Don't-Miss iOS Stories
Apple's animated, lip-syncing, face-following emoji are a big hit. This is everything you need to know about them.
A look at some of the biggest moves that Apple made in the last twelve months, and where it might leave us positioned for the year to come.
Jason Snell had high hopes for Apple in 2017. Did the year meet his expectations?
When it comes to Continuity and cell calls, you have to pick one network connection over the other.
The HomePod's price isn't unusual for Apple.
Why settle for a camera's tiny screen when you can use an iPhone or iPad? And you can use Cascable as a remote shutter control, too.
We're often asked how to do the seemingly impossible: Erase history.
Live Photos are a cool feature of iOS, but what happens when you share one?
These days, picking an iPad can be tricky, but we can help you figure out which one to buy.
Whether you're looking to tap into Window's suite of productivity tools or just add some killer games to your Mac, CrossOver 17 allows you to seamlessly install and run Windows applications on your Mac (or Linux computer) without any extra add-ons.
iOS 11.2 brings us critical bug fixes, adds Apple Pay Cash and faster wireless charging, and tweaks the interface a little.
The Macalope hopes you'll be happy. He wouldn't be, but he hopes you are.
BB-8 gets friends as more app-controlled robots appear, now with a learning twist.
Could one unifying operating system eventually run Apple’s Macs, iPhones, and iPads?
iPhones are sold all over, but where should you buy yours to save the most money?