After more than 30 years, Apple releases new 'modern' file system called APFS

Apple introduced APFS on Monday a new "modern" file system optimized for SSDs and flash-based storage devices. A Developer Preview is rolling out now with a general release expected to become available sometime in 2017.

Apple wants iOS to be the first language your child learns

Learning to code is hard. Apple's upcoming Swift Playgrounds turns coding into a game, and is designed to teach anyone how to code without prior experience. This could make programming accessible for many, but also helps create native Swift…

Here are all the iOS devices that will get iOS 10, and the ones that won’t

Every OS upgrade means older hardware will no longer be supported. Apple just announced iOS 10, which will come in the fall, so here are a list of devices that will get the new version, and the ones that won't.

See ya, Tips and Newsstand! Stock iPhone apps can finally be deleted

Do you use every single app on your iPhone? Soon you'll be able to hide those pesky stock Apple apps that you just don't need. iPhone users have been waiting for this feature to arrive for some time.
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Apple pulls back the curtains on its ‘Spaceship’ campus

Apple's Campus 2, it's so-called "Spaceship campus," is nearing completion. It features custom glass, literal tons of concrete, and renewable sources of energy including solar panels and biogas fuel cells.

Apple’s iOS turns 10, brings redesigned Maps and Music, lock screen improvements 5:47

Apple has unveiled its next major update: iOS 10. It brings a host of improvements, like redesigns to Apple Music, News, and Maps. Here's everything you need to know.

Apple is stepping up its Photo game with AI in iOS 10 and MacOS Sierra

Apple hasn't been known for a clean and conducive way to capture, manage, and share photos and video on iOS. T about to change with the introduction of iOS 10, which brings along better search, facial recognition, and more.

Everything Apple announced at WWDC 2016: iOS 10, WatchOS 3, MacOS, Siri, and more

Apple's Worldwide Developer Conference was a smash hit in 2016, with huge improvements to Siri, iOS 10, WatchOS 3, and MacOS. HomeKit got its own app, SlingTV came to tvOS, Apple Pay hit the web, and more.

Look out, Facebook! Apple’s iMessage is now a platform

Apple has announced some pretty big changes to iMessage, perhaps the biggest of which is making the app a platform and following Facebook Messenger's lead. Not only that, but the QuickType keyboard has been redesigned.

You can upgrade to MacOS Sierra for free, unless you have these Macs

Certain Mac computers from before 2009 will not be compatible with this year's MacOS Sierra, effectively bringing those pieces of hardware to their end of life.

Apple announces a new Home app for HomeKit

At WWDC, Apple announced its new app Home will come bundled with iOS 10. The app will help users control their HomeKit-compatible devices from a single app from the iPhone, iPad, or Apple Watch.
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Sling TV, a host of other features come to the Apple TV at WWDC

If you were concerned that the Apple TV wouldn't get much attention at this year's WWDC, fear not, as the streaming box will now gain single sign-on, a much smarter Siri, Sling TV, and a whole lot more.