Apple just announced several updates to the iPhone, iPad, and Mac. You can install the developer previews now, but you shouldn't.
At its annual developer conference keynote, Apple debuted new operating systems, silicon, and laptops, plus updates to platforms like CarPlay and SharePlay.
The chips boast enhanced graphics capabilities and support for titles like Resident Evil Village and No Man's Sky.
The Continuity Camera feature announced during WWDC 2022 lets you upgrade your webcam experience without buying any new hardware.
The iPhone's lock screen is getting its "biggest update ever" so you can customize the colors and design of your screen.
Apple announced that app and website developers will implement the Passkey feature later this year. Passkeys allow you to log in, password-free, to all of your iOS and macOS devices.
Apple has finally added the features many pro iPad users have been asking for with iPadOS 16.
Apple's iOS 16 will make it easier to keep your family memories together in a shared library.
Apple unveils the next generation of its custom silicon chip, coming to the MacBook Air and updated 13-inch MacBook Pro
Apple's smartwatch wearable is getting a big upgrade with new health features, multisport workouts and new watch faces.
The feature lets you quickly revoke others' access to your devices and applications.
The tech giant's latest purchase builds on the acquisition of ReaQta.