Building on the foundation of wildly successful products, Apple has done it again with the iPhone 11. If you already have an iPhone X-class phone, you probably don’t need to upgrade this cycle. But if you’re desperate for a new iPhone that will give you more battery life or let you shoot better photos and video, this is the update for you. Jason Snell describes the ins and outs of the new iPhone 11.
MacOS (formerly OS X) has now been in production longer than the iconic Classic Mac OS. Whenever it’s time comes, will Apple throw another funeral?
Last year I went through my own Mac migration. My wife’s ancient 2006 MacBook in lovely white polycarbonate had a good long life, but was just about becoming unusable. With a maxed out 2GB of RAM and a Core Duo (not a typo) processor, I was actually impressed how long it was relatively functional. This was […]