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Apple has a last-ditch effort when you’ve lost it all, but it’s not guaranteed.
What to do when you get inappropriate suggestions from the iOS autocorrect feature.
Updated information about a turnkey, automated cracking system marketed to law enforcement makes it clear users should pick longer passcodes.
A new report from Bloomberg claims that Apple is poised to launch a new premium news service based on its acquisition of the Texture app. Here's why it might work this time around.
Android OEMs may be lying about the software patches they've delivered.
Apple makes it easy to sign up for subscription services like Apple Music, but unsubscribing from them on your iPhone or iPad is a much trickier process.
Here's everything you need to know about Apple Pay, including how to use it on your iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch, and Mac, and what stores and apps accept it.
The iPhone 8 and 8 Plus have the Home button and body bezels, they still use Touch ID instead of Face ID, and the LCD screen sizes are the same that you're used to. But don't call them retro.
There are lots of great iOS app that don’t have a Mac counterpart. Jason Snell hopes that will eventually change.
Today presents a relatively rare opportunity to pick up discounted iTunes gift cards and buy movies on sale on the same day.
Nothing to be done about it. Probably should just cancel the iPhone.
With new Pencil, annotation, book, and drawing support, Pages for iOS becomes a more comprehensive document tool.
When is the next Apple event? We'll tell you what we know about Apple's event schedule for 2018.
If you're looking for a tablet that delivers an experience much like the iPad Pro for a more agreeable price tag, the sixth-generation 9.7-inch iPad has you covered.
If only that red badge could be dismissed.
The Macworld staff talks about the latest happenings in the world of Apple. Plus, we feature your comments and questions.
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