If you live in Iceland, this is a must-get update.
Apple’s built-in Weather app gets the job done, but third-party apps offer a lot more.
Samsung announces a new foldable phone, along with updated Galaxy Buds and new phones. Does it mean anything for Apple? Also, we chat about iOS 13.4, the iPhone SE 2, and more on this episode of the Macworld Podcast.
Tired of getting emails every month about your app and service subscriptions billed through Apple? Here’s how to opt out.
You can’t yet directly share Apple Card data with financial planning apps, but you can export a CSV or OFX file and then import it into them.
As we look ahead to iOS 14, Apple's still got plenty of work left to do on iOS 13.
Unique passwords are essential, but they’re not enough. You should secure all important accounts with two-factor authentication.
Clever code sleuths have found references to new Apple TV hardware, though its features are mostly unknown.
Apple's spending a ton of money to produce its own TV content. Here what you can expect to see, and when.
Safari’s a great browser, but it’s not the only option for your Mac and may not be the best browser for your needs.
Soon, even more TV owners will be able to play Apple content without Apple TV hardware.
A little behind the 2019 deadline, Apple’s new map data now covers the entire United States. The Europe rollout begins this year.
The final list for Emoji 13.0 has been released, and will probably land on our iPhones, iPads, and Macs this fall.
What do we want to see in iOS 14? The iPad turned ten this week. How much money did Apple make this past quarter? All this and more on this episode of the Macworld Podcast.
This release seems to be aimed at fixing minor bugs within iOS and iPadOS 13.3.
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