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This week's roundup of new gear for your iOS devices includes a famous prop from "Back to the Future." (Alas, you won't do any time traveling.) We've also got cables, speakers, stands, and more.
Macworld and Rich Stevens of Diesel Sweeties present Multitouch Theater, a weekly cartoon about Macs, iOS, and everything in-between. This week: What's in an iPad?
Capo touch’s ability to slow down or speed up music, raise or lower the key, and loop regions can help musicians at all skill levels learn and practice new songs.
EtreCheck creates a profile of your computer so you can use it when troubleshooting a problem.
If you're buzzing about Marvel's latest blockbuster film, these apps and games can help you dig deeper and savor the comic goodness.
A good backup plan should include a bootable duplicate. We tell you the best app for the task.
The latest Office for iPad update gives you PDF export—but only as an email attachment. Get around this frustrating limitation by using IFTTT to store those PDFs to the cloud with just a few taps.
When you hit the road to deliver important presentations, things are bound to go wrong eventually. But when they do, you can still wow the crowd if you've brought the right stuff. Here's what Joe Kissell packs in his emergency tool-kit.
The two rivals will continue to pursue existing patent lawsuits in the U.S.
In this month's Digital Edition of Macworld, we answer frequently asked questions about Apple's upcoming OSes, offer tips for organizing your iTunes library, and discuss the impact of Apple's acquisition of Beats.
The next iPhone looks to be announced on September 9, which means the rumor mill is in full drive speculating over its purported features. Here are the facts we know, rumors debunked, and some reasoned guesses about what it'll be like.
Never lose touch with your contacts using these handy apps and services.