Bug fixes will no longer be delayed over guideline violations, and developers can appeal Apple's decisions on violations or suggest changes to the guidelines.
Apple and Epic: Their fight is making headlines. What is all the hubub about? And what does it mean for you? We’ll talk about this and more on this episode of the Macworld Podcast.
At TSMC’s annual Technology Symposium, the company revealed some of the first details of its future chip technology.
Motion and Compressor get a few new features, too.
Buried in the accessibility settings are some of iOS 14's coolest new toys.
Apple’s streaming service is competing with the likes Netflix, Disney, and Amazon Prime. Here’s everything we know so far.
Despite being constructed almost entirely of tropes and clichés, this breezy comedy is the kind of show anybody can enjoy.
Apple’s protectionist policies prevent you from enjoying services such as Project xCloud. A ban on TikTok and WeChat could affect Apple’s bottom line. We talk about this and more on this episode of the Macworld Podcast.
Apple is adding several welcome new privacy-minded features to your iPhone and iPad this fall.
A just minor bugfix release that everyone should go ahead and download.
A new beta site for Apple Music updates the web app to follow the changes coming to iOS 14 and macOS Big Sur.
The company is trying to weaponize concern for its users to protect its business interests.
Should you buy an iMac when Apple silicon is on the horizon? There’s also a major change in Apple leadership that we talk about on this episode of the Macworld Podcast.
Some of the best parts of iOS 14 aren't immediately obvious!
A rare shakeup in the senior leadership of Apple.