A error that indicates your iPhone has been bricked is a good thing done wrong.
Today's driverless car is tomorrow's "floaty chair," and that's bad news for humankind.
It's easy to miss the most important part when you try very hard to.
Mention of Li-Fi buried in iOS 9.1's many many lines of code have us intrigued about its potential in the iPhone, Apple TV, and even the Apple Car.
Your iPhone is more of a workhorse than you'd think—especially when you add a Bluetooth keyboard to the mix.
Sometimes a small phone is just a small phone.
Having 15,000 wrist-sized apps available has taught us something: most Apple Watch apps just aren't very good.
Bricking your phone as a service.
It's always iPhone this and iPad that, but as the sturdy workhorse of Apple's lineup, the Mac deserves some praise.
Any discussion about Super Bowl commercials always leads to Apple. In this slideshow, one Macworld editor takes a look at his favorite Apple ads.
It's less its phones and more market dynamics Apple's up against.
Sales continue to slide, and Jason Snell wonders when we'll hit the bottom.
Watching the Super Bowl without cable TV will be easier and better than ever in 2016.
Once upon a time, URLs broke, texts were expensive, and space was tight. Those times are gone.
Apple Music rocks—but it's also hard on the eyes of the visually impaired, explains Steven Aquino.
Sometimes a professor needs to go back to school.