Most future Macs will be armed with new, Apple-made processors called Apple Silicon. Since Apple will have more control over the manufacturing of those devices, is there potential for cost savings? And will any savings be passed onto the consumer? Macworld’s Michael Simon and Computerworld Executive Editor Ken Mingis join Juliet Beauchamp to discuss how Apple Silicon may or may not affect the price of new Macs.
It's the dog days of summer. Who wants to think about productivity? This week's roundup is all about having fun.
This roundup features the "butt case." Why do they call it that? Just look at it!
This week's roundup will help you form new habits, track your productivity, and teach your kids about the world.
This week's roundup includes one of the most expensive accessories we've ever seen. But don't worry! There's affordable cases, speakers, and more, too.
This week's roundup is proof were living in the future.
This week's roundup includes a new case that can power your iPhone and remotely control your TV.
This week's roundup includes apps to help you get in shape, edit photos, get to sleep, and get a meal delivered.
We’re big fans of Apple’s refurbished products—it’s like buying new, only not quite. Now a new product joins their ranks.
This week's roundup includes a look at the new role-playing game, plus new photo-editing apps, an offering that makes your movies for you, and apps to help you get in shape.
This week's roundup includes an unusual tablet stand, plus new earphones, car chargers, iOS cases, and more.
This week's roundup also includes apps to help you manage tasks, track weather, and even call a locksmith.
This week's roundup contains new cases for the iPad Pro, plus headphones, Bluetooth speakers, and more.
This week's roundup includes a new game that helps you relax by smashing stuff. Plus, apps for travel, exercise, and more.
This week's roundup features some new cases for the latest models of iPad Pro. Plus: Cables, air conditioners, earbuds, and more.
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