How the Mac clones helped make the iMac live, and why Mac users didn't all embrace Apple's newest creation
Jason Snell dives deeper into Apple’s earnings announcement and what it all means for the company moving forward.
If rumors are true, Apple will be pushing the iOS and macOS app worlds closer together much sooner. What does that mean for the Mac, and how we use our Macs every day?
The transition from 32- to 64-bit technology means the end to oldies-but-goodies like QuickTime Player 7.
There are lots of great iOS app that don’t have a Mac counterpart. Jason Snell hopes that will eventually change.
History can tell us a lot about how Apple will handle a processor transition. But what is Apple’s ultimate goal?
Who and what gained the most from Tuesday's announcements.
Based on Apple's previous education event, Apple could be focusing on iOS-related releases. Jason Snell explains in More Color.
Could a touchscreen keyboard be as effective as a hardware one? Jason Snell explains how Apple could make it happen.
A recent reports says that Apple plans to update its affordable laptop, which features outdated technology and an old design. Why, Apple?
How do you improve a product that’s got so little to prove?
Apple touts Siri as a way to control HomePod. But you can use a Mac, iPhone, or iPad when you don't feel like talking.
The introduction of Siri kicked off the modern era of voice assistants, but these are still the early days.
Jason Snell takes a deeper look into Apple's record quarter revenue.
Though it may feel dated, many of Apple's "i" products carrying significant branding value that could mean the i-Name will stick around for a while.