The desire for a more affordable Mac Pro has cultural and psychological origins that are, in fact, unwarranted.
At the risk of invoking the term “cheese grater 2.0” (everyone else will), Apple has unleashed a powerful new Mac Pro that looks to have fully acknowledged the need of pros and appears to have done everything right. Congrats to Apple.
WWDC 2019 is 11 days away, with the big keynote taking place on June 3. Andrew shares his iOS 13 wish list.
It’s irritating when the keyboard on a MacBook of some kind fails. But are the complaints out of proportion? John weighs in.
People like to focus on the differences between Steve Jobs and Tim Cook, but commencement addresses both men gave show many similarities.
Project Marzipan, bringing iOS apps to the Mac, is not a prelude to merging the OSes. It’s actually a protective measure for macOS.
A deeper exploration of streaming Channels reveals that things are not as straightforward as we would like as customers.
Have you purchased a new Apple product and received an invitation for a free setup call? Lisa Hamilton says that even seasoned Apple veterans can benefit from these calls and should take advantage of them.
Senior Vice President of Retail, Angela Ahrendts, recently left Apple. Her three lessons learned provide valuable insights.
Phone calls on the iPhone take up the entire screen, but Andrew has an alternative solution: What if calls came in like other notifications?
Apple Glasses that use augmented reality have a lot of potential, like gaming and Apple Maps directions. What if health could be another feature?
What’s fascinating to Frank Cioffi is how quickly sentiment towards the iPad Mini’s viability changed in the weeks since the refresh appeared.
The 2019 iMac came nine months after the Coffee Lake Macbook Pros of July 2018. Why that happened is becoming much more clear.
Apple’s iPhone revenue for Q2 went down year-over-year. China was a major problem. But Apple took aggressive action that benefitted customers. Here’s what happened.
Facebook has been accused of blocking efforts to study its ad platform. Andrew says that transparency is a big part of privacy.
Notarization is an automated code scan service for Mac developers that looks for malicious code and blesses it if none found. In a future version of macOS, the Gatekeeper will look for that notarization. This is a good thing.
Developers, it’s time to consider deleting the Facebook SDK and not using its tools anymore. Do we even need to explain why?
With the streaming wars heating up, it’s been suggested that Apple buy Roku. That’s just plain nonsense.
2019 looks to be an amazing year for Apple. Here are John’s expectations for a few signature products coming this year.