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Siri is on the iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch, Apple TV, and HomePod, but the experience is different on each device—in some cases there are surprising and frustrating limitations.
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This cheap foam cube turns into planets, human organs, and games via your iPhone's camera.
The iPad rumor mill is starting to churn out some new ones. Apple fixes the Telugu bug. Fast Company declares Apple the most innovative company. We also feature your comments and questions.
A full suite of Apple operating system updates fix the text bug that caused Messages and other apps to crash.
You don't have to sacrifice style to keep that 10.5-inch screen unmarred.
Will the company survive?
Stopped wearing your snazzy smartwatch? Here's how you can make it meaningful again.
Imagining the iPhone's troubles.
A reader has wonky Wi-Fi in their laptop, and finds Personal Hotspot isn’t helping, either.
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.
We've had the HomePod for a few days. What do we think? There's more news about iOS 12. We also feature your comments and questions.
If you can't find one, just talk to anyone about it.
Axios and Bloomberg are reporting that Apple will be punting several features planned for iOS 12 to 2019 as it focuses on quality issues, security, and performance.
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