Get ready for some naming confusing as Apple drives forward with even more products.
Stories by Jason Cross
After months of leaks, rumors, and speculation, Apple has officially announced the iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max.
Everything from Vision Pro to 15-inch MacBook Air and in-between
A Bloomberg report claims the car, which has never been officially confirmed, will not debut until 2026 or be as autonomous as rumored.
Apple's CEO doesn't do a lot of big interviews, so the twelve questions asked and answered by Popular Mechanics is something of a treat for Tim Cook fans.
The next big Wi-Fi standard is coming soon, and should provide much higher bandwidth and lower latency.
There may never be an Apple product with a foldable display, and that's just fine.
We don't need to wait for benchmarks to get a good picture of how Apple's next Mac processor will perform.
A judge has granted a stay in the App Store anti-steering ruling, likely delaying any changes for many years.
On January 31, 2022, Apple will require every app that lets you create an account to also let you delete it.
Apple had a lot to say in its big September event, but the things it didn't say are just as important.
The ruling in this landmark case could change the App Store forever.
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.
With the new operating systems released this fall, Siri will gain several new features, including finally processing data offline.
WWDC means new betas for iOS, macOS, watchOS, and tvOS. And we might get a peek at the new MacBook Pro.
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By Shannon Harris, Managing Director, IBM New Zealand