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Apple unveiled its biggest iPhone lineup in history, with the 6.1-inch iPhone 14 and 6.7-inch iPhone 14 Plus.
Mark Gurman hints that it may be announced at Far Out event.
Apple has released an update to Boot Camp, which allows Intel-based Macs to run Windows.
Apple's CEO doesn't do a lot of big interviews, so the twelve questions asked and answered by Popular Mechanics is something of a treat for Tim Cook fans.
The next big Wi-Fi standard is coming soon, and should provide much higher bandwidth and lower latency.
Apple is rumoured to be moving to a 3nm process, which could be good news for the MacBook Pro and Mac mini.
In an interview in arch design magazine Wallpaper, former Apple chief design officer Jonny Ive reminisces on advice given to him by Steve Jobs.
In just a few weeks, Apple's annual fall cavalcade of new products will begin with the iPhone 14 event. And you're going to notice a new trend.
Apple should be willing to let go of a little control and share some of its wealth with its employees.
With the M2 MacBook Pro and MacBook Air already on shelves, all eyes have turned to Apple's desktop offerings, namely the Mac Pro and Mac mini.
Apple and Sir Jony Ive have finally split, with the two parties agreeing to end the $100 million consulting agreement signed in 2019.
One of the shining tenets of the Apple rumour mill is that timing is not your problem. Apple AR headset and self-driving car are "behind".
The latest update for the Chrome browser on the Mac is an important one: According to Google, it includes a critical security fix for an exploit that exists in the wild.
Apple's development of its own 5G modem has reportedly failed, which means the company will need to lean heavily on suppliers for the iPhone 15 generation in 2023.
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