Some have fond remembrances of the halcyon days of Mac OS X Snow Leopard. But what would it really be like to go back to this venerable OS?
The biggest news from the event was an indication Apple would not give shareholders a special dividend.
Amazing Stories executive producer Bryan Fuller has left the Apple Music original series over creative differences. The big question is this a problem with Apple or Fuller?
The new iMac Pro supports up to 18 cores. Just how can modern apps exploit all that power?
Apple’s promised new iPhone battery performance management features are in iOS 11.3 developer beta 2. Here’s what you can expect when your iPhone battery starts wearing out.
The reality is that Apple’s overall numbers included a mix of good and bad things, but it’s Apple’s iPhone X performance that will woo Wall Street when the markets open Friday.
There have been questions about the success of the iPhone X and what that means for the future iPhone product mix. Now we can see the way forward.
Apple HomePod, Amazon Echo, and Google Home can all stream music, but how do they stack up against each other?
iPhone X sales are either horrible or great, depending on who you ask, and supply chain sources aren’t helping sort that out.
This delicious tidbit comes buried deep in an excellent Bloomberg article from Mark Gurman describing Apple’s entrenched efforts to build a powerful chipmaking business.
The company launched WeChat mini apps, a catalog of more than 580,000 apps that run directly inside the WeChat messaging app, bypassing Apple’s App Store and Google Play entirely.
There’s a report out saying the iPhone X has been a disappointment for Apple and is being discontinued this summer. Here’s why that report is off base.
In a long press release, the company said increased investment, existing plans, and a one-time tax would add up to a $350 billion contribution to the nation’s economy.
The 4K/UHD HDR standards are in place, and Apple TV 4K honors the most important ones. But there are a few wrinkles to be aware of.
LAS VEGAS – The technology of Ultra High Definition has finally reached a stable point in time, and TVs bought now won’t be obsolete any time soon.
Apple also said that it, “has strong data-privacy and security protections in place and no backdoors will be created into any of our systems.”
Citing more than 7,700 locked devices the FBI can’t get into, Director Christopher Wray said he doesn’t believe experts who claim you can’t weaken encryption without putting everyone at risk.
A security issue building behind the scenes for weeks has bubbled to the surface, and could lead to performance hits on Macs, Windows PCs, and Linux devices.
Speculation quickly turned to rumor thanks to Citi analysts, and now the internet thinks Apple is buying Netflix.
In the early days of UHD/4K and High Dynamic Range (HDR), it appeared that HDR10 would be more ubiquitous and that Dolby Vison would, while superior, remain rare. That has all changed.