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Bloomberg reports that Apple’s ‘Marzipan’ will make it easier for developers to write code.
We talk about analyst Ming Chi-Kuo and his predictions for the Mac, iPhone, Apple Watch, and more. We also talk about Samsung’s announcements today. Plus, we listen to your comments and questions.
Lines at the Apple Store were not solely related to Apple selling more iPhones. The Macalope explains.
Having trouble selecting apps in the honeycomb grid? List view might be easier.
When is the next Apple event? We'll tell you what we know about Apple's event schedule.
Apple makes it easy to sign up for subscription services like Apple Music, but unsubscribing from them on your iPhone or iPad is trickier process.
Apple used to make you delve into depths of the Settings app that you probably never even knew existed when you wanted to cancel an Apple Music or App Store subscription. Fortunately, a recent update greatly simplifies this process. You can still do it either way, though, and in this video, Macworld's Leif Johnson shows you how.
What will happen next year? Let’s talk about predictions for Apple and technology in 2019. Plus, we discuss your comments and questions.
Everyone knows how to delete apps on the home screen, but not everyone knows there's another way. A better way.
After a couple high profile security flaws, Dan Moren thinks Apple needs to take a hard look at its bug bounty program.
Apple introduced the Walkie-Talkie app for Apple Watch in watchOS 5, and it's a cool way to keep in touch with Apple Watch-owning friends. In this video, Macworld's Leif Johnson shows you how to contact someone, add contacts, delete contacts, and disable Walkie-Talkie.
The serious bug that let FaceTime callers listen in on others before they picked up has now been fixed.
The next update to Safari will remove the useless "Ask websites not to track me" as Apple implements stricter and smarter anti-tracking tools.
iPhones are fickle about the versions of macOS and iTunes they can connect with.
Macworld Podcast episode 639
The Emoji 12.0 list for 2019 has been finalized. Now all that is left is for Apple to add them in a software update.
The iPad has essentially used the same home screen for nine years. Jason Snell has a few ideas on how it can be updated.
In the 639th episode of the Macworld podcast, we discuss the upcoming departure of Apple retail chief Angela Ahrendts and what it means for the future of the Apple Store. In addition, we discuss changes in the latest iOS 12.2 beta and whether Apple's upcoming media services can put the company back over the $1 trillion valuation mark.
The Macalope finds that the Apple doom train continues to chug along whether you choose to ride it or it ever stops at Cupertino or not.
It's a massive privacy risk, but fortunately Apple says a fix is in the works.
Chances are they’re gone, but there are a few places you can check.
Employee apps and betas no longer work on iPhones at Facebook or Google.
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