Adobe takes a look outside the box with its video editor to outfit it with a more complete set of tools.
You know how Apple always pads its presentations with awesome info slides that disappear as quickly as they appear? Here are the ones you may have missed when you looked down at your iPhone for a hot second.
Apple's annual Worldwide Developer's Conference keynote has come and gone, but you can relive the play-by-play in our live blog.
In June, Jason Snell reviews Apple’s new 12-inch MacBook. Is the single USB-C port a deal breaker? Executive Editor Susie Ochs, takes a closer look at the Apple Watch, and we give you tips to master Apple’s new Photos app.
How Apple's newest gadget is making a difference in our lives so far.
Before the Apple Watch even shipped, updates started hitting the App Store, adding Watch interfaces to the apps we already love on the iPhone.
In May, it’s hands-on with the Apple Watch and the new 12-inch MacBook. Executive Editor Susie Ochs raves about the Apple Watch software while former Macworld Editorial Director Jason Snell takes on the MacBook’s redesigned trackpad. Plus: Time-saving tips for Office for iPad.
Acrobat and the new Document Cloud service go far beyond what other PDF utilities do, but you now have to pay a subscription for the best features.
It was the last new product Steve Jobs announced. It defined a category. It hit the sweet spot between laptop and phone. And five years on, iPad is still the best tablet you can get.
In the April issue, we take a first look at Photos for OS X, Apple’s iPhoto replacement. Also, Apple’s Tim Cook warns that sacrificing privacy “risks our way of life”. Plus, how to share your location with iOS 8 (without creeping yourself out).
The Apple Watch is about to launch, and Macworld will be reporting live. Check back here Monday morning for all the play-by-play.
In the March issue, we look at HomeKit and how Apple will win the smart home by keeping it simple. Also, how the Macbook Air could change everything (again). Plus: First look at Logic Pro X 10.1.
Apple's 2014 products don't even compare to what we expect out of Cupertino next year.