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Although the iPhone is not without a few quirks, it makes good on the hype that surrounded it.
The 13-inch M2 MacBook Pro didn't need to get an M2 upgrade. So why didn't Apple just let it die?
After Monday's keynote, it's hard to imagine that Apple will go back to how it used to run WWDC before the pandemic.
The ad-free, all-music service now has ads in radio stations and interviews in playlists.
The iPod was recently laid to rest. Now it's time for the HomePod to rise.
E Ink is a niche technology with some very real limitations, but it's also got some huge advantages.
This Studio Display kerfuffle could've been avoided if users had more control over their cameras.
Forgoing $4 to $8 billion in revenue is going to be tough, even for Apple.
What were the pivotal moments in the iPad's history? Let's rank them.
Old computers can be a fun nostalgia trip, but they also make you appreciate what we have today.
The M2 processor will mark the next stage in the transition. But what will it bring?
The Studio Display illustrates how the company's tendency to recycle its tech may not always be the best option.
The iMac gets to be fun again and power users get a pro Mac they can afford.
Apple is extremely dependent on a single country, not just for money, but for manufacturing.
Sure, being the only game in town is nice, but it's also an awful lot of pressure
Even when governments intervene, Apple will figure out a way to get its share.
Will Apple's VR headset be as successful as the Apple Watch, or will it be more like a HomePod?
Two numbers that don't involve stacks of cash tell part of the tale of Apple's success.
Why the Green Bubble Kerfuffle misses the point of why iMessage exists—and how Apple could do better
A new Apple silicon Mac Pro will take the fastest Mac in an entirely new direction.