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Cheese grater-inspired Mac Pro gets creatives drooling

The Mac Pro cuts an impressive silhouette, and the lucky folks who saw it up close at WWDC today were left gobsmacked. But it also made several people giggle. They could only stare at the machine’s

Apple’s epic WWDC 2019 keynote was the best in years

Like a blockbuster movie, Apple’s jaw-dropping WWDC 2019 kickoff served up a boatload of things that make us swoon: fun new features, LOL-worthy jokes, actual soulful moments and unexpected twists.

These iPhone and iPad models won‘t get iOS 13 or iPadOS

There’s bad news for those with an iPhone released in 2014 or earlier: it’s not possible to install iOS 13 on these handsets. The same goes for iPad models from 4 years ago; they can’t be upgraded to

Apple is finally embracing PS4 and Xbox controllers

Apple just took a big step toward ditching its lame controller restrictions. Major updates to tvOS, iOS, and iPadOS this fall will finally add full support for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One controllers.

iPad finally gets mouse support thanks to iPadOS

Apple rushed through a lot of iOS 13 features during its keynote this morning, but a major feature that’s long been requested from iPad users didn’t get any showtime: mouse support. When Apple’s

First betas for iOS 13, macOS Catalina and more now available

Apple isn’t making developers wait to get their hands on beta versions of iOS 13, iPadOS, macOS Catalina, watchOS 6 and tvOS 13. Each and every one of these operating system upgrades announced during

Watch all of Apple’s wonderful WWDC 2019 videos right here

Apple’s WWDC 2019 keynote was so action-packed that we’re still trying to process all the amazing new software and hardware that was shown off on stage. Luckily, Apple already published the fantastic

WWDC 2019 changed everything: Here’s what you need to know

Apple unleashed a mountain of software updates (and even some smokin’ new hardware) Monday, during what was arguably one of the best WWDC keynotes we’ve ever seen. The entire event ran for more than

iOS 13 supercharges photo and video editing

Photographers and filmmakers eagerly awaiting the next generation of iPhone camera got a preview today of the software that will drive it when iOS 13 launches this fall. iPhone shooters will be

Everything you need to know about iOS 13 and iPadOS

Wow, iOS 13 is quite something. We got most of what we wanted, and a lot more. Proper USB support, an improved Files app, plus a radical new UI paradigm for the iPad. And what about that mouse

macOS Catalina takes Mac to an all-new level

Apple is moving out of the deserts of macOS Mojave and onto the island of Catalina for the release of macOS 10.15. macOS Catalina is one of the most important updates for the Mac in years. It packs

iPadOS brings those killer iPad features we’ve been craving

Apple just unveiled some of the most significant changes to the iPad line ever as it continues making these tablets ever better computers for professionals. The company even went so far as to free

Insane new Mac Pro packs 28-core processor

Apple is taking the Mac further than its ever gone before with the brand new Mac Pro. The company teased professionals two years ago when it announced that it was completely rethinking the Mac Pro and

tvOS 13 positions Apple TV as a real gaming console

Apple promised support for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One game controllers when it releases a redesigned tvOS this fall. CEO Tim Cook said Apple TV will be more “entertaining and personal” as he unveiled

Apple guns for Facebook with new ‘Sign in with Apple’ privacy feature [Update]

Update: Apple says “Sign in with Apple” will be mandatory for third-party apps that require sign-ins, according to these new App Store guidelines. That means apps that currently use Facebook or Google

watchOS 6 brings more faces, apps and features than ever before

Apple just previewed one of its biggest ever upgrades to watchOS at WWDC 2019. Just as expected watchOS 6 makes Apple Watch less dependent on the iPhone with its very own App Store. It also brings

iPadOS is replacing iOS on iPad [Updated]

Apple won’t be bringing iOS 13 to the iPad — at least not with that name. Instead, its tablet will soon be powered by “iPadOS,” its very own version of Apple’s mobile operating system. We’re about to

Bolivian female wrestlers fly high in new ‘Shot on iPhone’ film

You don’t look at a Luisa Dörr photograph and wonder what kind of gear she uses. Her work is arresting. But even Dörr recognizes that the kind of camera – the iPhone – has been integral to her work

We’re throwing a WWDC watch party, and you’re invited

Rather than just live-blogging today’s WWDC 2019 keynote, we’re throwing a watch party for our closest friends: you. It’s all going down this morning in the CultClub’s Governor’s Lounge, the Discord

Samsung’s newest notebooks are shameless MacBook Pro clones

Samsung now sells a MacBook Pro powered by Windows. It’s not actually a MacBook Pro, of course, but it’s so similar to Apple’s machine that some consumers won’t be able to tell the difference. It