The app drawer is an important part of the Messages interface, so it’s a good idea to customize it based on your usage.
On the show, we talk about WWDC19 rumors. What does the future have in store for macOS? We’ll show you how to find Apple Pay locations in Apple Maps. Plus, your hot takes.
With this built-in iOS feature, you can have your iPhone read out loud web articles, emails, and more.
In the latest episode of the Macworld Podcast, we’ll talk about some of the major recent Apple headlines, and what companies should Apple buy? Plus: your hot takes.
Citing “people familiar with the development of macOS 10.15,” 9to5Mac says that the new “Sidecar” feature will let Mac users send any app window to an external display, which can be an iPad.
On the show, we'll talk about the end of AirPower and the new iPads. Plus, our two-minute tip and your hot takes from the Macworld Twitter and Facebook feeds.
Apple's first 6-core 21.5-inch iMac makes a compelling case as an affordable pro-level machine.
Introduced last year, the new video format promises better performance and quality. Third-party companies are starting to show their support.
Apple’s app for making shareable video clips gets several new helpful features to make your videos stand out.
Apple has killed AirPower before it ever shipped
You can watch the show on any Apple device—and even on a Windows PC.
The updates set up users for the 64-bit future of macOS.
In the latest episode of the Macworld Podcast, we cover the news about WWDC19 and Apple's new iPads and iMacs. Our feature discussion covers the Spotify and Apple Music fracas.
Apple’s all-in-one desktop Mac gets a boost in performance.
WWDC19 will showcase the latest developments in iOS, macOS, and more.