Don't-Miss iOS Stories
When the dog days of winter have set in, what to do? How about distract yourself with a good iOS game. This week's roundup is chock full of them.
All browsers let you go incognito when you want to prevent leaving virtual footprints. On the Mac, Safari, Firefox, and Chrome have private browsing, and Safari offers this on iOS too.
A new update to Google Maps tightens the integration with Uber by letting you book and track rides right in the app.
Apple is reportedly taking on Netflix, Amazon, and Spotify with scripted shows and movies.
Susie and Glenn take a chance to reminisce about the iPhone's introduction, a full decade ago.
In a world of snoopers, end-to-end encryption is the only sensible path to take. Apps like Signal and the strategic use of VPNs are a must.
Macworld's latest digital edition.
This week's roundup includes a few new items that made their debut at this year's Consumer Electronics Show.
Probably not based on historical evidence.
Has Apple become complicit in China’s censorship of the internet and surveillance of its Chinese users?
Suppose you're a dissident. How do you keep your data safe on your iPhone, iPad, and Mac, not to mention online? Glenn Fleishman explains, in the first of a series.
If Apple doesn't stand up to censorship of the internet in China, who will?
But the iPad mini won't get a refresh this time around.
The experimental musician says of his new app: "I wanted also that this music would unfold differently all the time—‘like sitting by a river.’"
The update to the Google Calendar app will sync with your favorite fitness app to track and schedule your workouts.
Citing Chinese regulations, Apple has removed the newspaper's iOS apps in mainland China.