Apple normally ships new versions of its Safari web browser with new macOS releases, but the firm didn’t release macOS Big Sur this week.
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Epic revealed today that Apple is terminating its developer accounts and cutting off the firm from its iOS and Mac developer tools.
Apple’s long-expected bundling of all of its consumer subscription services is reportedly called Apple One and could arrive in October.
Parallels has launched Parallels Desktop 16, the latest version of its Mac-based desktop virtualization solution.
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.
Data from Gartner and IDC shows that PC sales jumped over 7 percent in the second quarter of 2020 thanks to COVID-based work from home requirements.
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.
Early Apple silicon benchmarks have leaked online as expected. And it’s really bad news for fans of Surface Pro X and Windows 10 on ARM.
With the announcement this week of macOS Big Sur, Apple has once again embarrassed Microsoft and Windows 10.
I’ve owned several MacBook Air laptops over the years, and I certainly understand the appeal of its iconic design.
Those hoping to see how Apple would respond to growing accusations of its App Store abuses were no doubt disappointed by the WWDC keynote.
In moving the last of its computing platforms to its own Silicon, Apple will have a huge advantage over its competitors at every level.
Well, it finally happened: Apple today confirmed that it will transition away from Intel’s microprocessors and to its own A-series chipsets.
In an explosion of creativity, Adobe today is updating several of its Creative Cloud offerings while launching dozens of new products as well.
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 has been working on its own ARM-based chips for Macs for years, and it could be getting ready to finally reveal its plans at WWDC later this year.
Apple will try to sidestep the economic impact of the pandemic by offering customers an easier way to buy its expensive products.
Apple is reportedly planning to launch "several" ARM-powered Mac devices, including desktop computers that could pave the way for a new generation of Mac computers.
Apple is enabling Universal App Purchases on the App Store, allowing users to pay for an app once and access it on all Apple devices without having to pay again.
Apple upgrades the MacBook Air with the new Magic Keyboard, 2x performance and storage, as well as 6K external display support for the first time ever.
Apple is updating the Mac Mini with double the storage for the same price, but it still runs the old 8th-gen Intel processors.
Today, Microsoft announced the immediate availability of PowerShell 7, the latest version of its cross-platform automation tool.
Apple is reportedly launching a new 14.1-inch MacBook Pro with its new scissor switch keyboard design along with a update to the iMac Pro later this year.