A preliminary settlement has been reached in a class-action lawsuit regarding cable fraying and strain in Apple's T-shaped MagSafe adapters; the company has also begun an Adapter Replacement Program for eligible devices.
Staff editor Serenity Caldwell strums out a few notes with the Woodees iPic Stylus in this Macworld video.
The Woodees $15 iPic Stylus is a quirky pick-and-rubber-nib hybrid designed to aid users in their quest to become digital music masters.
GarageBand 1.1 is out, and there are lots of new features to explore. Macworld staff editor Serenity Caldwell takes a look at the new iPhone interface, changes to the instruments, and general GarageBand tweaks.
Apple has released a universal version of GarageBand for your iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad, and added a slew of nice new features such as custom chords for Smart Instruments and time signature tweaks.
Looking for something to +1 this Halloween season? You may get your wish: Google on Thursday rolled out a slew of new features to Google+, including new breaking news collections, interaction graphs, photo styling, and support for Google Apps users.
Say goodbye to obsessively refreshing the FedEx delivery confirmation window: The next time you order a new iMac from Apple's online store, you may be able to walk right down to your local Apple Store and have your computer ready and waiting.
Renewed rumors over Apple's mythical TV, pesky iPads that drain hotel Wi-Fi, and a rather sinister-looking docking station for your iPhone 4S: The remainders for Tuesday, October 25, 2011 are putting themselves to the fullest possible use.
Congratulations, you've just gotten an iPhone 4S. Let Macworld help you set it up, transfer data from your old phone, and get you playing with all its new features.
Siri's been ported to the iPhone 4, a studio chief fondly remembers Steve Jobs's heckling, and fame does not buy happiness--or iPhones, apparently. The remainders for Monday, October 17, 2011, are ready to blast off.
Digital comics look gorgeous on the iPad--and, as a result of several announcements made at New York Comic Con this weekend, now you can get even more of them on the same day as their printed counterparts.
One of the best parts of iOS 5 is that you no longer have to connect your device to your Mac or PC when you want to sync your information or download a subsequent software update. Here's how it works.
Apple's iCloud service, paired with iOS 5 and Lion, offers users a whole wealth of new sync features, access to purchased content, and geolocation fun. Unfortunately, as iCloud is the company's fourth online service iteration, trying to upgrade can be confusing at best, slam-your-head-against-a-wall-in-frustration at worst. To help ease the pain (and keep your walls dent-free), we've put together some common upgrading scenarios for migrating to iCloud.
Our look at the major changes iOS 5 introduces continues with iMessage, a way to send text, picture, and video messages to other iOS devices users without racking up SMS/MMS charges.
Over the past few years, consumers have become obsessed with the notion of having their documents and data instantly available wherever they are, on whichever device they happen to be using at the time. In the past, Apple experimented with this by offering limited sync services; with iCloud, the company is charging head-first into the digital-sync sphere.