It was a big day for Apple this past Tuesday. We talk about the event itself, the new iPhones, Apple Arcade and Apple TV+, the new Apple Watch, and a lot, lot more in this episode of the Macworld Podcast.
Apple's event was packed with new stuff, but some of the early rumors didn't pan out.
The Series 5 is an iterative release, but adds several welcome features including an always-on display.
You can watch the show on any Apple device or, for the first time, on YouTube.
Google’s report created a false impression among users that their devices were compromised, Apple says.
Apple's Bluetooth low-energy trackers appear to be coming soon.
Anyone with an Apple Music subscription can access the site from many web browsers and operating systems.
Apple may have more in store for us on September 10 than we expected.
Tests are more demanding and rigorous, and scores cannot be compared to Geekbench 4.
Called ‘Time in Bed tracking’, it’s unclear if the feature will require a new Apple Watch or not.
The company is expected to reveal a trio of iPhones, a new Apple Watch, and possibly new iPads or a MacBook.
Apple’s OS updates are coming soon. What should we expect? Apple is making improvements to Siri (finally). And your hot takes! That and more are all in this episode of the Macworld Podcast.
"We realize we haven’t been fully living up to our high ideals, and for that we apologize."
Apple appears to be testing a welcome expansion of Siri’s capabilities.
The iPhone SE is never coming back, but its spirit should live on in a new, more affordable iPhone.