Apple made a lot of product news at its March 7 press event, which gives us a lot to talk about in this jumbo-sized Macworld Podcast episode.
Released Wednesday, the mobile version of iPhoto offers multi-touch image editing, effects that can be applied with brushes, and sharing capabilities. Like GarageBand and iMovie for iOS, this app runs on all new Apple mobile devices.
Siri will now support a fifth language -- Japanese -- as part of the iOS 5.1 update released Wednesday. Apple CEO Tim Cook announced the release during Apple's iPad press event.
A new version of Major League Baseball's iOS app hits the App Store on Wednesday. And this season, one app will run in optimized form on your iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad. MLB.com is also introducing a monthly subscription on top of the annual fee to experience the app's full features.
ALK Technologies has announced CoPilot GPS, a free route planner and on-board mapping app for the iPhone and iPad. It's slated to hit the App Store this spring.
Users trying to download an update to the turn-based strategy game from the Mac App Store are unable to do so if they’re running Mac OS X Lion. Why Aspyr works with Apple to fix the issue, it's offering discounts on earlier versions of Civilization and promising to provide a free scenario pack to current and future Civilization V users.
Four firmware updates released Thursday promise to improve stability for every MacBook Air, MacBook Pro, iMac, and Mac mini introduced in 2011.
Fans of classic movies should steer clear of these companion apps for the cable channel the same way they'd avoid a cinematic stinker.
Apple is still reaping the benefits of a halo effect, only now it's the iPhone rather than the iPod that's attracting new users to the company's other products. And this time, the halo effect is extending into markets where Apple hasn't enjoyed much of a presence.
Speaking at a Goldman Sachs conference Tuesday, Apple CEO Tim Cook provided the company's most extensive comments to date on reports of conditions at its suppliers' factories.
This solid blend of the tower defense and real-time strategy games will impress hardcore fans of both genres. However, casual gamers may find less to love about the iPad and iPhone versions of this app.
Version 3.1 of the crowd-sourced traffic and navigation app for iOS adds the ability to report traffic incidents and calculate routes using voice commands.
We've had the chance to test Apple's enhanced ebook reading and creation tools, and the authors of those reviews weigh in on both applications.
The gameplay in this frenetic food-assembly game is every bit as sharp as the knives tossed by the titular chef.
Moonbot Studios builds iOS apps that draw on elements of books, movies, and games for a unique interactive experience that represents the best of what the iOS platform has to offer.