Apple today is kicking off their recognition of Accessibility Awareness Month 2020 by rolling out minor yet notable accessibility-focused updates across its various properties—App Store editorial, Apple Support, and more. More content will be added throughout the remainder of May
Many podcast episodes and blog posts in the Apple-verse have been spent pontificating on what Apple's cross-platform software project, Marzipan, will mean for the company and particularly the Mac. With WWDC two weeks away, the anticipation for the official unveiling of what exactly Marzipan entails is reaching a fever pitch.
We don't yet know with certainty that Apple is removing the headphone jack from the [next iPhones. Assuming rumors are true, it still remains to be seen why the company would decide to do so, and more importantly, how they intend to replace it.
Recently I had an opportunity to play with an iPad Pro at one of the Apple Stores here in San Francisco.I was excited for this hands-on time, albeit brief, as I have long preferred working from an iPad over a traditional laptop.
Apple's revamped [Apple TV] is a big deal, what with its focus on apps, gaming, and the Siri Remote. I'm excited about it—and I don't even have a high-def TV at home to plug it into. I'm tempted to rectify that, however, with the advent of the new box, as it's sure to be a staunch upgrade from the dreadful UI of my AT&T U-Verse box. From an accessibility perspective, channel...