Read breaking news about Apple, technology, and all points in between. News articles are listed in chronological order, with the most recent article at the top.

November 10, 2022 Apple Releases iOS, iPadOS 16.1.1 and macOS 13.0.1
November 9, 2022 New Findings Raise Concerns Over Apple’s Commitment to Privacy
November 8, 2022 Eufy Offers Cheaper and Better AirTag Alternative
November 7, 2022 iOS 16.1 Plagues iPhone Users With Crashes and Freezes
November 6, 2022 Over Three Week Wait Time on iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max
November 5, 2022 Twitter Layoffs Loom Over Silicon Valley
November 4, 2022 FCC Commissioner Calls for U.S. TikTok Ban
November 3, 2022 COVID Outbreak Shuts Down Largest iPhone Manufacturing Facility
November 2, 2022 Apple Blocks Spotify’s Attempts to Direct Audiobooks Sales Outside of the App Store
November 1, 2022 Apple Music Pays Artists Three Times as Much as Spotify
October 31, 2022 Apple Taxes Facebook and Social Media Apps with In-App Boost Purchasing Requirement
October 30, 2022 Appledystopia Deletes Twitter Account
October 29, 2022 Apple Developing 16-Inch iPad Pro
October 28, 2022 Apple Adds Clean Energy Charging to iOS 16.1
October 27, 2022 Watch the 2022 World Series for Free on Your iPhone
October 26, 2022 Apple Charging More for Apple TV+, Apple Music, and Apple One
October 25, 2022 iOS 16.1 Brings Serious Wi-Fi Problems to iPhone Users
October 24, 2022 Apple Releases iOS, iPadOS, and tvOS 16.1
October 23, 2022 Apple Shifting Manufacturing and Supply Chain Away From China
October 22, 2022 Apple Launches New iPad Pro Lineup with M2 Processor
October 21, 2022 Apple TV HD Discontinued
October 20, 2022 Apple Pauses iPhone 14 Plus Manufacturing
October 19, 2022 Apple Launches New iPad Models


    1. No. We publish an article pretty much every day. We also have a lot of updates to do, with 1200+ pages. But we don’t do news every day. News doesn’t work for small publishers like us. We were Google News publishers for a few years. We published about 300 news stories and got maybe 250 page views between all of them. It was our older evergreen content that kept the site afloat.

      It’s unfortunate because tech news is so bad. Even major publications like the Wall Street Journal and Bloomberg seem to be missing so much from their tech news. They just regurgitate big tech PR and marketing. I find all the Twitter panic so amusing — like it’s the most advanced technology in the world. That’s all about “journalists” worried about losing their extra income.

      We only do news if it’s something that’s very important (iOS updates, security flaws) or something the corporate media has explained poorly (Twitter hype, Apple Car hype, Dynamic Island hype, using AirPods as hearing aids misinformation). With the latter, we’d offer that more as a tech tip than a story. Yes, don’t use AirPods for hearing aids. There are major corporate publications that claim you can use AirPods as hearing aids. Totally reckless!

      Thanks for the comment. No breaks for us! I worked a little on Thanksgiving day, because we have articles about Black Friday and Cyber Monday sales.

      Most of our articles are how-to guides or a collection of tech tips. Corporate tech tends to do these poorly, because their writers have very little tech experience. They do the BS news stories and click-bait about Apple. If you’re looking for useful information, that’s what we do.

      Most of our new content is under the How-To and Tech Tips sections. Just scroll down to the bottom of the screen and you’ll see our site nav. I should really move it to the top of the page where people can see it.

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