AirDrop is one of the most useful features of the the iPhone, iPad, and Mac. But it could stand some some major upgrades.
Some good Apple punditry doesn't mean it's all good.
The company is trying to weaponize concern for its users to protect its business interests.
The Macalope thought it was weird last week to see Apple portray itself as beset by foes on all sides.
The App Store is the most contentious business Apple runs, and it needs some fixes.
On this episode of the Macworld Podcast, it's all about your hot takes, specifically about what Apple should include with its next iPhone. We'll respond to your thoughts on this topic.
Microsoft complains about Apple but maybe isn’t that wrong.
Computerworld executive editor Ken Mingis and Macworld writer Michael Simon join Juliet Beauhamp to debate whether or not the iPad Pro is a practical enterprise device. Can the iPad Pro ever replace a traditional laptop like the MacBook Pro? They also discuss whether or not iPadOS 14 makes the iPad better for work.
Nearly a year into its push in services, Apple’s competitors still seem to have the upper hand. We take a look at what’s working, what needs to changes, and where we hope Apple takes its services in the future on this episode of the Macworld Podcast.
Don't let rumors of the next iPhone's battery ruin your summer.
Apple's move has implications for Microsoft.
Transitions are opportunities for changes and endings. Could we see the Touch Bar disappear from the MacBook Pro?
Apple might be focused on the Mac’s processor right now, but apps are next big transition—and the seeds are already planted.
The Macalope: So long and thanks for... Uh, well, so long.
There’s never been a more exciting time to be a Mac user.