Over the past year, the Apple Watch has been picking up momentum. In this gallery, we show you 10 apps that might help explain why.
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Now that Apple is moving away from Intel Macs, what are we to do with all that hardware? One idea is to repurpose it for Linux or Windows.
I'm on your side, kids. It's time for some truth. Let's shut down that reality distortion field and save you some money. Let's get started.
This year, Apple is selling a ton of iPhone models. The differences between all those models is less than obvious. In our 2018 edition of our iPhone decider article, we'll help you choose.
If you're in the market for an iPad Pro, now is not the time to buy. We expect new iPad Pros to be introduced in March, and we have the pretty charts to back up that assertion.
Apple says that Boot Camp, the Windows dual-boot feature of MacOS, is going the way of the dodo when the first Apple Silicon-based Macs are released. While it's a feature that may be missed by some, it's really no great loss. We explain why.
Mavericks refuses to talk to my NAS even with work-arounds. That's a deal-killer. So it's back to Mountain Lion for now. Share my pain and read along.
Not all Macs sold and shipped by Apple are being shipped with Mavericks. Even when the order page says they are. We know because we got one.
The Mac Pro would have bought me a bit more performance, but would have pushed my budget off the bridge. The bottom line is I saved enough to go out and buy a MacBook Air if I happen to want one.
I've been spending more and more time with my new Android phone, it's becoming clear that Apple is woefully behind in one key aspect: the App Store.