Three weeks ago, Apple announced public beta releases for iOS 12, tvOS 12, and macOS Mojave. They are finally available now.
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Google controls the dominant personal computing platform. So why isn't Android Wear even remotely successful?
Open solutions always win in the end. Which does nothing to explain Apple's success.
The best and worst of Apple was on display at yesterday's press event, a two-hour commercial for the company's new products.
With its major announcements all ruined by rumors, Apple delivered a curiously rote press event on Tuesday.
I don't normally (ever?) write about Apple leaks, but this one is a potential blockbuster.
It's fair to say that Google's Android Wear platform has been a spectacular failure. But they keep trying.
Fitbit, the world's biggest wearables maker, today announced its first true smart watch, the Ionic. Plus, some other hardware and services offerings.
Apple announced a slew of new products, including iOS 11, new iMac and MacBook Pros, a new iPad Pro, and a Siri-powered HomePod speaker.
Apple surprised analysts by announcing lower-than-expected iPhone sales in its quarterly financial results this week. Is this just the latest chink in the armor of a firm that was once viewed as invincible?
Yesterday, Brad exclusively revealed Microsoft's plans to retreat from its Band efforts: The firm won't ship a Band 3 this year, and will almost certainly never do so. Now what?
With watchOS 3, Apple is doing an about-face of sorts, switching the focus of Apple Watch to fitness. As important, it has made key changes to the watchOS user experience, and is finally letting users leverage their iOS experience.
Today, Apple announced its second-generation smart watch, called Apple Watch Series 2. The new wearables will feature new fitness capabilities, including GPS and water resistance, improved performance, and a dramatically brighter display.
After a three week wait, Apple has finally updated its pre-release stable of upcoming OS versions, bringing iOS 10, macOS 10.12 Sierra, watchOS 3, and tvOS 10 to the Beta 2 milestone. These releases are still only available to Apple developers.
On Monday, Apple unveiled the next releases of each of its four major personal computing platforms---iOS, macOS, tvOS, and watchOS---and unveiled a free app called Swift Playgrounds for the iPad.
Apple Watch is divisive among tech enthusiasts, with Apple fanboys eagerly declaring the product a winner and its detractors calling it an utter failure. As is often the case, the truth is a bit less well-defined, and the future of Apple Watch is of course a lot less certain.
There were no major surprises at Apple's special event today, with the consumer electronics giant introducing the iPhone SE, 9.7-inch iPad Pro, and some new Apple Watch bands as expected.
A few tidbits from around the web: The original COD: Black Ops is coming to Xbox One backwards compatibility soon, Daimler CEO impressed by Apple and Google car efforts, iPad Pro hasn't helped, and the mystery of the Apple's Watch killer feature.
It's been a busy couple of days at DEVintersection in Las Vegas. But I think I can post on a more normal schedule today. Here's what else is happening.
Samsung is set to release its third generation smart watch family soon. And it looks like they will correct some of the issues I have with the Apple Watch.
I've been using Apple Watch alongside Microsoft Band for over two weeks now. Here's how the device compare when it comes to health and fitness tracking.
At its Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC) keynote this morning, Apple announced updates to all three of its major mobile platforms: Mac OS X, iOS and watchOS.
Apple Watch delivers the quality we expect from Apple, but it is weighted down by confusing new user interfaces and an overly-expensive price tag.