After being told it needed it now, it turns out 5G isn't ready.
There's definitely a problem, but don't take criticism from just anyone.
Apple's holding its second event of the autumn, and Dan Moren has some thoughts about what announcements we’re likely to see.
Apple announced its second fall event for Tuesday, October 13. Expect to see the new additions to the iPhone lineup, including the iPhone 12 Pro Max and iPhone 12 Mini. Computerworld executive editor Ken Mingis and Macworld writer Michael Simon join Juliet Beauchamp to discuss features of the new iPhone 12, whether or not users will be able to access 5G speeds and what other products may be announced at the Hi, Speed event.
Apple is having an online event next week. So in this episode of the Macworld Podcast, we preview the event. We talk about we expect to see, what we won’t see, and more.
The Macalope: Maybe Apple didn't miss much by not buying Tesla.
Automation has gotten more and more powerful on Apple's platforms, but it’s still got a ways to go.
The new Apple Watch SE is here. We talk about the new wearable and what it means for Apple’s watch lineup, Fitbit, and more.
People upgrade for emojis. Why not for more customization features?
Someone needs to stand up to Apple, but the Macalope doesn't think that Epic is the ideal white knight.
The Sense may be Fitbit's most advanced smartwatch, but it's also trying way too hard to beat the Apple Watch.
iOS 14 became available last week. We talk about our experiences with five of the major features of the new iPhone operating system. That’s in this episode of the Macworld Podcast.
The Series 6 feels like an incremental move. It’s time for Apple to take the Watch to new places.
The Apple Watch is not the flop pundits were looking for.
Apple rolled out strong family initiatives alongside its new watches and tablets last week, but there is one piece that is still missing.