With iOS 11 due out later this month, here’s a look at how Apple gave birth to its mobile OS and continued to improve it over the next 10 years.
Stories by Michael deAgonia
Apple’s cloud-based storage, backup and syncing service is the glue that connects iOS and macOS and makes everything work seamlessly. For those times when problems arise, we have the answers on how to fix things.
One of the biggest changes in Apple’s new mobile OS involves how documents are handled; for the first time, iOS 11 gets a Finder-like system.
iOS 11 brings new features, UI polish and refinements to Apple’s mobile OS. When it's released this fall, productivity should go up -- especially for iPad users in the office.
iOS 10, the latest version of Apple’s mobile operating system, brings a variety of upgrades to Siri, 3D Touch, the Lock Screen, Maps and other features.
From the faster new A9 chip to updated cameras, a faster Touch ID system and a new pressure-sensitive multitouch display, the latest iPhone represents more than a typical evolutionary update.
With more than 2200 Apple Watch apps already available, finding the best ones for new Watch owners isn't easy.
The new iPad Mini with Retina display offers a no-compromise option for tablet fans who want the speed of an iPad Air and the portability of the smaller iPad.
Having spent a few weeks with the new iPad Air, columnist Michael deAgonia is ready to declare that it's a stunning improvement on what was already a rightfully successful tablet.
Apple's new iPad Mini delivers a full-fledged iPad experience in a smaller package, making it an ideal option for those who have been wanting a more diminutive Apple tablet, says Michael deAgonia.
The iPhone 4S launch and news of Steve Jobs' death this week overshadowed the rise of iCloud as a key development for Apple. Michael deAngonia looks at the role iCloud will play in the years to come
Since its unveiling in January 2005, the Mac Mini has been the cheapest Mac that Apple sells, making it the least expensive way to get hardware that natively runs OS X. In the past, this usually meant settling for older components -- especially compared to the pricier iMac and MacBook Pro lines. Although Apple has updated the Mini's look several times since its debut -- most recently in 2010 -- the internal hardware often received only minor improvements.
I have read every review about <a href="http://www.computerworld.com/s/article/9137163/Apple_Update">Apple</a>'s new iPad leading up to -- and after -- its <a href="http://www.computerworld.com/s/article/9174718/It_s_here_Apple_s_iPad_arrives_in_U.S._stores_">launch</a>. I've seen just about every possible adjective used to describe the brilliant, 1024-by-768-pixel screen; have heard every imaginable description of how "fast" the iPad responds, thanks to Apple's custom A4 chip set; been told how the 1.5-lb. device disappears, leaving you alone with the content on-screen. And I've seen reviewers struggling to fully articulate what using an iPad is really like.