Amazon's true wireless earbuds get many things right, but lacks the refinement of its best competitors.
Just in time to make good on its January promise to support AirPlay 2 and HomeKit this year.
Our biggest complaint was the price, but at $19.99 it's a steal, and a great option to get started with wireless charging.
Dress up your wireless earbuds with these sleeves, tips, skins, and straps.
Apple charges 40% more for its comparable cable.
Even though you have to supply your own USB power adapter, this is a great deal.
We have the new 16-inch MacBook Pro, so we’ll talk about our impressions of the new laptop. Plus, we’ll respond to your hot takes and a lot more on this episode of the Macworld Podcast.
More than half of the U.S. is now covered, but Apple has a long way to go to meet its goal of updating the entire U.S. by the end of 2019.
The rocky release of iOS 13 has started to settle down, but there are still bugs to fix.
After a spate of recent illnesses and deaths, Apple is going to remove apps related to vaping products.
There’s no telling exactly what the firmware does, though it probably includes some minor bug fixes or reliability tweaks.
If you want wireless earbuds with the H1 chip, you have three models to choose from. Which one reigns supreme?
Not the best-sounding wireless earbuds you can buy, just the most effortless and delightful.
Grab this update to stop background apps from aggressively quitting, forcing you to reload them too often.
Apple TV+ is here! Let’s talk about our experience with the video streaming service, share our thoughts on the shows, and more. That’s the focus of this episode of the Macworld Podcast.