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May 29

Poll: What are you most looking forward to seeing at WWDC 2021?

WWDC 2021 is just around the corner and while there are some obvious things we are going to see being unveiled during Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference, we may have a few surprises. What are you looking forward to the most during WWDC 2021?

June 1

Explore some of the most memorable moments in WWDC history as we approach Apple’s 32nd conference

Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference is our Super Bowl. It’s the most important time of the year for Apple fans, journalists, and of course developers. Each year for more than 20 years, Apple has brought its community together and spent a week detailing their next major software innovations.

June 2

Get ready for WWDC 2021 with these playlists, podcasts, stories, concepts, wallpapers, and tips

With WWDC right around the corner, it’s always fun to get hyped up beforehand with all sorts of different ways to celebrate. We’ve put together a guide to the best music, great podcast episodes, concepts to dream about, wallpapers to set, and more so that you can get ready. Hunker down, because there’s a lot […]

May 17

Phil Schiller reveals $50M cost for WWDC, App Store Small Business Program details, more

Apple Fellow Phil Schiller officially took the stand today in Apple’s legal battle against Epic Games. The Apple veteran focused heavily on the early days of the App Store, but also provided some interesting tidbits on what it costs to run WWDC, a new developer center coming to Apple Park, and more.

June 4

Opinion: If iPadOS 15 takes a big leap and homeOS joins the fray, it might be time for iOS to become ‘iPhoneOS’ again

We know very little about what we’re going to see at WWDC on Monday, but there have been plenty of hints dropped along the way about some of the potential announcements. The first and most obvious thing we expect and hope to see is a major update to iPadOS that takes advantage of the M1 […]

June 11

Roundup: Here are six things Apple didn’t announce during WWDC 2021

Apple held its kick off keynote for WWDC 2021 earlier this week. WWDC21 brought lots of improvements to iOS, iPadOS, macOS, and watchOS, but there are also some things users were expecting to see that didn’t ultimately make the cut.

June 6

This week’s top stories: WWDC21 expectations, iPad rumors, AirTag update, more

In this week’s top stories: WWDC 2021 expectations, MacBook Pro refresh rumors, AirTag software update, and more. Read on for all of this week’s top stories and more.

June 7

Apple 24-inch M1 iMac is now $127 off in today’s best deals, WWDC Anker sale from $9, more

A new week is now underway and headlined by a series of WWDC deals. Notably, the new 24-inch M1 iMac is now $127 off alongside various Apple Watch deals starting at just $125. Plus, Anker has a new collection of iPhone accessories on sale from $9. Hit the jump for all that and more in the latest 9to5Toys Lunch Break.

May 19

Craig Federighi begins testifying in Apple vs. Epic case, focuses on iPhone security

Craig Federighi, Apple’s senior vice president of software engineering, has now taken the stand and is testifying in the company’s ongoing legal battle with Epic. Apple has said that Federighi’s testimony will focus heavily on security, highlighting the lengths to which Apple goes to protect its users.

May 28

iPadOS limits iPad Pro power: apps only able to use up to 5 GB RAM each

The launch of the new iPad Pro with M1 chip has once again sparked conversation about how the iPad hardware is vastly outpacing the operating system and software ecosystem that it can run. Many people are setting their hopes on iPadOS 15 at WWDC to announce overhauls to multitasking, external display support and file management […]

June 2

A decade of 5 GB free: will Apple ever increase base iCloud storage?

In June 2011, Steve Jobs would make one of his final public appearances to unveil iCloud at that year’s WWDC, Apple’s new strategy for back up and sync of its entire device ecosystem. Apple wanted to shake off the embarrassment that was MobileMe and set itself up for the future, where customers would host all […]

June 10

Apple opens testing for passwordless Face ID future with ‘passkeys in iCloud Keychain’ preview

In the years ahead, passwords, as we know them, will become a thing of the past. However, that change won’t happen overnight and will take a concerted effort from lots of different parties, including the major tech giants. At WWDC, Apple announced how it’s moving toward a more secure and easy-to-use passwordless authentication powered by […]

May 27

MacBook Pro Diary: I can’t wait for the M1X 16-inch MacBook Pro – but it will hurt!

I’ve been waiting impatiently for the M1X 16-inch MacBook Pro ever since we got to see just how stunning the 13-inch machine is, in terms of both performance and battery life. If the latest rumor is correct, and it is launched at WWDC, I may not have too much longer to wait. I am, however, […]

June 5

Comment: Apple employees are right to question Tim Cook’s hybrid return-to-work strategy

It’s easy to poke fun at John Gruber’s take on the internal letter from some Apple employees who are unhappy with the company’s return-to-work policy post-quarantine: Guy who works from home questions people who want to keep working from home. But his first take on the intention behind the internal letter and assertion that employees […]

May 9

Opinion: Let the iPod touch rest in peace – or upgrade it now

Remember the good old days when the iPod touch was the go-to device when you didn’t have an iPhone or iPad? Unfortunately, these days are slowly falling behind us. Apple doesn’t promote any iPods anymore, and it’s time to let this device rest in peace alongside all the other iPods — or upgrade it.

May 4

Epic CEO says he would have taken a special App Store deal if Apple had offered

The Apple vs. Epic trial continued today, with Epic CEO Tim Sweeney testifying and facing cross-examination from Apple’s lawyers. Sweeney was pressed on Epic’s business model, the company’s relationship with the likes of Microsoft and Sony, and more.

May 19

M1 iPad Pro reviews: Stunning Liquid Retina XDR display, but iPadOS limitations persist

Following reviews of the new iMac being published yesterday, the first reviews of Apple’s newest M1 iPad Pro are here. In the reviews, we get a closer look at how the M1 chip takes advantage of iPadOS, the new mini-LED display in the 12.9-inch iPad Pro, and more. Head below for all the details.

May 21

Live blog: Apple CEO Tim Cook testifies in Epic legal battle

Apple CEO Tim Cook is rounding out a trio of senior-level executive testimonies in the ongoing legal battle with Epic Games. Following testimonies from Phil Schiller and Craig Federighi, Cook is taking the stand this morning. Read on as we live blog Cook’s testimony as it happens.

June 1

iPad Pro (2021) review – Apple’s most impressive (and most frustrating) computer [Video]

The 2021 iPad Pro models have arrived, and while they aren’t a huge departure from their predecessors, they include several compelling new features that largely appeal to pro users. In this iPad Pro (2021) review, we’ll discuss how these new tablets are driven by the same M1 chip that powers today’s Macs, affording greater performance […]

March 6

Apple discontinues iMac Pro, Apple Store says buy ‘while supplies last’

The iMac Pro has been discontinued, with the Apple Store on Friday removed all build-to-order configurations for the product. The only model now available to buy is the $4999 base config and the Apple Store says that is only available ‘while supplies last’. Some other SKUs remain available at third-party retailers for the time being.

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