Apple has been building its ultra wideband technology into devices for a couple years now, but it still doesn't do much...yet.
The iPhone 13, an Apple silicon iMac, iPadOS 15—those are just some of the products we could see from Apple in 2021. Which ones are we most excited see in the coming year? We talk about that and more in this episode of the Macworld Podcast.
Apple's smallest laptop is the 13-inch MacBook Air. But Jason Snell thinks Apple should go smaller.
If sales are low, it might partly be Apple's fault, says the Macalope.
Reports of the company's AR ambitions suggest that it may soon take the next step to making them a reality.
What’s in store for mobile development in 2021? Apple may be in the very early stages of developing a folding iPhone. Plus, there may be wearables on the way as more reliable 5G access spreads across the country. Macworld senior writer Michael Simon and Computerworld executive editor Ken Mingis join Juliet Beauchamp to discuss how a folding iPhone may look like an iPhone/iPad hybrid, what to expect in terms of continuing 5G rollout and whether or not 2021 will be the year of Apple Glass.
It was an eventful 2020 for Apple, and in this episode of the Macworld Podcast, we’ll take a look at the year in review for the company, with our thoughts on what went right and what went wrong.
We’ve seen enormous innovation in most of Apple’s product lines over the last decade. Now it’s the Mac’s turn to flourish again.
Apple’s longstanding philosophy of a thousand nos for every yes has led to some insanely great products—but could it actually sell a car?
Let's try something new in 2021, pundits.
It's not all smooth sailing for Apple in 2021: a handful of battles are hovering just over the horizon for the Cupertino-based company.
In 2021, can Apple deliver something better than it did for iOS, iPhone, and iPad in 2020?
2020 was a big year for the Mac. 2021 could be an even bigger year.
The annual silly season may soon be upon us.
How well did Jason Snell do with his 2020 predictions? Pretty good, actually.