A year after the transition from founder Steve Jobs to successor Tim Cook, Apple is still thriving. But it can't coast. Here are the five questions the company must answer as it faces the years to come.
Whether you scored an iPhone 5 on launch day or are eagerly awaiting its arrival from your local postman, you can learn about your new device with Macworld's iPhone 5 Starter Guide -- now available.
iOS 6 has hit the stage. Let the editors at Macworld help you upgrade your iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad with this step-by-step guide, available for $3.99.
iFixit and Chipworks team up to tear down Apple's A6 processor. Chip geeks, read on.
Sure, iOS 6 is a nice upgrade. But it didn't fix a bunch of things that irritated us in earlier versions of the mobile OS. Here's our bug list.
Now that we've had a few hours to play with our iPhone 5s, we've got a few preliminary impressions.
There's a new iPhone coming to an Apple Store near you. What's different about the iPhone 5? What are its marquee features? And most important: When can you get one? We answer all those questions and more in this guide to the latest smartphone out of Cupertino.
As Apple prepares for its Sept. 12 press event, it's worth keeping an eye out to see if any of these mobile offerings out of Cupertino are slated for an update.
An update on Apple's iCloud system status page says that 1.1 percent of subscribers are unable to access their iCloud mail on Tuesday.
It will be available inside Apple's Mac Pro, another piece of hardware that's taking a long time to update.
The 2012 NFL season is underway, and these apps can keep you posted on all of the action happening at stadia from Seattle to Foxboro.
These iOS games -- like life -- throw up a lot of obstacles in your path. But getting around those obstacles is a lot more fun on your iPhone or iPad.
Apple's cryptic invitation on Tuesday to an event set for next week triggered another surge in trade-in activity by consumers wanting to unload older iPhones.
As the technology world at large now knows, Apple will host a special media event on September 12 at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts. The next version of the iPhone is likely to be the star of the show, but Macworld's staff ruminates on what other surprises the event might bring.