Apple

Nostalgia

I Miss My iPod Classic More Than Anything

As Apple kills more iPods, an ode to the 'dumb' MP3 player.
Jordan Pearson
10 hours ago
Apple

History Will Not Be Kind to Jony Ive

Ive, Apple's Chief Design Officer, is leaving the company. He leaves a legacy that made its products hard to repair and impossible to upgrade.
Jason Koebler
6.28.19
tech

An Australian Teen Hacked Apple Twice Hoping They'd Give Him a Job

A magistrate spared the boy a conviction, telling him to "use your gifts for good rather than evil."
Gavin Butler
5.28.19
Apple

Apple Agrees to Tell Users If an iOS Update Will Slow Down Their iPhones

A watchdog group in the United Kingdom got Apple to agree to tell users when its software updates will affect device performance.
Matthew Gault
5.24.19
CAPITALISM

AirPods Are a Tragedy

Apple claims that AirPods are building a “wireless future.” Many people think they're a symbol of disposable wealth. The truth is bleaker.
Caroline Haskins
5.6.19
Right to Repair

Why Tens of Thousands of Perfectly Good, Donated iPhones Are Shredded Every Year

A single electronics recycler has had to destroy 66,000 iPhones in the last three years because of the iPhone's Activation Lock.
Jason Koebler
4.14.19
Apple

The Early Math From Apple News+ Isn't Looking So Hot for the Media

Apple News+ could fill just a fraction of the tens of billions in annual revenue that the media industry has lost to tech giants.
David Uberti
4.4.19
Apple

The Most Powerful iMac Pro Now Costs $15,927

An iMac Pro with 256 GB of RAM pretty much just exists for bragging rights.
Matthew Gault
3.20.19
Views My Own

Trump's Weird Lie About Whether He Said 'Tim Apple' Is Making Us Dumber

How long can the president keep denying reality? A long time, it turns out!
Harry Cheadle
3.11.19
Hacking

The Prototype iPhones That Hackers Use to Research Apple’s Most Sensitive Code

Very few people have heard of them, but "dev-fused" iPhones sold on the grey market are one of the most important tools for the best iOS hackers in the world.
Lorenzo Franceschi-Bicchierai
3.7.19
Technology

I Stood Up to Apple and Fixed My Own Mac

The company makes it intentionally difficult for customers to do their own repairs, which—for obvious reasons—bugs me.
Erik Galli
3.4.19
china

China’s New Top App Rewards Users for Consuming Communist Party Propaganda

"Study to make China strong" has been downloaded more than 44 million times since launching last month.
David Gilbert
2.24.19
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