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All Articles by Rene Ritchie

How to screenshot your iPad or iPad Pro

iOS makes it incredibly easy to screenshot your iPad or iPad Pro — and iOS 11 will take it to the next level.

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12-inch MacBook review: 2017 Kaby Lake update

With Intel's latest-generation Kaby Lake processors and an updated keyboard, Apple's iPad-in-Mac-clothing has become more Mac-like than ever.

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Apple Car rumor roundup: Project Titan and what it means!

Tim Cook has revealed to the world that Apple really is working on autonomous driving.

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Best iPad Pro apps to download right now

Here are some amazing apps that'll help you get the most from a new iPad Pro.

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10.5-inch iPad Pro review: Beauty of a beast

Displays that look like paper, processors that race past many laptops, cameras as good as the latest phones, and a massive software update on the way. Are we finally at the point where iPad Pro is the best computer for highly mobile professions?

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Apple's new Podcast app, feeds, and analytics: What you need to know

WWDC 2017 didn't just see a new Podcast app for iOS 11 — it saw new feed options and analytics for podcasters!

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And the 2017 Apple Design Award winners are...

This year Apple decided to ADA different. Here's why and who won!

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File radars early and often: The importance of bug reporting

Why should you file radars? To show Apple, given finite resources, what aspects of your shared customer experience they need to prioritize fixing.

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iMac 2017 review: Brighter, more colorful, faster, and more powerful

It's iMac, only better.

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MacBook Pro 2017 review: Enter Kaby Lake

Here's our look at the new MacBook Pro (2017), with Kaby Lake processors, better graphics, and a new $1299 entry-level option.

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Common iPhone problems and how to fix them

How do you fix your iPhone when it's not working the way it should? Here are the most common problems you'll encounter and how to troubleshoot them all!

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HomePod first impression: Retina for your ears

The HomePod is a seriously great computational speaker — a speaker that also supports Siri and HomeKit.

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Files.app for iOS can't wait for WWDC, sneaks out a little early

One of the most requested features in iOS history might become a reality today — Files.app for iPhone and iPad.

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WWDC 2017 swag: Denim jackets, country pins, and more!

This year, Apple's traditional WWDC jackets are denim, but it's the pins everyone wants.

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WWDC 2017 live blog

WWDC 2017 kicks off with its traditional keynote on Monday, June 5 at 10 a.m. PDT, 1 p.m. EDT. The keynote will be streamed live, and we'll be sharing our thoughts before, during, and after the show right here!

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Pokémon Go Gen 2: The ultimate guide!

Summer is upon us and if you're just getting back into Pokémon Go — or getting into it for the first time — here's a freshly updated set of facts about the latest Gen 2 release to help you get going!

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iMore show 561: WWDC 2017 preview!

Kaby Lake MacBooks, 10.5-inch iPads, Siri Speakers, iOS 11, watchOS 4, tvOS 11, macOS 10.13, and everything Georgia, Lory, Mikah, and Rene want to see at WWDC 2017!

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Tim Cook: Climate change is real and we all share a responsibility to fight it.

Tim Cook, CEO of Apple, has sent out a memo to employees addressing U.S. President Donald Trumps decision to withdraw America from the Paris Climate Accords.

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Giving iPad Pro a smart trackpad

As long as Apple is giving iPad Pro a smart keyboard, why not give it a smart trackpad to go with it?

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Making the Mac multitouch. A bit.

What if Apple didn't add a full touch interface to the Mac but simply added touch navigation?

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