With over a billion users, iOS is one of the biggest consumer operating systems in the world. Here's how it's going to change your iPhone and iPad this fall.
When is the next Apple event? We'll tell you what we know about Apple's event schedule.
Even though AirPower will never be released, Apple's iPhones all support wireless charging. Here's what to look for when picking out a charger for your iPhone 8, X, XS, or XR.
Trying to snag every Activity badge? Here's a full list of every achievement and what you need to do to get it.
In iOS 13, Maps lets you designate favorite locations and build sharable collections, so you can find places more quickly.
Apple promises to complete its U.S. rollout of new map data by the end of the year, with other countries to follow in 2020.
Apple’s foray into personal finance is newsworthy, but the card itself isn’t revolutionary and shouldn’t change our expectations of the credit industry.
Apple's spending a ton of money to produce its own TV content. Here what you can expect to see, and when.
Apple breathes new life into your existing Apple Watch with this year's big watchOS update.
Get ready for Karaoke night with Apple Music in iOS 13, iPadOS 13, or tvOS 13.
Does Touch ID have a future in the iPhone? Does 5G have a future in the MacBook? And your hot takes! That's all in this episode of the Macworld Podcast.
It’s time to face a hard truth about machine learning and AI: to get better, people have to be involved.
Intel just launched its 10th-generation mobile CPUs. Here’s what you can expect if and when Apple puts them in its laptops.
A new iOS 13 feature will help you make sense of all that activity data coming from your Apple Watch.
Don't expect to save any money by restricting yourself to Apple's TV app. In fact, you can save money buying yearly subscriptions in separate apps.
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