As macOS becomes more like iOS, there’s a fear that Apple will take away some freedoms that Mac users are used to. But that’s unlikely, explains Jason Snell.
Google has released the $399 Pixel 3a, and it’s everything the iPhone SE should be.
The genetic tests are back. Tim Cook is not Steve Jobs.
‘Warren Buffet’s Paper Wizard’ is Apple’s first game since 2008, and it comes off as self-satire.
The New York Times raised the specter of anti-competitive behavior after Apple banned some parental-control apps in the App Store. The Times has it wrong.
With several Family Sharing-enabled services on the way, now is the time for Apple to fix its family payments problem.
On the show, we’ll talk about Apple’s recent financials and Apple’s battle with parental control apps. Plus, how to preserve video quality when sharing videos between iPhones and Android phones, and your hot takes.
The iPhone takes very high quality photos and videos, but that’s not enough anymore.
When Apple bans apps from the store, maybe there’s a reason.
With rumors of mice and trackpads coming to iOS, Dan Moren thinks the time is right for a change in the Mac user interface.
On the show, we talk about WWDC19 rumors. What does the future have in store for macOS? We’ll show you how to find Apple Pay locations in Apple Maps. Plus, your hot takes.
Jason Snell noticed something strange creeping into his thoughts occasionally while working on his iMac Pro: iOS does many things better.
Foldable phones hit a bump.
There’s a lot of grim speculation surrounding iOS apps transplanted to the Mac, but Dan Moren thinks there’s some reasons for optimism, too.
Apple’s ‘courage’ to remove the headphone jack has created a brave new world.
In the latest episode of the Macworld Podcast, we’ll talk about some of the major recent Apple headlines, and what companies should Apple buy? Plus: your hot takes.