While we wait forever for new Macs, Apple is headed to the Supreme Court. The FBI needs to crack more iPhones, but at least none of them have caught on fire yet, unlike some other phones we could mention.
Glenn and Kirk talk about iTunes and Apple Music, then Glenn and Susie heap praise upon the iPhone 7 Plus and its dual-lens wonder camera.
A change to the Mac App Store will save you time while keeping you in total control over just when Sierra is actually installed.
Previously, a Plus-sized iPhone meant a bigger screen and that was about it. With the iPhone 7 Plus, the dual-lens camera is a major selling point.
Glenn and Susie love the iPhone 7 Plus, but still find things to complain about. It's our way.
macOS Sierra has hit the scene, so Glenn and Susie take a break from talking about the iPhone and iOS 10 for (most of) an hour to talk about it.
The A10 Fusion chip screams. The camera takes great photos with no effort. But the iPhone 7's missing headphone jack has made my life a little harder, and that's too bad.
In iOS 10, Apple's Maps app does more, from making restaurant reservations to remembering where you left your car.
Owners of Apple's flagship laptop, which hasn't been refreshed in 485 days and counting, report getting surveys from Apple asking if they use the headphone jack and SD card slots on their machines.
iOS 10 is out and it's spectacular. But the iPhone Upgrade Program seemed to stumble when people actually wanted to upgrade their iPhones.
Apple Music's reboot in iOS 10 brought a fresh look and new ways to navigate the streaming service.
The new Apple Watch models still require charging every night, but early reviewers found the screens much brighter, and performance snappier too.
Once iOS 10 is on your iPhone, putting watchOS 3 on your Apple Watch is a no brainer.
iOS 10 comes out today, and it's excellent. But not everyone needs to download it immediately.
To celebrate the 10th anniversary of selling movies, the iTunes Store is bundling movies from Sony, Paramount, Universal, Warner Bros., and Lionsgate for just $1 per film.