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A top Apple executive unwittingly provided a perfect explanation for why the iPad is a bad computer replacement
For the past couple of years, Apple has been pushing the idea that the iPad, particularly the iPad Pro, can replace your computer or laptop. But in a Wired interview, Apple SVP Craig Federighi
After being delayed for a month, FaceTime will now support video chats with up to 32 people, as well as filters and animoji
Apple's FaceTime's update was supposed to be launched with iOS 12, but Apple delayed the release. Now, the update will be shipped with iOS 12.1, which will be available on October 30.
iOS 12's new features are intended to help people understand how much time they're spending on their iPhone or iPad. You can now set time limits on certain apps, enable 'Do Not Disturb while you're sleeping,' and get reports on your smartphone activity.
Here are all the features coming to your Apple Watch with the huge new software update that’s out today
All the new features and updates on the new Apple Watch Series 4 and the WatchOS 5 operating system.
Apple's iOS 12 will finally arrive on Monday, September 17. Here are all the major changes, updates, and new features coming to iPhones and iPads.
Apple’s next major update to the Mac, ‘Mojave’, is now available for free in beta — here’s all the new stuff it comes wi...
Apple debuted the next major update to MacOS earlier this year: It's named "Mojave," and is planned to launch this fall. But a free beta version is available now, months early. It brings a few major updates and a lot of small changes.
When iOS 12 arrives later this year, it's bringing a ton of changes and new stuff to the iPhone and iPad. But only a handful of those new things will make a huge difference on your life.
The only new app Apple launched at its annual developers conference is called App Store Connect. The app it's replacing, iTunes Connect, had a 2-star rating. This shows that Apple is listening to customer feedback and is also moving away from the iTunes brand.
The Apple Design Awards ceremony wrapped up the first day of Apple's 2018 Worldwide Developers Conference, where executives show developers what they can expect from Apple's software engineers in the coming months.
Bringing iPhone apps to the Mac won’t stop its slow march to the grave — the future is the smartphone
Apple on Monday announced plans to release software in 2019 that would let iPhone apps run on Mac computers. It was supposed to generate interest in the Mac software marketplace, but it only confirms the desktop's second-place status to the smartphone.