Half a year in, Apple’s subscription-based gaming service is embracing its mobile heritage, for better or for worse.
Apple on Wednesday released a bunch of new products. We talk about what we'll see in the new iPad Pro, MacBook Air, Mac mini, and more. That's all in this episode of the Macworld Podcast.
Apple is closing all retail stores outside of China for two weeks and letting Apple Card holders skip March payments.
The conference—which will likely introduce iOS and iPadOS 14—will still be held in June on unspecified dates.
We talk about what Apple has in the works for its next version of its iPhone and iPad operating systems in this episode of the Macworld Podcast.
From support forums to mailing your device to Apple, there are multiple ways to get help for your Apple device without leaving the house.
Apple’s new science fiction series emphasizes wonder, not warnings.
Sick of having dozens of documents with little snippets of text in your favorite text-editing apps? This new app elegantly eliminates that problem.
What is the effect of the coronavirus on Apple? Will that stop Apple from making new mini-LED based products? And is an iPad with trackpad support a bad idea? All this and more on this episode of the Macworld Podcast.
You’ll have to wait a couple of days for it to ship, but it’s worth it.
The HomePod probably should have always sold for $200.
After weeks of merely ‘okay’ releases, ‘Crossy Road Castle’ revives excitement for Apple’s gaming subscription service.
It's not quite a laptop, but it's pretty darn close.
Some big changes are coming to the Mac hardware. And let’s admit it: You know you’re excited about the rumors of a new iPod touch. All this and more on this episode of the Macworld Podcast.
We’d love to see battery life and Siri improvements, but here are five things Apple could do that likely wouldn’t require a massive overhaul of the Apple Watch.