3D Touch was nothing until it might be going away. Now it’s amazing.
iPadOS 13 will make Apple’s tablet more like a Mac than it’s ever been before. But it still won’t let you have more than one user tied to a device.
What could we see in the new iPhones next year? Will there also be new MacBooks? And your hot takes! That's all in this episode of the Macworld Podcast.
Sky is an unforgettable game, but too often the controls (and your thumbs) get in the way of the experience.
Apple recently simplified its laptop lineup, but more changes could be happening if rumors of a high-end MacBook come to fruition.
Bad methodologies lead to meaningless results.
If Apple wants to start growing iPhone sales again, it should target the mid-range market like Google and Samsung.
Apple’s phone line-up can be complex, even for the savvy consumer, so perhaps this year is an opportunity for the company to simplify.
We did a special edition of the show where we feature your hot takes from the Macworld social media feeds.
The Mac versions of these apps are way behind their iOS counterparts. Catalyst could help fix that.
Apple should take risks. But good risks, not bad risks. It’s easy, say the pundits.
Apple’s subscription gaming service won’t make free-to-play games obsolete, but it will give us lots of high-quality alternatives.
Major changes to Apple’s MacBook lineup! Has Zoom made your Mac vulnerable to hackers? What will Apple be like without Jony Ive? That's all in this episode of the Macworld Podcast.
Apple seems to want us to use the iPad for a similar experience, but it’s not the same.
When you don’t look into it, aren’t all companies really the same?