Microsoft talks about meeting its users where they are, but it ignores its iPhone users in Your Phone, and now with iOS 14 widgets too.
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Adobe announced today that Illustrator will ship on iPad next month, the second major CC application to make the leap to mobile.
In addition to new Apple Watches and Apple One, Apple today also announced two new iPads, a new 10.2-inch iPad and a new iPad Air.
As expected, Apple today announced the bundling of its existing services into Apple One, which will be available in three tiers.
Apple’s latest App Store documentation reiterates and expands on the rules that keep Microsoft’s Project xCloud out of the store.
When Apple releases iOS 14, you’ll finally be able to choose another browser as your default, instead of being forced to use Safari.
Apple fell for a brilliant trap set by Epic when the latter company implemented its own in-app payment system in Fortnite, bypassing Apple’s unfair 30 percent vig.
Apple’s long-expected bundling of all of its consumer subscription services is reportedly called Apple One and could arrive in October.
Apple has been quietly waging war against its own developers for years in an effort to grab as many revenues as possible from its ecosystem.
Google today announced the release of Flutter 1.20, the next major release of its cross-platform app development framework.
Apple reported net income of $11.25 billion on revenues of $46.5 billion in the quarter ending June 30; revenues surged 11 percent year-over-year.
Brave announced today that it is partnering with Guardian to bring a firewall and VPN to the iPhone and iPad versions of its web browser.
Adobe Photoshop for iPad is getting an update that adds two key features: the Refine Edge brush and the ability to rotate the canvas.
Apple today released the second developer betas for iOS 14, iPadOS 14, macOS 11, tvOS 14, and watchOS 7, paving the way for the public betas.
With no real hits in its game service collection, Apple is shifting its strategy for the Arcade service in an effort to retain subscribers.
Those hoping to see how Apple would respond to growing accusations of its App Store abuses were no doubt disappointed by the WWDC keynote.
Microsoft is just one of many companies complaining about Apple’s antitrust abuses, but this one is particularly interesting given the history.
Grammarly today is rolling out several updates for iPad users, including a dedicated Editor in the Grammarly app and the Grammarly Keyboard.
In the wake of antitrust complaints, Apple this very week engaged in the same behavior that got it in trouble in the first place.
In an explosion of creativity, Adobe today is updating several of its Creative Cloud offerings while launching dozens of new products as well.
The European Commission has formally opened two separate antitrust investigations of Apple, for its App Store and electronic payment system.
As expected, Apple is now offering zero-interest financing of most of its hardware products to Apple Card holders.
In two weeks, Apple will host WWDC 2020, and while the rumors have been flying in recent days, I see two key areas of opportunity for the firm.
Apple will try to sidestep the economic impact of the pandemic by offering customers an easier way to buy its expensive products.
Following a months-long beta test, Apple last night released iOS 13.5, which adds improved Face ID recognition for mask wearers.
Adobe announced today that it is adding two eagerly-awaited features to Photoshop on iPad: Curves and Brush Sensitivity.
Apple's new $299 Magic Keyboard for the iPad Pro is now available for purchase, and Apple is shipping it much earlier than expected.