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Samsung shareholders decry the company's "obsession" with the devices. Apple could do better with its communication tools. In this episode of the Macworld Podcast, we talk about what the app store does right and what it gets oh-so-very wrong, and what we as customers need to do to get the most out of it.
Thanks to Apple silicon, the Mac could have a pretty good year. Chip companies can tout benchmarks all day, but Apple has an advantage they don't: Decades of macOS optimization. This episode of the Macworld Podcast is all about your hot takes. You have thoughts on the latest Apple happenings, and we highlight them on the show. The naysayers need a new reason to predict Apple's downfall. New Year’s resolutions are a longtime tradition, and the Macworld staff is taking this opportunity to get into the swing of things. It’s our 2022 resolutions in this episode of the Macworld Podcast. After another milestone, some words seem out of place. Apple's 2021 had its ups and downs for its customers and developers. While 2022 will be filled with the usual products, Apple could also be planning a serious splash with some new product categories. 2022 could be another big year for Apple. And on this episode of the Macworld Podcast, we look into our crystal ball and see what’s in store for next year. A bill Apple seemingly supports but has been lobbying against appears dead. Dan Moren makes his picks for the three most significant accomplishments made by Apple and how they will shape the future. On this episode of the Macworld Podcast, we talk about the Apple products that left an impression on us The iPhone SE is a nice device, but it's not going to attract a billion people. Let's look at what Apple is doing right now that might clue us in to where it's headed with augmented and virtual reality.nn Several of Apple's most ambitious 2021 iOS and macOS features have yet to be released. While most of them should arrive, some important ones will likely be delayed further. Nobody wants iPhones under their tree. They'd rather have foldable phones. Or something. Despite the concerns of some, Apple's headwinds in China seem overblown.