Apple might be focused on the Mac’s processor right now, but apps are next big transition—and the seeds are already planted.
The Macalope: So long and thanks for... Uh, well, so long.
There’s never been a more exciting time to be a Mac user.
Macs with Apple silicon will bring the best of iPhone, iPad, and Mac together.
Cancel culture has gone too far this time, says The Macalope.
A new rumor says that the iPhone 12 won't include a power adapter in the box and that's not cool.
There are always hints, if you look closely enough.
From Apple Silicon to App Library, Car Key and sleep tracking, Juliet, Mike and Ken rehash the event and dive into the features they’re most looking forward to using. Also, we apologize for the quality of the video... working through some technical difficulties. We'll have it perfected next time.
We didn’t get any new hardware at WWDC, but we did learn some things about the next iPhones, iPads, Apple Watches, and AirPods.
Apple has borrowed many Android features in iOS 14 but iPhone users aren’t going to care. Why? Because everything is so much better.
After what Apple showed at WWDC, you’d be crazy to buy a new Mac right now.
The App Store rules and Apple’s selective interpretation cause a pre-WWDC dustup.
There are any number of things that Apple might show off this week, but Dan Moren has picked a few that he thinks won’t make the cut.
We’ve already written about what we expect to see to see at WWDC. Now let’s talk about what we don’t expect—and why we might get it.
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