The iPad is Apple’s platform with the most room to grow. Jason Snell hopes that at WWDC, the iPad continues to move forward.
Android’s Smart Unlock is the perfect solution to the problem of Face ID not working when you’re wearing a mask.
The Macalope: If the rumors are to be believed, Apple is looking for more delightfully impish ways to cheat you out of your hard-earned money.
Rumors of an Apple smart glasses are intensifying, so Dan Moren takes a look at what exactly such a device would do and the challenges it would face.
Apple AR glasses could be close to becoming a reality. Apple TV+ could be expanding its library of content. And iOS 13.5 is here. We talk about this and more on this episode of the Macworld Podcast.
The Mac is still capable, but sometimes the iPad is better at solving certain problems. Jason Snell explains.
Reports say there are a lot, but The Macalope asks, how many of them affect you?
It has been half a year since Apple launched its premium video streaming service. Consider this a midterm report card.
Apple is rumored to be splitting the iPhone 12 into distinct pro and non-pro divisions, and that could mean big changes are coming down the road.
Chip transitions give Apple an opportunity to make major changes, like a redesigned iMac and more consumer laptops.
The Macalope says that maybe it depends on who’s buying which phone.
5G might be a thing some time, but it's not a thing yet.
Apple is set to launch an all-5G lineup with the iPhone 12, but if you were prepared for a price hike, you're in for a pleasant surprise.
Remember SteamVR on Mac? Nobody else did, either, so it’s gone now.
We’re all adjusting to a new normal, and Dan Moren thinks Apple could make some adjustments for its devices to help.