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.
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.
If you’re eager for a Goldman Sachs MasterCard with daily cash back, privacy-minded features, and tight Apple Wallet integration, your day has finally arrived.
Ahead of a press event on Monday, August 28, images of the Sonos Move have leaked, showing off the company's new portable speaker.
iMessage for Android might be on the wishlist of tech journalists and pundits, but it wouldn’t make much sense for Apple.
Google is rolling out a new Assistant feature called assignable reminders, which allows you to tell other people in your family to do things.
Got an Apple Card? Then don’t lose your iPhone. Will the iPhone go pro? Will the iPad Pro get a three-lens camera? And if it does, why? And your hot takes! That's all in this episode of the Macworld Podcast.
Apple is rumored to be adding a triple-camera array to the iPad Pro and we have one question: Why?