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iOS 12 is available for everyone to play with, but the most interesting thing about it isn't the new features. It's what it can tell us about the next round of devices.
Apple opened the public beta programs for iOS 12 and macOS Mojave. There are rumors about Apple’s new headphones. Apple will fix your broken butterfly keyboards. We also talk about various other Apple news and feature your comments and questions.
You gave it a shot, but the iOS 12 beta is just too buggy. At least you made a backup before installing it, right?
Now that iOS 12 available for anyone to install and test, you’re probably wondering if it's worth taking the plunge.
When you remove Apple's advantages, Google is the clear winner.
The more-efficient formats aren’t compatible outside of the newest Apple ecosystems, and some users prefer compatibility.
Once only for MFi hearing aids, this nifty sound-boosting tool now works with your AirPods.
Preparation is key to be able to get access to your device.
Apple has a smaller market share and does more than any of its competitors, but it still gets more blame.
iOS 12 emergency services, iPhone rumors, Apple Music vs. Tidal. We also talk about various other Apple news and feature your comments and questions.
iOS 12 has new features to better support 911 calls. There are rumors about the screen technology for the next iPhone. What’s happening in the battle of the music streaming services? We also talk about various other Apple news and feature your comments and questions.
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Apple has announced a new feature in iOS 12 that will securely and accurately relay your location when you dial 911.
iCloud Photo Library isn't flexible about file storage. But the solution may lie with Dropbox.
We focus a lot on the big ticket announcements from WWDC, but Dan Moren wants to take a moment to discuss his favorite smaller enhancements to Apple’s major platforms.
iPhone and Apple Watch rumors, Sonos vs. HomePod, WWDC final thoughts, and your questions and comments.
The future of the Mac will see an influx of iOS apps. Could that lead to a change in Mac hardware design? Jason Snell has a few thoughts on the idea.