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As Silicon Valley spirals deeper into its midlife crisis, we really need Apple to be the normal one. But the pressures of Vision Pro and news of "Apple GPT" lead CNET's Bridget Carey to worry that Apple may go through an unusual phase.
At Samsung Unpacked in Seoul, the company debuts the Galaxy Watch Series 6. The new watches offer improved sleep tracking, and the Classic model gets its bezel back.
Apple's attempts at a music-focused social network keep falling flat. But does Apple even want to fix it? CNET's Bridget Carey explores the social network features hidden in Apple Music, and what could change if TikTok Music grows.
The iOS 17 update nudges us to always keep our phones on with StandBy Mode — but is more screen time the path for all Apple devices? Bridget Carey looks at signs that Macs and iPads may shift into always-on smart displays.
The iPhone maker is asking the US Supreme Court to hear its appeal in the Epic Games antitrust case -- and in the EU, Apple will be navigating possible iOS changes from the Digital Markets Act. Meanwhile, a Swiss trademark battle over the image of an Apple has some fruit farmers worried.
The annual summer sale includes a few new twists in 2023, including invite-only deals. We have some advice for shopping smart (even if you don't shop on Amazon).
We're learning more about Apple's upcoming headset as developers get to tinker with apps and programming for Vision Pro.
Apple gives widgets a boost in the latest software for the iPhone, iPad, Mac and Apple Watch. As CNET's Bridget Carey learns to live with widgets, she gets some helpful perspective from mobile expert Lisa Eadicicco.
The iOS 17 update means big changes to how you will use your iPhone — and it may bring back some old habits. Bridget Carey explains.
Widgets, new cycling and hiking features should make the Apple Watch an even better phone companion and health tracker.
The new headset from Apple is a technical marvel — and yet, there are some unsettling features that need to be addressed if this is going to be the future of computing.
There's one more thing to talk about before the big WWDC keynote on June 5. CNET's Bridget Carey looks at industry trends and rumors to see if new iOS 17 and XROS programming will hint at future iPhone design.
Apple is expected to announce iOS 17 at WWDC.
I want to see more from the Apple Watch's temperature sensor and sleep tracking in particular.
Apple's reveal of its mixed reality headset is expected at WWDC on June 5. CNET's Bridget Carey goes over all the news likely to drop — including new Mac computers and updates to iOS, MacOS and WatchOS.