Apple had a lot to say in its big September event, but the things it didn't say are just as important.
Apple has unveiled an update to its most affordable iPad, bringing an enhanced display, improved camera, and slimmer design for the same $329 price tag.
Mark Gurman of Bloomberg has confirmed what we expected all along: Apple will hold a second event this fall to introduce redesigned Macs and iPads.
Apple on Tuesday announced its next event on September 14 at 10 a.m Pacific. Dubbed “California Streaming,” the event is expected to reveal the iPhone 13 and Apple Watch Series 7 as well as new AirPods.
The U.S. states of Arizona and Georgia will be the first to implement Apple Wallet support, while Connecticut, Iowa, Kentucky, Maryland, Oklahoma, and Utah will follow.
If the Size slider in the Dock & Menu Bar system preferences pane doesn't go small enough for you, here's a trick that will.
In order to run Windows on Apple silicon, you’ll need to use a virtualisation tool such as Parallels Desktop, with the latest version recently released.
A chip shortage can’t stop Apple after revealing another monster earnings report for the third quarter of 2021, bringing in US$81.4 billion in revenue.
According to a report from 9to5Mac, citing sources familiar with the matter, Apple is internally testing a new display that will have an Apple SoC inside.
Apple's silicon transition is set to kick into gear with M1X and M2 processors along with a Mac Pro chip that could be the fastest processor ever made.
Microsoft unveiled the next version of Windows this week and it takes a lot of inspiration from macOS. But there are some features Apple should borrow.
Apple has released iOS 12.5.4, which patches security flaws for older iPhones and iPad but hasn't pushed the fixes for iOS 14 yet.
Jon Prosser has released renders and some new details about the upcoming iPad mini, and it looks like the tablet of our dreams.
A new report in Bloomberg says Apple is planning to update the iPad and iPad mini this year, with a new iPad Pro arriving in 2022.
The Macalope thinks that Apple’s assertions about the App Store in recent public statements could rub developers the wrong way.
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