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AirPods, the World’s Most Popular Wireless Headphones, Are Getting Even Better


Apple today announced new AirPods, the second generation of the world’s most popular wireless headphones.

Apple today introduced the iPad Air in an all new 10.5-inch model, offering the latest innovations and advanced performance at a more affordable price.


The tech company, about to have a showcase event on its campus, is expected to reveal details about a dozen or more programs ready to go or almost done.

Apple’s TV plans, explained. (Spoiler: Apple isn’t taking on Netflix yet.)

Apple Inc. signed Vox to be part of an upcoming subscription service for newspaper and magazine readers, according to a person familiar with the matter, adding the popular explainer website to a lineup that’s due to be announced next week.


On the second floor of a Silicon Valley office complex, in a conference room crowded with a dozen workers and three times as many devices, Apple is watching sports for you.

People really love the iPad mini, so Apple’s updated it with Pencil support and a fast new processor. It’s great.

If you want a device that is bigger than a phone, but smaller and more holdable than a laptop-screen-sized thing for reading and just walking around with, the iPad Mini is it.



One writer’s theory on why, two years after launching, Apple’s expensive, magical headphones are suddenly taking over our headspace.


Apple developed its original iPhone in great secrecy, and The Verge has obtained exclusive access to a prototype developer board. It has all of the original iPhone chips on it, and it was used by engineers to develop the operating system for the phone hardware before it shipped in 2007.