In a jam-packed event, Apple announced some long-awaited products and the annual iPhone updates.
Technically Incorrect: Apple's CEO says that encryption is "a must" in today's world. He believes that everyone is coming around to that view. Except, perhaps, the FBI.
Technically Incorrect: After suggesting that the Apple CEO was opportunistic, especially in China, Sorkin appears to take back his words.
Technically Incorrect: In comments about his new Steve Jobs movie, the famed writer wonders whether getting your products made by cheap child labor in China isn't also opportunistic.
Apple's new 3D Touch is wowing iPhone 6S owners. Is an Apple Car coming in 2019? And Aaron Sorkin puts the hammer down on CEO Tim Cook.
The new trailer gives us another look at Michael Fassbender and Seth Rogen as Apple co-founders Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak.
The CEO visits Stephen Colbert's new show ahead of Apple's launch of its latest iPhones next week.
It was one of Apple's best keynotes in a long time, but they never tell you everything. We break down all the things they didn't say about the iPhone 6S, iPad Pro and Apple TV.
Apple's September 9th event is official, Intelligent Energy builds an iPhone 6 that lasts one week without a charge and will your iPad take direct phone calls?
Apple doesn't have the power it used to have when it comes to the TV networks, Tim Cook invests in a showerhead and we want an iMac iWheel!
CNET's Lexy Savvides and Shara Tibken discuss Apple's third-quarter earnings and why Wall Street was disappointed in the results.
Sometimes it's about the things Apple leaves out... We wrap up WWDC, break down Apple Music and tell you the best announcement from iOS 9. Plus, Lebron James buys Apple Watches for the Cavs.
From Apple Music to the launch of iOS 9, see the highlights from this year's Worldwide Developers Conference keynote speech.
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