Make room in your laptop bag. When you have only one port type, you need adapters to be able to use your gear.
Is Apple expanding its AirPods lineup? Should you be concerned about the recently revealed Thundebolt security flaw? And what could we see when the iPhone 12 is released this fall? We talk about this and more on this episode of the Macworld Podcast.
To commemorate the upcoming 700th episode of the Macworld Podcast, we’re teaming up with RavPower for a giveaway of their PD 90W Gallium Nitride Wall Charger!
The digital thermometer uses infrared light to give one-second readings
Amazon is selling the Fitbit Charge 3 for $100 today, $50 off its list price.
Anker's 5-in-1 USB-C hub is back down to $18 right now with coupon and checkout code.
You may need to force a full iCloud Photos resynchronization.
Apple is rumored to be splitting the iPhone 12 into distinct pro and non-pro divisions, and that could mean big changes are coming down the road.
Chip transitions give Apple an opportunity to make major changes, like a redesigned iMac and more consumer laptops.
Apple unveils Logic Pro X.5, "the biggest update to Logic since the launch of Logic Pro X," so where's iPad support?
For $150 you get two wireless charging pads, an Apple Watch charger, and 30W USB-C PD output.
The Macalope says that maybe it depends on who’s buying which phone.
The 2020 iPad Pro is a fantastic tablet, although you'll find most of its improvements over the previous model in the camera array. This model now has a 10MP ultra-wide lens and a LiDAR sensor for augmented reality—both of which seem like they'd see little use on a tablet.
Apple’s long-rumored over-the-ear noise-cancelling headphones will take on Bose and Sony.
A series of vulnerabilities in Thunderbolt 2 and 3, collectively called 'Thunderspy,' can leave your Mac open to hacking.