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Recently, rumors suggested Apple wouldn't release a new iPad until later this year -- but that may have been wrong.
Is Apple sacrificing the well-being of its customers and employees on the altar of unfettered design?
Start your day with a raft of patches for your iPhones, iPads, Apple Watches, Apple TVs, and Macs.
Google talks up job creation as part of its plans to extend its US datacenter operations.
It's seriously expensive, but Apple has finally released an iMac that can handle VR and other high-end content-creation tasks.
Apple's first foray into smart speaker market has the sound and looks, but does it have the smarts?
The iPhone is a money-making machine that allows Apple to grab more revenue than all the other smartphone manufacturers put together.
Apple's HomePod can be used as a hub to control HomeKit devices via Siri voice commands. Here's a selection of accessories worth investigating.
Have you noticed how iOS has become buggier and less polished in recent years? Apple has noticed too, and is putting in place a plan to make things better.
Qualcomm's Snapdragon 845 chipset so far lives up to the claim it's 25 percent faster than the Snapdragon 835.
The latest iOS 11.3 public beta allows you to disable CPU throttling -- but you sacrifice the stability of your iPhone.
Apple rolls out a live news-streaming feature on the TV app for iOS and tvOS.
The iMac Pro is Apple's most powerful, and most expensive computer. Even so, you may be surprised to learn that it is comparatively less expensive than the first Mac. And the difference in performance? Just wow.
As promised by Apple, features to check battery health and disable battery performance throttling on iPhone are now available to developers for testing before a wide release.
Some iPhone X owners say they've been missing calls due to a delay on their display.
Apple will fix iPhone 7s that show symptoms of "no service" issue if sold within the last two years.
Hint - a lot.
Reframing the iPhone sales slip, how the iPad is holding its head above water, and more.
iPhone sales slip 1 percent compared to the year-ago quarter despite all the hype surrounding the iPhone X.
The iPhone, iPad, and Mac maker released its latest, post-holiday season earnings.