Apple’s new MacBook Air is here. We put it through its paces, and we talk about Apple latest laptop on this episode of the Macworld Podcast.
A decade later the original iPad is retro, but the iPad platform still feels like the future.
The Macalope’s iPhone is four years old, but he’s content to wait for a new phone. But wait for what? And how long?
With all of us relying on video chat more than ever, Dan Moren thinks Apple could stand to update its offering.
Apple has stepped up in a big way as the coronavirus continues its relentless spread around the world, but there are two big steps it has taken yet.
Apple may have released a new MacBook Air and iPad Pro, but they’re still missing features that we want. That and more on this episode of the Macworld Podcast.
You might balk at buying a high-end Wi-Fi 6 router because they cost so much than Wi-Fi 5 models, but you'll find it's worth the investment.
Did Apple copy the Surface? It depends on how you look at it, says The Macalope.
Sometimes embracing future technologies comes at the expense of the present, and customers lose.
With a fixed keyboard, improved CPU, and better price, there’s a lot to like about the new Air.
The iPad Pro brings a mess of new features that users have been dying for, but there are still some that it leaves off.
Half a year in, Apple’s subscription-based gaming service is embracing its mobile heritage, for better or for worse.
Apple’s stock is down on bad news for the economy due to the coronavirus. But don't worry about Apple.
iMessage is one of Apple’s most used features, and Dan Moren thinks iOS 14 is a good time to give it a boost.
The iPad's strength is in its adaptability. Adding true mouse support will only add to its power.