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In a new interview, Apple executives "revealed" their strategy of using software like iMessage to push hardware sales.
Next time you're about to fire off a tweet, you can instead decide to go live with just a couple of taps.
Apple confirmed that an iPad running iOS 10 can be the Home Hub if you leave it connected to Wi-Fi and always plugged in. Sounds like an Echo in here.
Pour out some pixels for the gesture that unlocked every iPhone for years.
Usually when the article has a kind of big mistake in it.
Why does Apple care so much about Messages? Just ask anybody.
If you have a compatible iPad, you can now watch Netflix and use other apps at the same time.
Apple's fall event will be all about hardware.
A slideshow is a great way to showcase your vacation pics.
Glenn and Susie are joined by Macworld Staff Writer Caitlin McGarry to unpack all of Apple's WWDC keynote announcements. Or most of them, anyway!
Apple introduced so many developer-friendly features and policies, it's clear the company knows it can't grow its platforms on its own.
The all-new SiriKit is pretty limited for now, and the only streaming service it supports is Apple Music.
This week's roundup includes a number of new ways to ensure you've always got power available for your iPhone and iPad.
Macworld's Jon, Susie, Caitlin, and Oscar discuss the highlights of the WWDC keynote, what surprised us the most, and whether Apple is leaping ahead of its competitors or just catching up.
Apple unveiled major updates to all four of its operating systems: tvOS, macOS, iOS, and watchOS. Some of them are incredibly exciting, while others seem awfully familiar. Is Apple pushing software forward or playing catchup?
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