Barely two years later, notches are everywhere—and Apple paved the way for them.
We discuss which WWDC features will affect most users, E3, Apple app updates, and your hot takes from the Macworld social media feeds.
Sure, Apple talks about it a lot and it's one of the big reasons people prefer its products, but why mention it?
With recent changes, Apple Arcade will be perfect for people who like short, artistic gaming experiences.
Apple unveiled a lot of new features during WWDC, but none was bigger than its privacy push.
The Macworld Staff offers their thoughts and ideas on the recent announcements from Apple at WWDC19.
Apple has redefined what a pro is, so the Mac Pro and Pro Display XDR may not be for you.
This year’s iPhones doomed, just like every year’s iPhones.
Apple’s new Mac Pro—handles, holes and all—is a perfect reboot of the classic Mac we thought was long gone.
Dan Moren runs down his list of the announcements he’ll be looking (and hoping) for at WWDC19.
We talk about the new iPod touch and Apple's WWDC19 by talking about what could happen with iOS, the iPhone, and the iPad. Plus, your hot takes from the Macworld social media feeds.
The company hopes to have you on its side as it increasingly comes under fire for monopolistic practices.
Apple’s focus on the Mac could be a big part of WWDC19. Jason Snell has his ideas on what he’d like to see.
Several years in, 3D Touch in iOS is still not intuitive for most, and developers still can’t rely on it.
Renders don't necessarily look like the real thing. The Macalope explains.