What could we see in the new iPhones next year? Will there also be new MacBooks? And your hot takes! That's all in this episode of the Macworld Podcast.
Perhaps the most widely-used app on our iPhones being reorganized in iOS 13.
The latest point release to watchOS won’t mean much to most of you, unless you have a Series 4 and live in Canada or Singapore.
This point-release probably gets iOS 12 ready for the Apple Card launch this summer.
Apple's making it easier to work with text in iOS 13 with a series of new gestures.
With Apple’s big push into streaming content, the time is right to rethink its streaming hardware.
There are 230 new emojis coming to your iPhone and Mac in 2019. Apple’s giving a sneak peek at some of them.
The Mac versions of these apps are way behind their iOS counterparts. Catalyst could help fix that.
Apple’s subscription gaming service won’t make free-to-play games obsolete, but it will give us lots of high-quality alternatives.
Get that huge list of open tabs under control with iOS 13’s helpful new feature.
Major changes to Apple’s MacBook lineup! Has Zoom made your Mac vulnerable to hackers? What will Apple be like without Jony Ive? That's all in this episode of the Macworld Podcast.
If you want your iPhone’s battery to hold its charge over time, you’ll enable this feature.
No more jumping between your app and Settings just to connect to your favorite Bluetooth headphones.
That big SSD still costs a lot, but it's not the ridiculous upsell it was before.
No more digging into the Settings menu—you can join Wi-Fi networks right from the Control Center!