Apple’s New MacBook Pros are targeted squarely at real professionals with up to Core i9 CPUs, up to 32GB of RAM and up to 4TB of storage
TF International Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo revealed details about Apple's upcoming iPhones, iPads, MacBooks, desktop computers and more.
Apple designated the MacBook Pro with Retina Display that debuted in 2012 as a "vintage" product. That means support for the laptop will soon end completely.
Apple is offering free repairs to MacBook and MacBook Pro owners whose keyboards stopped working because of a problem with its butterfly mechanism.
Production of the chips was previously outsourced to Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co.--now it seems Intel plans to make the chips itself.
Europeans can use the new Data and Privacy web portal to find out what exactly Apple has associated with their accounts.
Apple is reportedly ditching Intel chips on Macs for its own starting in 2020, which represents a huge shift in strategy and for consumers.
Were the Colorful adapters from two months ago really the bottom of the barrel? Let’s have a look at two more A1265 look-alikes to find out.
How much safety do you sacrifice when “investing” in sub-$2 AC power adapters? Let’s have a look at a typical A1265 look-alike to set the low bar.
Another day, another story pertaining to the ongoing patent disputes between technology giants Apple and Samsung.
Apple fixed a flaw in macOS High Sierra that caused it to mistakenly save your password as the "hint" for encrypted volumes using the company's new Apple File System (APFS).
Apple revealed what makes the Face ID face authentication system significantly more secure than their competitors' similar systems.
When Apple revealed the iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, and iPhone X, we learned more about the A11 Bionic SoC's powerful CPU, GPU, and ISP that enable high-quality AR content.
But the company won't back down--chief executive Steve Mollenkopf said on an earnings call that Qualcomm will "appropriately defend the tremendous value that our innovations bring to this industry."