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.
It took six years for someone to make a better digital card game than Blizzard, but Riot may have done just that.
Apple AR glasses could be close to becoming a reality. Apple TV+ could be expanding its library of content. And iOS 13.5 is here. We talk about this and more on this episode of the Macworld Podcast.
Apple has jumped to 13.5 with new features aimed at helping deal with COVID-19.
The 'originals only' approach is apparently not enough.
It has been half a year since Apple launched its premium video streaming service. Consider this a midterm report card.
Is Apple expanding its AirPods lineup? Should you be concerned about the recently revealed Thundebolt security flaw? And what could we see when the iPhone 12 is released this fall? We talk about this and more on this episode of the Macworld Podcast.
For $150 you get two wireless charging pads, an Apple Watch charger, and 30W USB-C PD output.
Apple’s long-rumored over-the-ear noise-cancelling headphones will take on Bose and Sony.
A series of vulnerabilities in Thunderbolt 2 and 3, collectively called 'Thunderspy,' can leave your Mac open to hacking.
So you’re ready to make the leap from Google to Apple. Here’s what you need to know.
The iPhone SE gives you far more for your money than any other iPhone.