Don't-Miss iOS Stories
Setapp gives users access to a curated library of quality apps for whatever you need and without ads or in-app purchases, all for a single monthly price. You can get a one-year subscription on sale for $69.
These two handy features have been in the Android app for some time—now the iOS app catches up.
An option to hide a couple of special calendars isn’t found in Settings.
How to be right and wrong at the same time.
It seems like a reasonable limitation that a parent may want to have on a child's phone.
Load up your smartwatch with some can't-miss wrist gaming.
Praised by J.K. Rowling and NBA Player Roy Hibbert, this app utilizes effective psychoacoustic principles to ease your mind and ensure your sleep is as regenerating as it should be.
We play the new iOS Harry Potter game for iPhone and iPad to see if its free-to-play payment model is as bad as it seems.
John Gruber has dismissed the notion that Apple's Mac-iOS project will be unveiled at WWDC, and he cautions that it might not be the cross-platform experience we want.
Harry Potter wasn't the only big game release from last month.
With iMazing 2, you can seamlessly browse and manage your backups, extract and print your text messages, and drag and drop songs to your iPhone -- all without jailbreaking your device.
The iPhone X did not cause a global slowdown in the smartphone market.
You’ll need all the gold in Gringott’s to get through the new Harry Potter adventure for iPhone and iPad.
If rumors are true, Apple will be pushing the iOS and macOS app worlds closer together much sooner. What does that mean for the Mac, and how we use our Macs every day?
Plus your comments and questions in Macworld Podcast episode 602.