Even though it’s not the perfect representation of this year’s Apple flagship, it gives a pretty good idea of what we can expect in September.
Apple's brand new 2018 MacBook Air is the line's second major redesign since Steve Jobs pulled the original out of a manila envelope more than 10 years ago.
A new video from the JerryRigEverything channel tested the durability of the new iPad Pro hardware, subjecting Apple’s newest tablets to scratches, burns, and bending …
Is there actually a noticeable difference between the already-fast and the potentially faster versions in the real world?
Continuing the comparisons between the iPhone XS Max and the Google Pixel 3 XL, this time AppleInsider looks at the gaming credentials of each device, by putting both of the premium smartphones through a few rounds of Fortnite.
AppleInsider is running Apple's iPhone XS Max and Google's brand new Pixel 3 through a gauntlet of tests to see which of the two flagship smartphones reigns supreme.
AnandTech is out today with its review of the iPhone XS and XS Max. Included in the extremely thorough look at the new devices are new details about how powerful the new A12 Bionic chip really is.
Ultimately, the iPhone XS could not dethrone the Galaxy Note 9 as Consumer Reports’ top-rated smartphone.
Of the major additions to this year's iPhone lineup, Apple paid closest attention to the camera, with changes like a larger sensor on the wide angle lenser, a brand new depth control feature and Smart HDR functionality.
What would you do upon getting your hands on the Huawei P30 Pro, one of the year's hottest smartphones?
The Apple Watch Series 4, launched last week, features a new dual-core S4 chip that's significantly faster than the S3 chip in the Series 3, and, of course, the chips used in older Apple Watch models.
Ultimate iPhone XS Water Test vs Samsung Galaxy Note 9. How Deep Can It Go? Can You Surf & Swim With It? Actually Waterproof!!
Apple made some major shakeups to its iPhone lineup.
iPhone Xs Max vs Samsung Galaxy Note 9/S9 Plus! Is iPhone Xs Max Better?
The second developer beta for iOS 12 was released yesterday for eligible iPhones and iPads, and we’ve gone hands-on to see what’s changed.
We noted in our latest Back to the Mac feature the mixed state of play when it comes to the official external GPU (eGPU) support added in macOS 10.13.4.