Jony Ive’s Departure Means Big Changes Are Coming to Apple

Shockwaves ran through Apple’s universe this week after the company’s iconic design guru, Jony Ive, announced his departure. Ive told the Financial Times on Thursday that he plans to start a new design firm, LoveFrom, after he leaves Apple later this year. He’ll run it alongside longtime Apple industrial designer Marc Newson, who is also […]

Apple Watch Series 4 Outsold Every Other Smart Watch in 2018—in Just One Quarter

If the iPod was a cultural phenomenon and the iPhone changed the smartphone industry, the Apple Watch has proven that when it comes to competing with Apple in wearables, it’s an arduous task. On Tuesday, market researcher Counterpoint Research said that Apple Watch shipments rose by 22% year-over-year in 2018, earning the company 37% market […]

Apple Watch Gets Female Menstrual-Cycle Tracking and These Other Health Features

Apple is enhancing the health and fitness features of its Apple Watch, including adding a new app for women to track their menstrual cycles. The new app will give users “a simple, discrete way to visualize your cycle right on your wrist,” Dr. Sumbul Desai, Apple’s vice president of health, said during the keynote address […]

Apple’s WWDC 2019: What Time It Starts, How to Watch and More

Apple’s traditional fall press conferences, where it usually rolls out new iPhone models, are must-watch events for the tech world, but they can’t hold a candle to the company’s Worldwide Developers Conference. The annual event is Apple’s showcase for new software and technologies–a preview, if you will, of what’s to come. And this year’s conference […]

WWDC Preview: How Tim Cook Plans to Keep Apple Watch Healthy for Business and Consumers

Apple has been the top seller of wearable computing devices for the past few years, thanks to the popularity of its smartwatches and AirPod wireless earbuds. But with competitors like Fitbit, Samsung, and Garmin adding new features to their competing devices, Apple can’t afford to stand still. The fifth generation update of the Apple Watch […]

Why Consumers Are Connecting Smartwatches to Cell Plans, But Disconnecting Tablets

For the first time since Apple introduced cellular-capable iPads in 2010, more people took their tablets off their U.S. mobile plans last year than added them, according to a new report. But the reversal wasn’t all bad news for wireless carriers Verizon vz , AT&T, Sprint s and T-Mobile tmus , said longtime industry analyst […]