Apple News replaced Apple’s Newsstand back in 2015, and while the news aggregate service has seen its fair share of upgrades since its debut, it’s perhaps not as big as Apple would like.
While the Apple Watch has proven to be a solid device in Apple’s lineup to date, there’s no doubt that Apple is working diligently on bringing new features and abilities to the wearable lineup.
The iPhone 8, the tenth anniversary iPhone, is rumored to launch sometime before the end of 2017, and the rumor mill has been adamant in spoiling the surprise for months now.
This year’s Worldwide Developers Conference, set to take place in early June, is starting to sound more and more like a hardware event.
Apple’s evolving plans for developing and releasing original video content continues to see a semi-constant swirl from the rumor mill.
The Apple Watch is already a great tool for health-related issues, but there’s still room to grow.
In June, Apple will host its latest Worldwide Developers Conference, where it will undoubtedly unveil the next versions of iOS, macOS, and other platforms.