Buying a new MacBook should be a joyful experience, not a grudging choice.
The more hardware Apple sells, the more people sign up for services. But the opposite may also be happening. Services also drive iPad sales in new ways.
Apple has a pretty good system for reviewing the trustworthiness of submitted apps. But it breaks down too often.
It’s hard to have a sense of humor about a macOS affair that causes great grief. It requires a unique perspective to look at the lighter side. Here’s one.
Over the years, we’ve seen steady improvements to macOS. But it requires a brilliant, in-depth look at Catalina to put the continuous developments into proper perspective.
A consumer survey has confirmed what we already suspect. Too many costly streaming options will lead to piracy.
John looks at some of the week’s interesting news items. Including a massive blunder by Google and Chrome.
Amidst all the fuss about iOS 13/13.1 and new iPhones, John found some real gems in this week’s news roundup.
It has been argued that there are identifiable design trends in the iPhone 11 as we move into the post Jonny Ive era.
The profitability of cars is low. And Apple is a mass-market consumer electronics company that maintains high margins. Seeking Alpha argues that Apple should use its AI tech for home robots instead.
Disney+ has launched so many salvos at Apple TV+ that Apple may have no choice but to make the service free, at least initially.
How will Apple make up for slightly declining iPhone sales and a 2019 iPhone that lacks 5G? Simple. Pour on the coals with other products. About time.
The iMac, in 1998, saved Apple from an extinction event. Today, it endures and embodies the best of desktop computing. Here’s the story.
Are robocall-blocking apps on your iPhone trustworthy? It seems some have bypassed Apple’s scrutiny.
Apple’s MacBook Pros have been in a tech rut. That’s going to change in 2020.
Navigating in a car with AR and maps on an iPhone, even on the upper dashboard, is not the right way to go. John has a much better idea.
Soon we’ll be living with robot companions. Boston Dynamics is making it happen.
Apple has required macOS developers to comply with many modern security practices. John explores the next logical step.
The long, sad tale of iTunes is recounted in this extensive, charming essay. It provides us with many lessons to learn about Apple.
It’s been presumed that future Macs using A-series CPUs would, via hardware and software magic, maintain Intel X86 compatibility. Maybe not.