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Apple announced that developers will soon have tools to port iOS apps to the Mac. Jason Snell takes a deeper look at this announcement and what it means for the future of the Mac.
Apple had its big Worldwide Developers Conference keynote last Monday. What did you think about the announcements to iOS, macOS, watchOS, and tvOS?
Topics: iOS 11.4, the Developers Union, and the Razer Core X. Plus your comments and questions.
Jason Snell has a few ideas for the next version of iOS, and they're a bit on the nerdy side.
The Mac Pro is coming in 2019. Rumors of a three-lens camera system and other iPhone news. What's it like for an adult to use Swift Playground to learn how to code? We also feature your comments and questions.
There are lots of great iOS app that don’t have a Mac counterpart. Jason Snell hopes that will eventually change.
The Mac Pro is coming in 2019. Rumors of a three-lens camera system and other iPhone news. What’s it like for an adult to use Swift Playground to learn how to code? We also feature your comments and questions.
Apple’s Everyone Can Code initiative is laudable but has a big gap to fill.
This collection will familiarize you with Swift, Apple's very own coding language, and a host of other tools as you create your own apps for the iOS platform.
As Apple prepares to unveil its latest education efforts, Dan Moren wonders if the company should take a more holistic approach to teaching technology.
Discussion of Apple news, plus your comments and questions.
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Apple's already laid a lot of groundwork for what we can expect to see next year, but there are a lot of blanks still to be filled in.
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