Apple is now selling three models of its Apple Watch and choosing between them isn’t so easy. Until you know what to look for.
In case you missed it, here's a wrap up of the important Apple news of the week.
Here's what you can watch now and what's on the way.
Apple's game subscription service features carefully curated games with no ads and no in-app purchases.
Here’s everything we know (and hope) Apple is releasing in March 2021.
Apple has confirmed that there's no default music setting in iOS 14.5, but it's beginning to teach Siri which apps we like to use.
The latest rumor about the iPad Pro is that it will have a processor on par with the M1 chip for the Mac. Here’s why that might matter.
Want an Apple ID but plan to never pay for a single thing from Apple through that ID? Here's how to set it up.
Children really want iPhones, but it's hard to find the right balance of cost and features.
You’ll also get partial HomeKit support, but some other features are missing from this premium-priced smart home device.
This powerful Bluetooth speaker isn't much to look at it, but it delivers a knock-out performance.
It’s setting up to be a big year for Apple TV and TV+, so on this episode of the Macworld Podcast, we talk about the latest news and rumors, the shows to watch, and a lot more
Don't expect to save any money by restricting yourself to Apple's TV app. In fact, you can save money buying yearly subscriptions in separate apps.
You can buy and watch third-party streaming services right within Apple's TV app, but support is limited.