The next couple of years could be hard for Mac users, because things are going to be strange and different. We’re going to have to learn new ways of doing things
It’s a tradition among pundits: Let’s compare Apple to Microsoft. That never gets old. Or does it?
Many people won’t miss iTunes if it’s broken up, but Dan Moren thinks there are features worth salvaging.
On the show, we'll talk about the end of AirPower and the new iPads. Plus, our two-minute tip and your hot takes from the Macworld Twitter and Facebook feeds.
Holding Apple responsible for the bad actions of its competitors.
“Just another streaming service” is enough, because content is king.
It’s been over two years since Apple opted to axe the headphone jack from the iPhone and guess what? Things are pretty good.
With the death of AirPower, Dan Moren has his eye on three other Apple products that could present challenges in the year to come.
Only 200,000 users took the free trial of a pre-installed app in the first 48 hours.
You can’t delete issues? I have to read PDFs? What the heck, Apple?
AirPower's failure to launch was bad, but not this bad.
Apple's show time event might have looked different, but at the end of the day it's still all about keeping you in Apple's world.
If Apple needs to issue an official apology for poor functionality of one of the most used features in its most expensive notebook, something is wrong.
Apple needs to roll services like Apple Music, Apple TV+, Apple Arcade, and Apple News+ into once convenient package. And a few extra perks wouldn't hurt.
In this episode of the Macworld Podcast, we cover Google's Stadia service, iOS 12.2, and the latest developments in Qualcomm's fight with Apple. Our feature discussion covers Apple TV+, Apple News+, Apple Arcade, and the Apple Card.