Having trouble with the beta on your iPhone or iPad? You can go back, but it's not quick and easy.
The first ‘Mac with Apple silicon’ benchmarks are out, giving us some idea of how well non-native apps may perform with Rosetta translation.
After what Apple showed at WWDC, you’d be crazy to buy a new Mac right now.
We talk about iOS 14, iPadOS 14, macOS Big Sur, and Apple's switch to its own ARM processors in Macs, on this episode of the Macworld Podcast.
Macs that use Apple's own processors are coming this year. Here's how the transition will work.
The pandemic is surging in some states, and Apple is taking employee and customer safety seriously.
The expensive multi-device charger that nobody really needs is still in the works in Apple labs, according to new leaks by Jon Prosser.
Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference starts on Monday, June 22. On this episode of the Macworld Podcast, we talk about what could happen at the show.
The company has highlighted three of the 350 winner from 41 countries.
Apple's developer conference has moved online this year, but we still expect some major announcements.
Apple has shifted processor architectures in the Mac twice before. History doesn’t repeat itself, but it does rhyme.
The switch could be happening sooner than later. We may also finally see wholesale changes to the iMac. We talk about Apple's Mac plans and more on this episode of the Macworld Podcast.
One of our most-wanted features may finally come to iPhone this year.
The patent, filed in 2018, may be just the thing for a pandemic-stricken world.
The statement is linked prominently from the front page of Apple.com.