It's a hard life being cheesed off, but that's just what happens when you're attempting to afford a member of Apple's lineup of computers. If you've had eyes on the massively-expensive Mac Pro announced earlier this month, though, you might be aware of its cheesier qualities. That is: a casing capable of shredding rotted bovine lactation. Or, at least, so we thought.
Apple CEO Tim Cook threw some shade at Silicon Valley tech companies at in his Stanford commencement speech last week.
We bet Trump didn’t consider all the repercussions when he stepped into a trade war with China, but luckily Apple, has a backup plan if things go completely sour.
Apple says it’s replacing iTunes with three dedicated entertainment applications as part of its new Mac operating system, Catalina, for desktop and laptop computers.
If you blinked last night you might have missed Apple's mention of tvOS, the operating system being used to run the Apple TV. The company doesn't typically place a massive emphasis on the operating system, perhaps because it's not quite as... sexy as iOS and macOS. But Apple's looking to change that, thanks to the new Apple TV features announced in March this year.
The new version of Apple's macOS, that'll be available for free download come our spring time, is called macOS Catalina. And this is what you need to know about it.
With watchOS 6, Apple is hoping to make its already excellent wearable even more useful. But how could it possibly do they, you cry? Well, turns out the Watch actually has room for improvement. We know, right?
Trump’s trade war is based on a simplistic understanding of the trade balance. Expanding tariffs to more and more goods will weigh on U.S. consumers, workers and businesses. And there’s no guarantee that the final outcome will be good when the dispute ends.
Apple’s top laptops just received a big update -- its 15in and 13in MacBook Pro’s will launch with faster Intel processors.