The iPhone SE is a tempting value, but now I’m waiting for the 5.4-inch iPhone 12.
Apple’s about to build its own laptop chips — here’s why that’s a smart move and why it won't repeat the errors Windows machines have made with ARM.
The latest information on iOS 14 and watchOS 7 illuminate a lot of the things Apple is working on for the future.
Apple's Mac Pro costs thousands (sometimes tens of thousands), but the optional wheels have one glaring flaw.
iOS is packed with ads, a never-ending, ever-present stream of calls to join Apple’s own services and buy its products
There are plenty of tools that allow the FBI to access Apple's phones — even the latest 'super-secure' iPhone 11. So what's really going on?
From the new iPhone 12 and iOS 14 to the Apple Watch 6 and next AirPods, here's what to expect from Apple in 2020.
It’s never too early to start thinking about the next version of iOS. These additions and enhancements would make iOS 14 a much better release.
For all its new bells and whistles, the iPhone 11 lags behind in charging tech compared to Android phones.
The iPhone 11 may have been the headliner for Apple this week, but it's the new Apple Watch Series 5 that's the big attraction, thanks to one key enhancement.
If you were expecting the innovation that Apple promised leading up to this week’s iPhone 11 launch event, you might have walked away disappointed.
Apple said Google's report on iPhone website hacks 'stoked fear,' but its response just makes Apple look worse.
The mass hacking of iPhones means iOS seems a lot less safe today — but that will make iOS safer in the long run.
Messages is one of the most popular apps on the iPhone. Yet there are plenty of ways Apple could improve its chat app.
The Apple Watch’s focus on fitness and health monitoring is a welcome one. But Apple could fine-tune the Activity app on its smartwatch.
From the MacBook Air to the iPhone, Jony Ive's Apple designs are legendary, but fresh blood is required for a new wave of breakthroughs.
With the smartphone market stalling, Apple can't afford to keep offering iterative upgrades. It needs to make these critical improvements.
With its unique blue LED technology, high sustained brightness and accurate color, Apple's new Pro Display XDR showcases the kind of picture that could beat LG and Samsung.
It shouldn't be news that iPhone apps spy on you. That's how they make money. Fortunately, there are a few things you can do about it.
When it gets underway June 3, Apple’s Worldwide Developer Conference could mark the start of some big transitions, particularly for Mac users.
WWDC may be aimed at developers, but if you care about Apple’s products, next week’s conference is still a big deal.
The newly unveiled Pixel 3a and Pixel 3a XL are appealing phones with killer price tags. But they face the same problems that have plagued other midrange smartphones.
As iPhone sales continue to fall, services are starting to take over, and that is forging a new Apple.
Apple's credit card won't reinvent the finance industry. But that's not necessary for iPhone users to embrace Apple Card.
Apple’s first credit card solves a lot of pain points and delivers easy-to-understand rewards. But it also changes the company’s relationship with its customers.
Apple just announced a bunch of shows and movies it's releasing on Apple TV+, but left off a lot of important details.