After the dust settled from Apple’s WWDC announcements, there are several question about the company’s plans for the future.
With six months to go before its release, Apple's HomePod is a bit of a mystery. Jason Snell breaks down the cold, hard facts—and all the questions we'll be asking until it ships.
Apple kicked off its annual developers conference with a software and hardware showcase that we’ll be thinking about for a long time to come.
Everyone has a wish list for what they want to see at Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference next week, but what are the odd of the predictions coming true? Jason Snell has some sure bets, as well as long shots.
Google announced major additions to Google Photos at I/O 2017. Where do Photos and iCloud Photo Library have to catch up, and should we be looking for from Apple at WWDC?
Apple’s new Cupertino campus is a reflection of the company’s co-founder.
Comparing specs and prices of Microsoft’s Surface Laptop versus Apple’s MacBook Air, MacBook, and MacBook Pro.
This year’s extra-long iPhone rumor cycle is affecting demand, and five other things we learned from Tim Cook and Co.
It's almost time to hear from Tim Cook and Co. about iPhone sales, the Apple Watch, and what's up with China.
Sure, we don't have jetpacks, but we can buy things with a Jedi Mind Trick wave of the wrist, and that's pretty cool too.
Early adopters are the beta testers for the rest of the world.
By pre-announcing a Mac Pro, professional iMacs, and a new display, Apple finally threw pro users a bone—just not one with any meat on it.
The iPad Air is gone. The MacBook Air is on its way out. Could the iPhone be the next device on the naming chopping block?
Apple isn't selling its new low-cost iPad exclusively to schools, but it could help make up some ground lost to Chromebooks.
Tap-tapping your earbud and asking your phone out loud to turn the volume up doesn't seem simple—but would a complex series of gestures really help?