When Apple launched the M2 chip in the new MacBook Pro and MacBook Air at WWDC, there were few changes from the M1.
Stories by Michael Simon
Version 100 of Chrome, Firefox, and Edge could cause websites to break.
Samsung is giving S22 users a promised four years of updates. Perhaps it's time for Apple to provide some guarantees too.
Apple has reportedly turned to LG to make standalone monitors for the Mac that match the specs of the 24-inch and 27-inch iMac.
A vulnerability in a popular logging app could allow hackers to install malware on remote servers.
It's looking more and more like Apple's next big thing won't be something that fits in your pocket or a bag. Rather another wearable device.
Bloomberg's Mark Gurman reports that Apple is planning to update every Mac in its lineup through 2022 as the Apple silicon transition concludes.
DigiTimes reports that TSMC has begun its 3nm chip process after a months-long delay.
When Apple bought the scraps of Intel's modem business in 2019, it was a matter of time before it started selling phones without Qualcomm modems.
Apple is suing NSO Group over the Pegasus spyware and seeking a permanent injunction banning the use of Apple devices and software.
When Apple released the first Macs powered by Apple silicon chips in November 2020, it officially kicked off a two-year transition away from Intel.
Apple has posted yet another record quarter in 2021, closing out its best year ever with revenue of $83.4 billion, up nearly 30 per cent year-over-year.
Apple is gearing up to launch some of its most anticipated products of the year as the attention shifts from the iPhone to the Mac.
Apple's first event of the fall came with a ton of anticipation, heaps of hype, and oodles of exciting rumours. But nothing was really new.
According to notes emailed by Steve Jobs in late 2010, an iPhone nano was among the projects Apple was working on.
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