A new report from Bloomberg suggests that Apple may allow users to use third-party apps as defaults on iOS devices.
The coronavirus hits Apple, but rumor has it that it won't stop the iPhone SE 2 from appearing. Plus, an iPadOS 14 wish list, your hot takes, and more on this episode of the Macworld Podcast.
Qualcomm has unveiled the next generation of its 5G modem, the X60, and it's a thinly veiled bid to lock up the iPhone.
Ring flips on mandatory two-factor authentication in an effort to clean up its image.
I got to use the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip for an hour and it changed my whole perception of folding phones.
The Galaxy S20 is loaded with bells and whistles—some of which would be nice to see in the next iPhone.
Flume is a smart leak detector that will save you money—even if it never detects a leak.
Google is celebrating Maps' 15th "birthday" with new design, icon, and features for its ubiquitous app.
Apple updates Apple Maps. Could we actually see a foldable iPhone in the future? GeForce Now gives Mac gaming a boost. All this and more on this episode of the Macworld Podcast.
Apple is testing a new feature that will allow apps purchased on the iPhone will reflect on the Mac (and vice versa), while in-app purchases will soon be available on the Apple Watch.
Google has admitted that it accidentally distributed private videos to the wrong Google Photos users.
TCL has announced it will no longer make BlackBery Android phones as of August 31, 2020, which comes as a surprise to absolutely no one.
Apple has quietly added "onsite service" to its available repair options for broken iPhones.
The new Apple maps redesign finally brings its map data up to par with Google Maps, but there's still a lot of work to be done.
Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo is predicting some new products from Apple in 2020, and we’re intrigued.
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