Same stuff, new year.
Apple’s approach to iPads and iPhones may dramatically change how we shop for Macs in the future.
The nerve of Apple putting out better products every year.
In the wake of Apple’s blazing new iPad Pro, Dan Moren thinks the Mac’s switch to Apple-designed processors is coming, and soon.
Buckle up, here we go again.
Your data belongs to you…if you’re wealthy.
The role of magnets in products such as the Apple Watch, the iPhone, and now the iPad, has grown. How do they work?
The iPhone XR is probably the best iPhone for most people, but it could benefit from three small tweaks to iOS.
There are always reasons, just rarely good ones.
It’s annoying now, but ditching Apple Pencil 1.0 support in the new iPad Pro paves the way for easier pairing in future devices.
This week’s Apple event saw the revival of two product lines, but it also hinted at the end of the road for some of Apple’s technologies.
The Mac mini received its first update in more than four years, but it didn't deliver the kind of rethinking we thought it would. So what does that mean for the Mac Pro?
Making unsupported contentions.
Apple has abandoned any pretense of affordability with 20 to 25 percent piece hikes across every one of its products this year.
Android fans might want to hear it, but the iPhone XR offers more value than any other phone I've used this year.
When you look at only a few features, everything can be viewed with a different hue.