amazon hinge on a lot of trust in production executives Zack Van Amburg and Jamie Erlicht.
With the introduction of the new iPad mini and the new iPad Air, the iPad is now Apple’s most coherent and complete product line
The World Wide Web is 30 years old. Here’s a look at Apple’s role in its development.
Jason Snell has a few thoughts on recent reports about Apple’s new video streaming service and the content it will provide.
Competitors such as Spotify are making investments to creep closer to Apple. In the meantime, Apple seems to be doing not much at all.
There is no end to the opportunities for Apple in the home. The company just has to decide if it wants to compete in that market.
An executive change is a chance for Apple to adjust what the company wants to accomplish with its stores.
The iPad has essentially used the same home screen for nine years. Jason Snell has a few ideas on how it can be updated.
Apple’s latest financial results was a mixture of good and not-so-good news. Jason Snell points out several interesting points that were made during the company’s results announcement.
Jason Snell thinks that Apple may need to re-think its classic approach to iPhone upgrades if the company wants to keep up in the battle of smartphone cameras.