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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Apple WWDC 2018: The best announcements you may have missed

We focus a lot on the big ticket announcements from WWDC, but Dan Moren wants to take a moment to discuss his favorite smaller enhancements to Apple’s major platforms.

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WWDC 2018: Apple’s counterintuitive business moves

Dan Moren takes a look at recent Apple decisions that would seem to run counter to the company's business model, but may just be its most savvy moves yet.

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What to expect when you’re expecting WWDC

WWDC is right around the corner, and Dan Moren has some thoughts on improvements he'd like to see in Apple's iOS, tvOS, and watchOS platforms.

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macOS 10.14: Improvements that Apple’s Mac operating system could use

Apple’s primed to launch a new version of macOS in a couple weeks, and Dan Moren has a few improvements he’d like to see to the venerable OS.

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How Apple’s big picture ventures get small for the consumer

Apple, unlike many of its competitors, doesn't broadcast its moonshots—the big ambitious projects that aim to change the world. Instead, Dan Moren says, it aims small.

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The iMac’s lasting legacy

Twenty years on, the iMac is still an active part of Apple's lineup, but Dan Moren thinks its influence reaches far beyond the desktop, or even the PC.

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iPhones Rumors: What you might find (or miss) in the next iPhone

It's never too early to take a look at rumors of the next iPhone. Dan Moren has rounded up three such rumors about things you might find—or might miss—in Apple's next smartphones.

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Apple and the land of low, low prices

Apple’s had a long, fraught history when it comes to playing the low-end of the market. Dan Moren takes a look at the state of Apple’s inexpensive products, and where they might be headed.

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Apple’s new model: Please subscribe

Over the past couple years, Apple’s Services division has become one of its more successful businesses. Dan Moren has noticed a pronounced trend towards subscription services.

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Apple innovations that you can’t live without

There are plenty of opportunities to critique Apple's technology, but Dan Moren has a few examples of f Apple features and capabilities that make life much easier.

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The new Mac Pro: What can we expect from Apple in 2019?

Apple confirmed once again that a new Mac Pro is coming, but to figure out what it might look like, Dan Moren suggests we look at what Apple’s already doing in the pro sphere.

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It’s time for Apple to show iBooks some love

Rumblings of an overhaul to Apple's ebook offering are mounting, but can the company compete with the behemoth that is Amazon?

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Technology education for the masses could be Apple’s next big thing

As Apple prepares to unveil its latest education efforts, Dan Moren wonders if the company should take a more holistic approach to teaching technology.

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The many skills (and pitfalls) of Siri

Siri, its powers and its limitations, have been a hot topic of conversation of late. Dan Moren runs down how he uses (and doesn't use) Apple's virtual assistant.

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Springtime for Apple: New products we’re expecting

Will AirPower, a new iPad mini, and a new iPhone SE be revealed soon?