$AAPL topped US$173 per share during the after-hours session, and here are some of Wall Street’s initial reactions to Apple’s iPhone, iPad, and Mac sales.
A staggered rollout of two very different iPhone models, the 8/8 Plus and the X, seemed initially risky. Apple admits that it will learn something new this round.
People are flipping out over claims Facebook uses our iPhone mics to spy on us for ads, and they’re wrong.
Jeff Butts gets down and dirty, digging into file size comparisons between the two video standards.
Microsoft is a smarter, more technical, more customer oriented company company under CEO Satya Nadella, and that poses new challenges for Apple.
And then, buried way down at the end of the press release, the two companies said GE would move its massive work force of 330,000 employees to iPhone and iPad, and promote the Mac as an option, too.
The threat to Apple in this infringement claim is that a Chinese ban on manufacturing hits Apple everywhere on the planet.
A report says Apple has an iPhone stylus in the works and we’ll see it in 2019. I don’t think so.
In addition to her work as a law clerk at the highest court in the land, Ms. Adams is currently General Counsel for electronics firm Honeywell.
Sonos’s new Alexa support doesn’t offer full control for Apple Music, but next year’s AirPlay 2 integration might just provide Apple Music subscribers full voice-control of their Sonos sytems.
The demand for 4K movies has brought about the business of upscaling 2K movies to 4K and marketing them as 4K. Should we care?
In thriller spy movies, like Jason Bourne, big tech companies sell out to government agencies, but reality is a bit more nuanced.
The paper notes that the probability that a random person could unlock your iPhone using Face ID is about one in a million. This is a step up from Touch ID’s 1 in 50,000.
A new Mac security threat called keychainStealer could expose your Keychain passwords, but it isn’t limited to High Sierra, and isn’t a reason to not upgrade.
Uber has become a core part of London’s busy transport system. So why are some people trying to ban it from the capital?
iOS 11 has some big changes for iPhone and iPad users, one of which involves the photos we take thanks to HEIF—an image format supported by both iOS 11 and macOS High Sierra.
Apple, as companies get hacked left and right, it’s time to reassure users as well as security experts that you really do have our backs.
Launching a modest iPhone 8 upgrade on time and delaying the very attractive iPhone X must be a cause of concern for Apple.
Portrait Mode wasn’t included with iOS 10 at launch. It was released with the iOS 10.1 update. So Portrait Lighting will probably come with iOS 11.1.
Apple’s “Let’s meet at our place” media event is coming on Tuesday and thanks to a firehose of leaks we know what to expect from the product announcements.