Don't-Miss iOS Stories
What iOS apps are Macworld's staffers loving this month? Check in with Chris Breen, Serenity Caldwell, and the rest of the crew.
Apple released a deluge of features during WWDC, but they won't come to our devices until the fall. No matter: here are some of the ones I'm most excited about seeing.
Your old high-capacity iPhone is about to take a trip to the shop. In the meantime, you're given a much lower-capacity loaner. Here's how to set up the replacement.
Amazon's old cloud player evolves into something more like Spotify, creating even more competition in the growing streaming music sector. Plus: apps for gaming, organizing, and more.
With better device-to-device syncing, smooth group messaging features, and a brand new design, Skype for iPhone finally catches up to competitors.
American Football? No way. The next month is all about the other football.
A new lock screen bypass rears its head, Apple aims for more marketing moves, and exactly what kind of Buddhist was Steve Jobs?
Microsoft's Skype team said the new iPhone app version, due in a week, will finally be on a par with its Android and iOS counterparts. In particular, the pesky offline messaging bugs will be solved, the team promises.
The company's also helping users avoid marketers in iOS 8 and its much-anticipated stock split is now here.
Apple has reportedly acquired Spotsetter, a social search and mapping startup, after the service said that it had closed down.
We recently identified five features in iOS 8 that were cribbed from Android, but why stop there? Apple should nab these others too.
Fraser Speirs is a leader in bringing the iPad into schools. Here's what he thinks iOS 8 will bring to the education market that iOS 7 didn't.
Remember the classic pool game? Play it with your iPhone.
With the advent of extensibility in iOS 8, Dan Moren argues, Apple's mobile OS is finally coming into its own as a mature platform.