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The state of Mac gaming

WWDC 2017 gave onlookers new hope (Metal 2!), but Mac gaming still lags despite growth.

The Gearhead podcast: Was the iPhone a revolution or just slick...

On its new podcast, Ars UK talks iPhone at 10, iMac Pro, and mysteries of the HomePod.

IDG Contributor Network: Apple releases iOS 11: What developers need to...

As Apple laid the groundwork for iOS 11 at WWDC this week, developers approached the start line of a long summer ahead.

The preview of iOS 11 sets the bar high for development teams across the board, and is pushing iOS developers to experiment with emerging technologies like artificial intelligence (AI) and augmented reality (AR) unlike ever before.We have three months to go before the new operating system hits the market.

To get the development process off on the right foot, letrsquo;s break down some of the biggest changes and challenges with iOS 11 that are putting devops teams to the test. Popular devices dropped from iOS 11 With the introduction of iOS 11, addressing changes in supported devices is a crucial first step. With the upcoming launch of iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, and iPad Pro 10.5, these new devices will push the iPhone 5, iPhone 5C, and iPad Mini off the list of iOS 11-supported devices.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here

Here’s hoping the iMac Pro learns from the Mac Pro’s mistakes

It's a bit odd, but it's the first step toward fixing Apple's pro desktops.

Homepod is Apple’s first “breakthrough home speaker,” coming December at $349

Has home management features, but currently focused more on music than on Siri.

Apple introduces a redesigned 10.5-inch iPad Pro starting at $649.99

Redesigned device gives us a full-size onscreen keyboard and lots of other stuff.

Apple gives the MacBook and MacBook Pros a Kaby Lake refresh

Apple modernizes its laptops in a rare WWDC hardware update.

SteamVR is coming to Mac—and Apple says it will actually work

Metal 2 API getting Unreal 4, Unity engine support; Thunderbolt 3 GPU enclosure coming.

Apple introduces watchOS 4 at WWDC with new Siri-powered watch face

New watch faces, activity features, a new music app, and more.

What to expect from Apple’s WWDC 2017 keynote on Monday

We know many of the broad strokes, but the details will be a surprise.

Liveblog: Apple’s WWDC 2017 keynote

Join us as we look at the latest refreshes to Apple's slew of operating systems.