This week's Weekly Wrap covers the top Macworld stories for the week of November 7, 2011. If you've DVRed this week to watch some other work, SPOILER ALERT!
Sprint confirmed that starting Friday, the iPhone 4S will ship locked to the carrier's own international roaming SIM, with an unlock available on request after 90 days.
Jason Snell encourages you to write 50,000 words in 30 days. It can be done.
Jason Snell, Serenity Caldwell, Dan Frakes, and Lex Friedman discuss Walter Isaacson's book "Steve Jobs."
Jason Snell as he remembered the iPod on its fifth anniversary, five years ago.
Given the iPhone's popularity as a camera, it's no surprise that Apple would look to boost the photography features contained in its mobile OS. But what's new in the Camera and Photo apps with iOS 5? Jason Snell has the answers.
Sprint issued a statement that clarifies its policy toward international unlocking of the iPhone 4S.
All devices running iOS 5 will feature a new permanent folder called Newsstand that will feature magazines and newspapers subscriptions. Jason Snell has more on this new iOS feature.
Jason Snell talks with the iPhone 4S's assistant, Siri, in this Macworld video.
Jason Snell reviews the iPhone 4S. It's what we've come to expect from an iPhone upgrade with an "S" on the end of the name: better camera, snazzy new voice features, and a whole lot of new speed.
For U.S. iPhone users, the iPhone 4S opens up numerous possibilities for roaming internationally.
Jason Snell remembers Steve Jobs, his life, and what he meant to all of us.
Apple's live event is scheduled for Tuesday. We're covering it live!
Jason Snell's back with more Kindle news: In this case, answering a reader's question about getting files from your Mac onto your Kindle.
Downloadable software used to be for geeks only, Jason Snell writes. That's not true anymore, but Apple's changes to the Mac App Store come with some serious risks.