Apple says the iPhone 11 Pro is “the first iPhone powerful enough to be called Pro,” but that’s hardly the case.
The new iPhone is here, and Apple is calling it Pro. Here's why.
Bloomberg's Mark Gurman and analyst Ming-Chi Kuo serve up some interesting tidbits as Apple's 'By Innovation Only' iPhone event looms.
Apple’s annual September event is just hours away. Here’s what you can expect to see.
Fitbit has made enough improvements to the Versa 2 to call it a true Apple Watch competitor.
Apple’s big event is next week—let’s talk about it! Is sleep tracking coming to the Apple Watch? Plus, your hot takes! That and more are all in this episode of the Macworld Podcast.
The Nikkei Asian Review is reporting that Apple is gearing up to launch a new iPhone SE in 2020.
I tested the Galaxy Note 10+ 5G using Verizon’s network in Providence and I learned one thing: We won’t be getting 5G in an iPhone anytime soon.
Apple has announced a new independent repair provider program that will send genuine parts, tools, training, repair manuals and diagnostics to independent iPhone repair shops.
If the iPhone is finally turning pro, it’s going to need a whole lot more than a new processor.
Apple is reportedly on the verge of releasing a brand new 16-inch MacBook Pro, but it could bring a whole lot more than a new size.
Are you ready for the Apple Card? Apple Arcade pricing and availability revealed! And your hot takes! That and more are all in this episode of the Macworld Podcast.
The Amazon Echo Auto brings Alexa into your car, but it relies too much on your existing technology to be of much use.
Apple has issued a series of tips for keeping your Apple Card clean, but we have a few idea of our own.
The Apple Card, the latest piece of Apple’s lock-in strategy, could end up costing you way more than an iPhone—or a Mac Pro.