Coast 2.0 introduces a handful of improvements that make browsing the Web on the iPad faster and easier.
Tuesday's "we still have a lot to cover" event should bring revamped iPads, new Mac computers, and a passel of new software unto the world.
It's been five years since the release of the first iPhone OS, and a lot has changed with each subsequent release. Take a stroll down memory lane as I chart the changes with each new version.
Apple's bold move into the ripe-for-change textbook market has introduced more questions than answers. Here's a look at some out biggest ones.
The new iPad is rocking a slimmer design with new goodies like cameras and a beefier processor, but it's also missing some things many had expected. Find out what they are.
And scan them, too! Brother's free app works with virtually all the company's Wi-Fi and Ethernet multifunction printers.
Apple releases faster iBooks (up to 1.42 GHz), adds sudden motion sensor, scrolling trackpad
Company touts changes to its iBook laptop and Mac Mini lines, including increased memory and built-in wireless technology.
Mighty Mouse, company's only such point-and-click device, now comes in Bluetooth-powered wireless version. Photos: Apple's wireless Mighty Mouse
Final member of Intel-based laptop family comes in three models, starting at $1,099 for a 1.83GHz processor. Photos: MacBook out of the box