This week's roundup of Mac apps brings you a jam-packed collection of software that solves all kinds of problems—from office needs to blogging and even painting with code.
Glenn and Susie are joined by special guests Joe Kissell and Jeff Carlson to talk about Photos, iCloud Photo Library, and how it fits into our post-iPhoto-and-Aperture lives.
This week's roundup includes two new beautiful Apple Watch stands crafted from fine woods. We also feature several new options for keeping your iPhone and iPad powered up at all times.
When combined with another exploit, the No iOS Zone flaw can make iPhones, iPads, and iPods impossible to use.
Executing the troubled laptop was 'glorious,' but most definitely illegal.
A job posting seeks someone with “in-depth knowledge about public transit,” after the rumored feature didn't pan out in iOS 8.
The term "permissions fix" gets thrown around as a solution to all sorts of problems, like when your Mac slows down or experiences random crashes. Here's a guide to permissions, and various ways to run permissions fixes.
The introduction of Photos OS X brought a flurry of problems and questions, some more of which we answer this week.
Collaborate with coworkers without diving too deep into a project with these essential Apple Watch apps.
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.
Developers, developers, developers, developers! Apple wants to hook you up so you don't have to wait until June to test Apple Watch apps on an actual Apple Watch.
Adobe's photo organizer makes easy work of HDR and panoramas, recognizes faces, and takes better advantage of your computer's GPU.
Your Watch may be on its way as soon as Friday.