Apple whisperer Ming-Chi Kuo has chimed in about Apple's MacBook roadmap, and big changes could be in store over the next 12 months.
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.
Apple has launched the iPad Air (3rd generation) Service Program for Blank Screen Issue for models made last year.
Oppo has basically made an Apple Watch for Android, but beyond the slavish copying, it has some cool features that I'd like to see in the Series 6.
Signify has announced that the first-gen Hue Bridge will no longer receive updates after April.
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.
Apple has settled a class-action lawsuit over iPhone throttling, agreeing to pay up to $500 million to consumers.
Apple is rumored to be working on a Smart Keyboard with a trackpad for the iPad Pro. I’m hoping we never see it.
The Apple Watch continues its push into health care with a new joint study in conjunction with Johnson & Johnson.
Mozilla has announced that it is enabling default DNS over HTTPS on its Firefox browser, likely setting up a lengthy battle with the U.S. government.
A slew of new product names spotted in Target's internal database raises speculation for Apple's March event.
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.