I tested the Galaxy Note 10+ 5G using Verizon’s network in Providence and I learned one thing: We won’t be getting 5G in an iPhone anytime soon.
World of Warcraft Classic splits the MMO into two different games, and so shatters its unique sense of history and community.
Apple needs to fix its Siri problem, but it’s still better on privacy than the competition.
Cameras have become the killer app of smartphones, and Dan Moren has three features he’d like to see on the iPhone.
Are you ready for the Apple Card? Apple Arcade pricing and availability revealed! And your hot takes! That and more are all in this episode of the Macworld Podcast.
The Apple Card, the latest piece of Apple’s lock-in strategy, could end up costing you way more than an iPhone—or a Mac Pro.
There’s enough going on with watchOS and potential new materials to keep Apple’s champion wearable on top.
Don’t bother traveling ever again.
iMessage for Android might be on the wishlist of tech journalists and pundits, but it wouldn’t make much sense for Apple.
A new report has rekindled requests to let us make Spotify the default music player on iOS. But why stop there?
Travel is a great time to see how tech interacts with the real world, and Dan Moren has a found a few places where it succeeds as well as a few where it could be improved.
Got an Apple Card? Then don’t lose your iPhone. Will the iPhone go pro? Will the iPad Pro get a three-lens camera? And if it does, why? And your hot takes! That's all in this episode of the Macworld Podcast.
If you think the Apple Watch is popular now, just wait until more people can use one.
Bad bugs often get worse coverage.
Apple’s foray into personal finance is newsworthy, but the card itself isn’t revolutionary and shouldn’t change our expectations of the credit industry.