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.
You can now use more types of physical security keys to unlock your Google account on Apple devices.
The message of support has taken over the For You, Browse, and Radio sections, but you can still use Search and access your Library.
What if Bob’s Burgers wasn’t very funny and was performed by the glee club?
The small update is recommended for all users.
This is the best MFi controller you can buy, but the $70 price tag makes it tough to justify.
You can’t yet directly share Apple Card data with financial planning apps, but you can export a CSV or OFX file and then import it into them.
This episode of the Macworld Podcast is all about your hot takes. We’ll respond to your thoughts on Apple TV+, the Apple/Google COVID-19 API, Apple’s rumored AR glasses, and more.
Apple and Google have new technology to help you know when you might have been exposed to someone with COVID-19. It's not as scary as it sounds.
You’ve got one HomePod in your living room and four people who want to use it. No problem!
iOS 14 will probably make its debut at WWDC in June. Here are 10 features we hope to see in the next operating system for the iPhone.