All Articles by Rene Ritchie

Apple's top trends and charts for 2017

Every year Apple's editors pick the best apps, music, movies, TV shows, podcasts, iBooks, courses, and more to highlight. 2017 is no different. Well, ok, it's a little different!

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Tim Cook demos iPhone X for Justin Trudeau

I was raised on Apple but I was raised in Canada, so this makes me all six colors of maple leaf happy. And proud.

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Train in TensorFlow and deploy in Core ML with Tools 0.7

Apple has updated Core ML Tools to version 0.7. Included is a new TensorFlow converter that lets developers train machine learning models in Google's TensorFlow and deploy them with Apple's Core ML

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How to download and install watchOS 4.2 on your Apple Watch

watchOS 4.2 adds support for making person-to-person payments with Apple Pay Cash, as well as improved HomeKit support and a new workout type on the Apple Watch Series 3.

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Person-to-Person Apple Pay has made iMessage even more valuable

Person-to-person Apple Pay and Apple Pay Cash are now available in the U.S.

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It's not DSLR vs. iPhone — it's DSLR *and* iPhone

Phone vs. DSLR. A few years ago that would have sounded ridiculous. Then came computational photography. Now, Analyst Carolina Milanesi shares how the pros feel about their camera phones.

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iPhone X review: The best damn product Apple has ever made

Your wait is over America. iPhone X is now available SIM-unlocked directly from Apple.

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How to download and install tvOS 11.2 on your Apple TV

tvOS 11 has a few major changes, as well as some bug fixes and improvements. You can update to tvOS 11 using the same procedures as previous updates. All the details below!

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I'd love a truly unified, international News service in iOS 12

Apple has already integrated News into the Today View on iPhone and iPad, but there's still a lot left to do... for iOS 12.

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iOS 11 review: Smarter, better, faster, bolder

iOS 11 brought drag-and-drop, Files.app, a new App Store, augmented reality, and more. iOS 11.1 offered new emoji. Now, iOS 11.2, adds P2P Apple Pay, faster inductive charging, and greater stability. Yeah, finally.

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Bugs, damn bugs, and fixes

Is Apple doing too much? Is it not testing enough? Is no one pushing back on the quantity or pace of updates? A very bad week of bugs have raised all the same questions all over again.

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iPhone crashing on Dec. 2? Here's the fix!

Some iOS users reporting springboard crashes on December 2, 2017. If you're one of them, here's what's happening and what you can do to fix it!

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iOS 11 security isn't a 'horror story', it's a balancing act for *your* protection

iOS has to balance the needs of many different types of people, including those for whom data loss is a far more common and devastating issue than data theft. But is Apple balancing it right?

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How to play Pokémon Go in the winter without freezing

How do you keep catching Pokémon in the winter without freezing from the cold? With these tips!

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ARKit face tracking FUD and what you need to know

Worried face tracking in ARKit will give developers access to your Face ID biometric data? Well, it can't and here's why.

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Apple launches revolutionary Heart Study app in the U.S.

Apple Watch will help detect heart abnormalities responsible for 130,000 deaths a year in the U.S.

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With World AIDS Day, Apple Stores and the App Store once again go (RED)

Apple and (RED), with your support, have contributed over $500 million to the fight against AIDS. And it's just the beginning.

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10 years later: Evangelizing the original iPhone

There was a day before iPhone was introduced. And a day after. Matt Drance was there for both — and he had to evangelize it.

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Party with us in Canada this December!

Kevin Michaluk, our fearless leader, is taking his show on the Canadian road this December — hang out, say "hi!", see cool tech, and enjoy free beverages!

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macOS High Sierra 'root' security bug: Here's how to fix it now!

A critical flaw has been discovered in macOS High Sierra that lets an attacker log in as 'root' by leaving the password field blank and trying multiple times in a row. Here's how to "fix" it right now.

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