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Apple's in-development sub-$1,000 MacBook Air will reportedly not be ready for next week's event, but a new cheaper iPad is on the way.
Apple doesn’t clearly explain why it asks for it. Fortunately, Apple doesn’t possess it.
Somebody said it so it must be true.
Based on Apple's previous education event, Apple could be focusing on iOS-related releases. Jason Snell explains in More Color.
This never backfires at all.
Google's Android P update is a typical release, focusing on system-level enhancements rather than innovative features. What if Apple adopted a similar strategy for iOS 12?
Fortnite and PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds are now out for iPhone and iPad. Watch live gameplay as we decide which is the best.
If you have a shared device and want to cover your tracks in Safari, here's what you need to do.
Fortnite: Battle Royale for the iPhone and iPad is a virtuosic port, but desktop and console players definitely have the advantage in crossplay matches.
Amazon has a great deal on one of the best Logitech keyboards for typing on the 9.7-inch iPad Pro, so long as you prefer the black version.
Siri, its powers and its limitations, have been a hot topic of conversation of late. Dan Moren runs down how he uses (and doesn't use) Apple's virtual assistant.
iMessages are wonderful, but we'd like to see our texts in the right order and have a proper search tool.
On the iPhone X, there’s a new, Home button-less way to quit iOS apps.
Discussion of Apple news, plus your comments and questions.
With many options, what’s the right choice across many devices and computers?
Apple's big yearly developer conference is coming, right when you most expect it!