The new Apple TV 4K ushers in a new era of TV technology for Apple customers, so it’s time to learn some new tech.
That’s a pretty serious allegation, saying a single browser is going to sabotage the economic infrastructure of the internet.
Apple had an opportunity for a fresh start with the Apple TV 4K’s Siri remote and flubbed it.
Taking away the ability to browse iOS apps on Macs and PCs is a step backward for users, and those backward steps are annoying as @&#%!
Apple has quietly rewritten the rules for media events and presentation yet again, and this photograph demonstrates that.
It might not have seemed like it during the keynote, but Apple Watch Series 3 has quite a few new features that are must-haves for Jeff Butts and many others.
Apple got behind the curve while the 4K/UHD revolution was taking place. Now it’s time for some serious catch-up work.
Not so long ago the phrase “simple personal cloud storage” was an oxymoron. Setup and use weren’t simple and prices were more premium than personal. Then, My Cloud Home, a new personal storage device from Western Digital priced from $149.99, came along and changed everything. It’s reasonably-priced, simple to set up and use, and yet, surprisingly full-featured.
Not even when it’s a leak that may have—or did—come from someone within Apple.
Apple has made big changes over the years, but perhaps none so much as its engagement in original TV entertainment.
Greg Joswiak, vice president of iOS, iPad, and iPhone Marketing, and executive Alex Acero gave Wired a peek behind the curtains, and it’s interesting as can be.
CrashPlan for Home is being discontinued. This week, Dr. Mac talks about what he’s using instead, and why.
Apple’s CEO doesn’t believe that the White House should be threatening to rip the Dreamers away from the only home they’ve ever known.
It’s interesting that it’s taken this long for Apple Watch to be in the middle of a sports cheating scandal. Should be good PR for Apple and its Apple Watch, one way or another.
Aside from ARKit, another API that Apple released to developers this summer is a Vision API which can “identify faces, detect features, and classify scenes in images and video.”
It’s been one year now with the 2016 MacBook Pro’s Touch Bar. What’s the verdict?