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I’ve been using Apple’s new iPad software for the past week — here are my 5 favorite things about it so far
Apple's iPadOS software update brings big changes to the iPad. Here are our five favorite features so far after using the public beta.
9 small changes coming to the iPhone later this year that will greatly improve how you use your phone
Apple's iOS 13 iPhone update is filled with new features. Here are some of the best subtle new additions we've found while using the public beta.
Apple's iOS 13 update for the iPhone will bring a slew of changes to the Health app, including the ability to track hearing health.
Apple Maps is getting a major update with iOS 13. Here's a look at our favorite features so far after using the public beta.
A new feature coming to the iPhone could eliminate robocalls for good. Here’s how it’s supposed to work.
Apple says its iOS 13 update for iPhone will make it possible to send unknown callers straight to voicemail and significantly reduce robocalls.
Apple’s iOS 13 software is further proof that the company is fixing one of the iPhone’s biggest criticisms
With iOS 13, Apple is making updates to its first-party apps for the iPhone, addressing a complaint that its apps don't measure up to the competition.
At its biggest conference of the year, Apple quietly laid the groundwork for a pair of smart glasses
Apple is reportedly working on a pair of smart glasses to debut sometime in 2020. At WWDC 2019, the company hinted at what's to come.
Apple's iPadOS software update for the iPad will bring several new features that make it a better laptop replacement when it launches later this year.
Apple's $6,000 Mac Pro may be released in September, according to a hint on Apple's website, possibly lining up with its annual iPhone event.
Apple Maps is getting a huge update in iOS 13 — and it could finally help it catch up to Google Maps
Apple Maps is getting redesigned from the ground up in iOS 13 and will come with new features like Look Around in a bid to catch up to Google.