AirDrop wasn't meant for that.
The Apple Pencil isn't just for artists and hand-note-takers. It just needed better software and hardware to broaden its appeal.
The iPad mini is too small for Apple's vision of what an iPad should be. Let's let it go.
Epic cuts 'Infinity Blade' games from the App Store, the NY Times tackles location tracking in apps, and you tell us the Apple gifts you're wishing for.
5G will be important, but Apple doesn't need it in 2019.
Even if iPhone sales slow, Dan Moren thinks Apple’s forward-looking nature makes it well prepared for any future.
It's cool to use the iPad as a monitor, but it's not "running" macOS.
The Apple Music-Amazon Echo deal could be a sign of things to come for Apple TV. Jason Snell explains.
Macs may be harder to repair than they used to be, but sometimes that brings benefits.
The company's stance on privacy is at odds with the way the biggest search engines operate. Maybe there's a better way.
As its closest competitor, there are a few things the iPad Pro could learn from the Pixel Slate, as well as a number of things it should ignore.
The Macalope comes not to bury a piece, but to praise it.
Expanding the Apple TV ecosystem could turn out to be key to the success of Apple’s upcoming video service.
They told people and gave them options, proving they're the worst ever.
Apple seems to believe that each of its products is used by one person and one person only. Dan Moren thinks it’s time ithe company was disabused of that notion.