Don't-Miss iOS Stories
All facts must bend to the will of the preconception.
This week's roundup includes apps to help you get in shape, edit photos, get to sleep, and get a meal delivered.
Macworld's latest digital edition.
It's thick with nagging free-to-play elements, but the glossy action is tough to resist.
We’re big fans of Apple’s refurbished products—it’s like buying new, only not quite. Now a new product joins their ranks.
Apple is the most powerful force in the podcast industry. And the company is making changes in iOS 11 that will make your podcast listening experience less complicated.
These action figures talk, light up, and connect your iOS device, but the game isn't great.
I've gotten over the loss of the headphone jack, but I don't see how ditching Touch ID in the iPhone 8 could be a good idea.
Let us make some assumptions and then freak out.
There's more to iOS 11 than was originally revealed at WWDC.
We dug through the new iOS 11 to find the best hidden features you should know about.
We compare four camera apps for their manual controls, RAW export, and iPhone 7 Plus support.
This next-gen action adventure RPG connects smart figures, trading cards, and more.
Battle in teams of three as you switch between heroes and villains like Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman, and The Joker in head-to-head combat.
In this snappy video, watch as Apple's mobile operating system gains a growing list of features over the past decade.
Decrying the iPhone for things that are worse on Android.
If you can't make every upgrade unbelievably dramatic, why bother?
Using the public betas? Do your duty and report bugs to Apple.
This week's roundup includes a look at the new role-playing game, plus new photo-editing apps, an offering that makes your movies for you, and apps to help you get in shape.