Apple prides itself on its integration between hardware, software, and services. But even it misses sometimes.
The App Store and iWork saved the iPad from being “just a big iPhone.”
The Macalope is all over a viral video that makes a bogus claim as well as an unintended claim.
Apple Arcade’s latest release is founded on a fun, fast-paced concept, but rough edges cause it to lose its luster within minutes.
When will the 5G iPhone launch? Speaking of launches, do you remember the very first iPhone launch? All this and more on this episode of the Macworld Podcast.
Jason Snell says it’s time for Apple to build a product that makes your home smarter and more secure.
As Microsoft shuts down Windows 7, it has an opportunity to move Windows into a new era—and it could take a few lessons from Apple on how to do that.
Apple's earbuds are among its hottest products right now, so why the ANC been broken for a month?
2020 presents a small phone conundrum.
2020 has barely begun and we already have out first camera gimmick of the year. Please make it stop.
As Apple becomes embroiled in another battle with the government over cybersecurity, Dan Moren argues that the company should double down on its privacy stand.
You’re not saving any time paying with your phone if you have to pull a loyalty card out of your wallet.
Will the iPad Pro get a three-lens camera? We'll talk about it, plus iPhone rumors, Apple TV+ and the Golden Globes, and your hot takes.
Support for external pointing devices in iOS 13 is very much a first draft. In doing so, the platform could reap some surprising rewards.
It's 2020. Where's the Apple Car?