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Qualcomm, MediaTek, or Intel—it's hard to care about who will make the modem in the 2019 (or 2020) iPhone.
Anything that happens can be made out to be bad for Apple.
Shocked to find out there is marketing going on here.
Shifting vibrant color options away from more expensive products is the right move.
There’s another rumor that the new iPhone will have USB-C. Sonos has a new HomePod competitor. Some thoughts about last week’s WWDC. We also talk about various other Apple news and feature your comments and questions.
Apple had a lot to say at WWDC this year, but there were some conspicuous absences from the keynote. Here's what Apple didn't say and why that matters.
Apple's WWDC 2018 keynote kicks off on Monday morning, and it's shaping up to be a pretty boring show. That's just what Apple needs right now.
WWDC is right around the corner, and Dan Moren has some thoughts on improvements he'd like to see in Apple's iOS, tvOS, and watchOS platforms.
iOS 12, MacOS, Siri, MacBooks, and more. What will Apple have in store for us this year?
The NY Times is reporting that Apple and Volkswagen have teamed up to build a new van that will shuttle employees back and forth between Apple's campuses.
Mark down June 4 at 10 a.m. Pacific on your calendar.
Apple, unlike many of its competitors, doesn't broadcast its moonshots—the big ambitious projects that aim to change the world. Instead, Dan Moren says, it aims small.
We'll be live on Twitter and YouTube. Topics: Google One versus iCloud, iOS 12 features we want, and the Apple Store anniversary. Plus, your comments and questions.
Don't take a short-term outlook.
Twenty years on, the iMac is still an active part of Apple's lineup, but Dan Moren thinks its influence reaches far beyond the desktop, or even the PC.
Let's review what pundits said about the iPhone X.
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