Glenn and Susie are joined by Macworld Staff Writer Caitlin McGarry to unpack all of Apple's WWDC keynote announcements. Or most of them, anyway!
The Apple Watch is getting faster and easier to use, with fun new messaging and fitness features, too.
The Worldwide Developers Conference keynote was two hours long. You may have missed a few things.
Apple is simplifying its streaming music service, starting with design.
Apple just opened Siri to third-party apps. Finally.
Apple is solving its biggest Apple Watch issue: super-slow apps.
We're not expecting new hardware, but the next generation of tvOS and watchOS are on deck at Apple's developers conference next week.
The best activity band is the one you'll wear all day, every day. Fitbit and Misfit are aiming for your dollars with fitness trackers that focus on fashion.
By focusing on style and nailing the basics, Fitbit has a winner with the new Alta fitness band.
Misfit's focus on fashion hobbles the Ray, which relies on vibration and LED lights to communicate with you.
Soon any developer can offer subscriptions and keep more of the revenue, and App Store search is about to get a shake-up with paid ads.
With little support and no timeline for expansion, what's next for CurrentC?
This $180 scale gives you a "mini annual physical" every day, which is probably more than most people need. But it's really, really cool.
Ken Segall wrote the book on how Apple simplified its business to become the most successful company in the world. Now he has a follow-up: Think Simple.
A new external monitor is reportedly on the way, and it'll be able to do all the heavy graphics lifting on its own.