Dan MorenContributor, Macworld

Dan has been writing about all things Apple since 2006, when he first started contributing to the MacUser blog. He's a prolific podcaster and the author of the upcoming sci-fi novel The Aleph Extraction, as well as The Bayern Agenda and The Caledonian Gambit.

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With Catalina, the Mac leans on Apple’s other devices

Apple’s other devices have grown up and are here to bring their own unique strengths to support the Mac.

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Siri is more open than ever, but it still has room to grow

In iOS 13, Siri can work with two major new kinds of apps, and Dan Moren thinks it takes us one step further down the road towards the virtual assistant we want.

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Is the writing on the wall for the Apple TV?

With Apple TV+ on its way on a variety of platforms, Dan Moren wonders if the pricey set-top box still has something to offer.

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Three places iOS 13 might point to future Apple ambitions

With Apple’s newest mobile OS available, Dan Moren reads the tea leaves to see where Apple is interested in taking its technology.

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Apple is making its iPhones last longer. That’s a good thing

It might seem counter-intuitive of Apple to prolong the life of its iPhones, but it’s all part of the company’s cunning plan.

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Three things that probably won’t show up at next week’s Apple event

We’ve heard plenty about what we might see at Apple’s event next week, but Dan Moren’s got a handful of things that you shouldn’t bank on.

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Three big questions about Apple’s September event

With Apple's fall event on the horizon, Dan Moren has a handful of questions he'd like to see answered.

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Shoot to thrill: Three camera features the iPhone should add

Cameras have become the killer app of smartphones, and Dan Moren has three features he’d like to see on the iPhone.

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Traveling with Apple tech: What soars, what falls flat

Travel is a great time to see how tech interacts with the real world, and Dan Moren has a found a few places where it succeeds as well as a few where it could be improved.

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Apple should make authentication its next killer app

Some small additions in iOS 13 could point towards bigger implications for Apple and authentication in the long-term.

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How Apple could simplify its complex iPhone line-up this fall

Apple’s phone line-up can be complex, even for the savvy consumer, so perhaps this year is an opportunity for the company to simplify.

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Does Apple’s simplified Mac lineup have a hole in it?

Apple’s recent tweaks to its portable Mac lineup puts the company in an unusual position.

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Jony Ive is gone, but he won’t take Apple with him

Lots of key players have left Apple and the company is still standing. Dan Moren explains why Jony Ive’s departure is no different.

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Features that should be in Apple’s upcoming OS releases but aren’t

As we move away from WWDC, Dan Moren looks back at the features and improvements that didn’t make their appearance this year.

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3 products that would be hits for Apple if the company made them

Like any big company, Apple needs to make choices about where to puts its resources. But some product gaps are going unserved.