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At its biggest conference of the year, Apple quietly laid the groundwork for a pair of smart glasses
Apple is reportedly working on a pair of smart glasses to debut sometime in 2020. At WWDC 2019, the company hinted at what's to come.
Sorry, Apple’s controversial $1,000 computer-screen stand isn’t a rip-off — it’s a missed opportunity
Apple is a victim of its own poor messaging — by separating the stand price from the display, Apple shot itself in the foot.
Apple just unveiled a $6,000 computer that looks like a giant cheese grater. Here’s everything we know so far about the highly anticipated Mac P...
This fall, Apple plans to launch its first major update to the Mac Pro in six years — and the stand alone costs $1,000.
The iPad is finally going to be the best computer it can possibly be — and it's all because it's leaving iOS.
Whether you're a fan of the iPhone, iPad, Mac, Apple TV, or Watch, Apple's WWDC keynote had something for everyone.
Apple's 32-inch Pro Display XDR is a 6K Retina display with an impressive list of features, but you'll need to invest in a stand to use it properly.
Apple is reportedly set to finally ditch iTunes with the next big update to the Mac operating system
Apple's iTunes has long been a pillar of Apple MacOS. Now, it's reportedly set to go to the great software graveyard.
Apple's annual developer conference, WWDC, will kick off on June 3, 2019.
After being delayed for a month, FaceTime will now support video chats with up to 32 people, as well as filters and animoji
Apple's FaceTime's update was supposed to be launched with iOS 12, but Apple delayed the release. Now, the update will be shipped with iOS 12.1, which will be available on October 30.
Apple’s next major update to the Mac, ‘Mojave’, is now available for free in beta — here’s all the new stuff it comes wi...
Apple debuted the next major update to MacOS earlier this year: It's named "Mojave," and is planned to launch this fall. But a free beta version is available now, months early. It brings a few major updates and a lot of small changes.