We discuss which WWDC features will affect most users, E3, Apple app updates, and your hot takes from the Macworld social media feeds.
Apple's new app uses the Microsoft technology behind OneDrive's Files On-Demand.
It's largely a year of updates and ports, but there are also some cool developments in cloud gaming.
iMovie's special effects just got a lot more special.
This sale gets you the best price we've seen for 128GB model with Wi-FI—but only by a buck.
Today only, Target is knocking $100 or more off the cellular and GPS models of the Series 4.
With recent changes, Apple Arcade will be perfect for people who like short, artistic gaming experiences.
With the upcoming changes in iPadOS, it'll almost be like having an inexpensive laptop.
Discounts range from $150 to $900, with the biggest discounts being for the most powerful models.
With mouse support, better file access, and improvements to multitasking, you can feel better about leaving the MacBook behind.
The Macworld Staff offers their thoughts and ideas on the recent announcements from Apple at WWDC19.
ESO’s new expansion has dragons, necromancers, and cat people, but it doesn’t always have a focus.
Apple's new desktop powerhouse is mega modular, super powerful, and supports an amazing new 6K display. There's little to dislike aside from the price.
The list of new features isn't huge, but multi-user support and compatibility with Xbox One and PlayStation 4 controllers will make a lot of users happy.
Seeking a good iOS puzzle game? May won’t let you down.