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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.
Apple crammed a lot of goodies into watchOS 5. Here's everything you need to know about it.
Dan Moren takes a look at recent Apple decisions that would seem to run counter to the company's business model, but may just be its most savvy moves yet.
Apple's announcements fail to satisfy somebody else's business model.
Apple had its big Worldwide Developers Conference keynote last Monday. What did you think about the announcements to iOS, macOS, watchOS, and tvOS?
Apple's WWDC keynote was jam-packed with new features for iOS, macOS, and watchOS, but none of them were very innovative.
Apple announced that developers will soon have tools to port iOS apps to the Mac. Jason Snell takes a deeper look at this announcement and what it means for the future of the Mac.
Not every iOS 12 feature is headline-grabber, but sometimes it's the little things that matter most.
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.
Several features in the upcoming operating systems make it easier to increase security without pain and offer users greater protection from tracking.
Earth to Apple: A lot of families share a single iPad. But the cool new Screen Time feature only works as intended if everyone has his or her own device.
Apple's WWDC keynote was so jammed with new features, some of the best ones don't make the cut.
If you missed the WWDC keynote, or you don't have time to watch it, you can catch up on everything Apple revealed about iOS, macOS, tvsOS, and watchOS.
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