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Following the momentous visual overhaul of last year's iOS 7, Apple's next iteration of its mobile operating system is all about upgrading what's under the hood.
Here's how Apple's new feature to field iPhone calls on the Mac will work, and why you should care.
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Put your feet up and let us take you through the best bits of iOS 8 and Yosemite -- plus we pony up for a £12,500 phone, and find out why it's the end of the line for line rental.
To achieve independence, Apple and Samsung need to leave Google behind.
Mac OS X got a new look and new features, and iOS 8 received tweaks and new dev tools, but one minor feature showed how Apple can still give us something we didn't know we needed.
Apple's latest WWDC left us with only software. But that might give some clues about the hardware.
Apple is bulking up its iCloud offering while making it more reasonably priced. But a bad experience with the current version makes going back difficult.
Developers will have more freedom with the next iPhone, as Apple lifts some restrictions and adds widgets. Meanwhile, the Google+ iOS app gets new photo-editing tools, and Glance turns a regular watch into a smartwatch.
Console-quality games on iOS could be closer than ever, which means a TV-connected device makes even more sense.
iMessage in iOS 8 adds new features, but it's mainly catching up to existing apps. Here's five apps you can use right now and get the same features.
Apple has been on a mission to make its users less dependent on Google's services. New search features in OS X Yosemite are no exception.