Apple senior engineers and executives told The Independent how Apple’s M1 chip came to be.
An iPhone 12 sales surprise, prospects for next year’s model and Apple Silicon Mac glimpses lead this week’s Particle Debris.
Apple’s vision and values are paying off in many ways. This week, John looks at how that’s happening.
A whole bunch of iPhone 12 technical revelations have surfaced. John has collected then for you right here.
- 'MusicMatch' for Mac Now Here, Music Services Expand
- Apple TV+: How Lavinia's Love Life Was All The Drama in 'Dickinson'
- ProtonMail 1.15.11 Update Fixes Bugs With Push Notifications
- Revealed: The Full Voicemail Message Jon Hamm Left For Tom Hanks
- Apple Releases 'Unity Lights' Watch Face for Black History Month
- Tripp Mickle's Book 'After Steve' Covers Apple's Rise to Trillions
Lots of things we were hoping for from Apple didn’t get announced on September 15 and October 13. Now there’s been a bunch of predictions gushing forth.
Only Apple can create and deliver Apple Watch faces. A former Apple engineer explains why third-party Apple Watch faces are forbidden.
As we may have already guessed, 5G wireless means whatever the carriers want it to mean. Clarification is in order.
Regarding Apple’s MacBook Air future, there is a case to be made that it will soon no longer fit in Apple’s lineup.
Apple seems to enjoy doing this to us. That is, making the process of selecting an iPad really hard. A lower level product leapfrogs a pro product in some technical respects. Deciding which to buy then involves a very careful analysis and comparison of the specs. And user needs.
There is a lot of thinking that there will not be a focus on the iPhone 12 during Apple’s September 15 event. Instead, a second event in mid-October will launch the iPhone 12. John looks at both.