The App Store rules do need to be improved, but not all arguments against it are great.
Now that the M1 Macs are out in the wild, Dan Moren turns to what other features these could enable on Apple's computers.
The new M1 MacBook Pro has arrived, and we have one in hand. Computerworld executive editor Ken Mingis and Macworld senior writer Michael Simon join Juliet Beauchamp to discuss how the M1 MacBook Pro’s performance compares to last year’s 16-inch model, how well applications run on the new machines and what to consider if you’re looking to upgrade.
Apple’s new M1 MacBook Air, MacBook Pro, and Mac mini are here. We talk about our hands-on experiences and why we think these Macs are so freakin’ amazing in this episode of the Macworld Podcast.
If there's one this we can learn from Apple's iPhone 12 launch, it's that phone screens don't need to have a higher resolution than 1080p.
Apple's new M1 MacBooks are closer than ever to the update I've wanted for years, but I'm still saving my money for a little longer.
Was it ever in doubt?
It shouldn't take publicity to make the App Store approval process work right.
On the eve of Apple’s announcement of Macs powered by its own processors, Dan Moren envisions two different transition paths Apple might take.
Apple is having an event on Tuesday, November 10. What is Apple up to? And Jason Cross has his review of the new iPad Air. That’s all in this episode of the Macworld Podcast.
Apple's rounded iPhone feature set is a feature in itself. The Macalope explains.
Wondering about Apple’s switch to its own processors? The Macalope says it’s probably not going to be the horror story some people think.
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.