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Don’t try to make the iPad into a PC.
We’ll talk about Apple Pencil support on the new iPhone, Group FaceTime, and your comments and questions.
It can’t be easy to delay a banner feature of your next operating-system release, but when the alternative is releasing something that’s not good enough, this is the right choice.
Will Apple release AR glasses and an Apple Car in the near future? Will the iPhone support Apple Pencil? What’s up with Group FaceTime? We’ll also talk about your comments and questions.
These comic book readers make it easy to catch up on beloved series, no matter what type of fan you are.
You have to try really hard.
This major update to Apple's wireless streaming protocol focuses on multi-room audio.
In a break from recent tradition, 'Holedown' is a simple, addictive iOS puzzle game that doesn't have ads or microtransactions.
Apple and Google both have excellent systems for battling phone addiction, although they're still in beta. Here's how Screen Time and Digital Wellbeing stack up.
This week, it’s audience hot takes on the Macworld Podcast, episode 616.
Apple his a trillion dollar valuation despite those who bet on Amazon.
As the App Store celebrates its 10th anniversary, lets take a look at how things could dramatically change over the next 10.
Somehow the company manages to survive, despite all the dire warnings.
Apple announced its Q3 2018 results. There are a bunch of new features to explore in the betas of iOS 12 and macOS Mojave. Leif talks about his weight-loss project using Apple Watch. Join us with your comments and questions.
Apple’s monster Q3 2018 results, what’s new in iOS 12 and macOS Mojave, Leif’s weight-loss project using Apple Watch, and your comments and questions.
The Apple Watch's market share may be down, but the Macalope thinks it'll probably be OK.
Don't miss hot new releases like Asphalt 9, Holedown, and The Walking Dead: Our World.
We show off our favorite iPad note-taking apps for use with the Apple Pencil, ranging from apps that render your handwriting into text to apps resembling index cards.
Apple is selling heavily discounted HD movies for every decade from 1970 to 2009.