The Apple TV is on sale, and Glenn is even more excited than Susie, now that he has gigabit fiber internet right inside his house. Find out more about that whole journey on this week's podcast! Well, before the fire drill anyway.
Elsewhere, Facebook claimed to fix its battery problem, but it turns out you don't even need Facebook's main app on your phone—or Messenger, while we're deleting things—to have a complete Facebook experience. Whatever apps and data you do have on your phone, Apple still refuses to help the authorities hack it, even if a court wants them to. MacKeeper's settlement is being split among more people than anticipated (and you can still get in on it), and Chase Pay is CurrentC all over again but at least uses credit cards.
New Apple TVs now on sale, with delivery starting Oct. 30 by Caitlin McGarry
Facebook has figured out why it’s draining your iPhone battery by Jared Newman
Apple can't and won't give governments back door into new iPhones by Caitlin McGarry
Chase hopes you'll use its shopping app instead of Apple Pay by Jon Fingas at Engadget
MacKeeper buyers ask for refunds in droves following lawsuit by Jeremy Kirk
You can subscribe to the Macworld Podcast—or leave us a review!—right here in iTunes. Or you can point your favorite podcast-savvy RSS reader at: