Macworld's Mac Basics Superguide for Mountain Lion is now available for purchase on the iBookstore as well as on the Kindle, Nook, Mac, and PC.
Apple surprised everyone, even Macworld, when it released a fully souped-up fourth-generation iPad just six months after its predecessor. Our Superguide team went to work, and now we're proud to present the fourth edition of our iPad Starter Guide.
Going home for the holidays? Keep the tech talk off the table this year and answer your family's tech support questions with a copy of Macworld's Mac Basics Superguide, now updated for Mountain Lion.
Google gets ready to turn over a new leaf with Maps for iOS, Apple may be the only tech company legally able to bring you page turners, and Nintendo turns to iOS apps with in-app purchase.
Apple may dip Intel chips, OS X 10.9 is waking up from a cat nap, and Amazon's taking home the bacon in Europe.
Apple executive Eddy Cue gets a flattering write-up, Motorola gets a flat take-it-or-leave-it offer from Cupertino, and how to turn your older Mac's drives into a Fusion Drive in twenty-seven hours flat.
New version offers simplified tools, new templates, portrait-only options, and more publishing goodness.
iBooks faces tough competition from Amazon's Kindle app. But the latest version of iBooks offers substantial improvements over the previous edition.
Among its many Tuesday announcements, Apple introduced iBooks 3. Senior writer Lex Friedman went hands on with the updated app to check out the changes.
The iPad mini was the marquee addition to Apple's product lineup on Tuesday, but it was the only hardware Apple unveiled. In addition to the smaller version of its tablet, Apple released a new generation of its full-sized iPad as well as new iMac, MacBook Pro, and Mac mini models.