Apple has been pretty successful at building new products from the bones of old ones.
Apple is ready to show off its video streaming service on Monday. Here’s what it could look like.
In the latest episode of the Macworld Podcast, we cover the news about WWDC19 and Apple's new iPads and iMacs. Our feature discussion covers the Spotify and Apple Music fracas.
Cord-cutters now have plenty of options for watching the NCAA Tournament, but not all are equal.
Apple has updated the iPad and iMac lines this week, so how about a turn for the MacBook?
With the introduction of the new iPad mini and the new iPad Air, the iPad is now Apple’s most coherent and complete product line
Apple doom is always just around the corner.
With the announcement of WWDC19, it’s time to start thinking about how Apple will set its priorities at its biggest software event of the year.
The Macworld staff talks about the latest happenings in the world of Apple.
With just two weeks to go until Apple takes the wraps off of its new video streaming service, a new report suggests that third-party content, not original programming, will be the focus.
You’d think by now, pundits would have figured out that Apple doesn’t use a checklist of features to chase. But that’s not the case, The Macalope says.
Much as we might try, we can’t escape email. But Dan Moren thinks Apple could make some changes to make its Mail app a more pleasant experience.
Jason Snell has a few thoughts on recent reports about Apple’s new video streaming service and the content it will provide.
We expect plenty of big things from Apple, but sometimes little things matter just as much.
Bye-bye, Microsoft Band.