Apple’s purchase of Shazam might not be as splashy (or as expensive) as its $3.2 billion Beats buy, but it means much more to the iPhone.
The Macworld staff talks about the recent news in the world of Apple.
At long last, Amazon Prime Video has arrived on Apple TV.
Whether you've been an Apple Watch user since day one or just bought your first one, there's a lot to know about Apple's wearable platform. We've got all of the answers inside.
Fitbit has released the first software update to its Ionic smartwatch, bringing a handful of new apps and dozens of clock faces.
Another widespread bug has hit Apple devices, this time affecting iPhones and iPads running iOS 11.1.2. In response, Apple has pushed out iOS 11.2 early.
Apple has announced that its Heart Study app is available for download, letting Apple Watch owners participate in a research group to identify irregular heart rates.
According to a recent report, Apple sold 6 million iPhone X units over Black Friday weekend—and it wasn't even at a sale price! Plus, we talk about the latest High Sierra bug, what's next for Face ID, and more.
If you want to switch to a new carrier, you'll need to make sure your iPhone is unlocked first. Here's how to do it on Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile, Sprint, and Virgin Mobile.
Apple's new smart speaker is on track to release in early 2018 after a delay, but it might not be everything we want it to be.
iOS developer Steven Troughton-Smith has uncovered reference to an A10 Fusion chip in the iMac Pro code, which could brings always-on Siri to macOS.
Siri skips Christmas this year; Apple's HomePod speaker was due to begin shipping in December.
How does the iPhone X stack up against the Galaxy Note 8, the Google Pixel 2, and the LG V30? And what should we expect from Apple before the end of the year?
I pitted iPhone X against the Galaxy Note 8, Google Pixel 2 XL, and the LG V30, and the results were very one-sided.
Apple may be working on a new laser-emitted iPhone rear camera to augment its AR ambitions. But we won't see it till 2019.