Michael SimonStaff Writer, Macworld

If it has a screen, battery or a plug, Michael Simon wants to play with it. He has been obsessed with technology since he bought his first ThinkPad—the one with the lift-up keyboard that let you swap out the drive. He's still waiting for that to come back in style.

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2020 iPhone rumors: 5G is coming, LCD is going away, and the XS might get a surprising downgrade

Analyst Ming-Chi Kuo predicts 5G and an OLED XR will debut in next year's iPhone, along with a smaller XS.

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Why Apple should follow Google's lead and 'leak' the iPhone 11 design early

Google shocked the world this week by revealing the entire back of the Pixel 4, cameras and all. Maybe Apple should do the same thing.

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WWDC announcements with the widest impact, E3, iPhone USB-C rumor, and your hot takes

We discuss which WWDC features will affect most users, E3, Apple app updates, and your hot takes from the Macworld social media feeds.

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Fitbit Charge 3 vs Inspire HR: Which advanced fitness tracker is right for you?

The Fitbit Charge 3 and Inspire HR trackers both offer smartwatch features with fitness and tracking and small grayscale screens. But which one is right for your wrist?

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iOS chief Craig Federighi hints that someday Siri won't take over your whole screen—but not for a while

Apple VP Craig Federighi told an iPad fan that his dream of an unobtrusive Siri interface could happen, but not this year.

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iTunes changes on macOS 10.15 Catalina: Not quite dead, but a whole lot different

Apple is breaking up iTunes into smaller apps in macOS 10.15 Catalina. Here’s everything you need to know about what’ new.

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The star of WWDC wasn’t the Mac Pro or Dark Mode. It was privacy

Apple unveiled a lot of new features during WWDC, but none was bigger than its privacy push.

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WWDC19: New Mac Pro, iOS 13, iPadOS, macOS Catalina, tvOS 6, watchOS 6, and more

The Macworld Staff offers their thoughts and ideas on the recent announcements from Apple at WWDC19.

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Apple’s Pro products are becoming less and less attainable for the professionals they’re made for

Apple has redefined what a pro is, so the Mac Pro and Pro Display XDR may not be for you.

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The new Mac Pro is Apple’s love letter to forgotten die-hard Mac fans

Apple’s new Mac Pro—handles, holes and all—is a perfect reboot of the classic Mac we thought was long gone.

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Here are all the new iOS 13 features Apple didn't reveal on the WWDC stage

Apple outlined several new iOS 13 features during its WWDC keynote, but there's a lot it didn't have time to mention.

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Millions of iOS apps may be coming to the Mac thanks to Project Catalyst

Apple has officially launched a new framework called Project Catalyst that will make it easy for developers to create Mac versions of their iPhone and iPad apps.

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Meet WatchOS 6: Six ways Apple is turning its watch into a mini iPhone

Apple has unveiled watchOS 6, and it makes the Apple Watch more independent than ever.

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WWDC 2019 last-minute rumors: No new hardware, no more iTunes, and iPadOS?

The WWDC keynote is set to kick off in just a few hours, and the rumors are still coming in hot.

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Google Maps will now help you navigate restaurant menus, too

A new feature in Google Maps highlights popular dishes with the help of user reviews.

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