Don't-Miss iOS Stories
Apple says iOS 7.1 brings performance improvements to the iPhone 4, but Ars Technica finds that there's only so much that software can do to compensate for aging hardware.
Macworld's Dan Moren, Serenity Caldwell, and Dan Frakes go hands on with the iOS 7.1 update. Here's what we like (and the changes we're not too fond of).
Apple has released iOS 7.1, which brings the new CarPlay feature, as well as plenty of smaller enhancements and bug fixes.
What iOS apps are Macworld's staffers loving this month? Check in with Jason Snell, Dan Moren, and the rest of the crew.
The latest edition of Gmail works about as well as you think it should, at last. Also, apps for paying bills, reading documents, and fighting World War II better than ever.
Caterina Fake of Flickr fame launched a new exploration app for iOS, where users visit a location and leave behind a virtual note.
2013 saw Jony Ive come into his own as designer of Apple software, with the release of iOS 7. Here's what that could mean for the future of both iOS and OS X.
Any time Apple makes a mistake you know it's time to bring out the kitchen sink.
Google's Hangouts 2.0 app features stickers, looping video messages, and a way to share your location with friends. Wait, haven't we seen these features before?
Digital keys galore, synchronized hardware encryption, and extreme paranoia are just some of the more exciting ingredients that keep your mobile data safe from prying eyes, whether on your device or in the cloud.
Your kid spends all his time mucking about with his iPod touch when he should be doing his homework. Here's a way to remove one distraction.
Sometimes there's no replacement for sitting in front of your Mac. Fortunately, Screens exists to bring your Mac to your iOS device.
Chris Breen and Serenity Caldwell talk over the Apple news of the week including SSL bug slain, other Apple "oops," Comcast cares, Threes strategy, and apps we like.
Continuing a spate of purchases over recent months, Apple has acquired Burstly and its TestFlight platform, a beta testing service for iOS developers.
Kirk McElhearn returns in the guise of iTunes Guy to solve issues of unclean albums, desired album artwork that's gone missing, and album artwork you'd rather not see.