Facebook updated its iOS app for iPhone 6s and 6s Plus, and we also found great iOS updates for Day One and TripAdvisor.
Glenn sold his Apple Watch, and Susie bought a new iPhone. Time to talk about what a weird process that's becoming. Elsewhere, Amazon and Microsoft mess up, and content blocking gets messy.
OS X 10.11 El Capitan has a lot of little touches that make your Mac more productive...and more fun.
Glenn and Susie are joined by Macworld columnist Lisa Schmeiser for a discussion about parenting young kids in the age of social media and omnipresent screens.
Apple is issuing across-the-board refunds, according to Peace's developer Marco Arment.
Once you upgrade to iOS 9, take some time to peruse the Settings app to tweak it just to your liking.
The $3 app used Ghostery's database to allow users to block ads in Mobile Safari, but Arment didn't "feel good" about it after the fact. Here's how to get a refund.
Glenn and Susie are joined by Brianna Wu of Giant Spacekat, who gives us some real talk about developing games for the next Apple TV. Elsewhere, we talk iOS 9 and the new iPhone 6s.
It's faster and more secure, it'll use less power, and it doesn't need as much space as iOS 8 did. Just get it!
Catch up on anything you missed this week as you wait to preorder your new iPhone 6s.
Preorders start tonight. Time to strategize.
Apple's new set-top box lost a port but gained a great new way to navigate.
Apple's answer to the Surface Pro tablets is built for work, with a huge screen perfect for multitasking and an Apple Pencil for precision design and artistry.
Its Live Photos and 3D Touch are especially delightful.
Starting at $130, Runtastic's new watches track steps, calories, active minutes, and sleep.
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