Dan Moren examines Apple strategies that are unpopular with its customers, but are here to stay.
Mistakes are bad, but it’s worse when there’s intent. The Macalope explains.
We talk about the latest in Apple-related news, and we feature your comments and questions
Apple has shut down Group FaceTime after a bug allowed callers to eavesdrop on people before they answered the call. And it appears that Apple knew about the bug at least a week ago.
Some iPhones don't sell as well as others. Ergo, flop.
So many Apple killers, so little actual killing.
Jason Snell thinks that Apple may need to re-think its classic approach to iPhone upgrades if the company wants to keep up in the battle of smartphone cameras.
Apple product rumors, iPhone front camera rating, Apple Shortcuts, iOS 12.1.3, and your comments and questions: Macworld Podcast episode 637.
iPhones are more expensive. But not that much more expensive.
For an app called ‘Shortcuts,’ too many features force you to take the long way to your destination.
He’s not perfect, but Tim Cook is still very good at operations.
Apple replaced a lot of iPhone batteries last year. Should Apple switch to AMD processors? We also respond to your comments and questions.
Jason Snell thinks it’s hard not to believe that there are some big iOS inspired changes on the horizon.
Apple’s line of Mac products was one trick and the so-called i-Series was third second. A third trick? No way. But The Macalope disagrees.
As Apple bolsters its services offerings, Dan Moren thinks the company is changing its attitudes about working with partners.