Everybody’s talking about what Apple might show off at WWDC, but here’s what Dan Moren thinks won’t make the cut.
We talk about the new MacBook Pros, how to customize your Apple Watch workout displays, and your hot takes from the Macworld social media feeds.
Jason Snell has high hopes for Apple’s next-generation operating system for the iPhone and iPad.
If Apple has made a design choice, it’s pretty easy to say it’s bad. The Macalope points out that it’s harder to say what would be better.
The MacBook doesn’t have the only keyboard in need of fixing.
We’re doing a special edition of the show where we feature your hot takes from the Macworld social media feeds.
That thing you enjoy is terrible.
Google demonstrated its next-gen Assistant during its I/O conference and it ran circles around Siri both in speed and privacy.
We talk about iOS 13 and Apple Watch rumors, and more. Plus, we have an iPhone tip, and we'll wrap up the show with your hot takes from the Macworld social media feeds.
As macOS becomes more like iOS, there’s a fear that Apple will take away some freedoms that Mac users are used to. But that’s unlikely, explains Jason Snell.
Google has released the $399 Pixel 3a, and it’s everything the iPhone SE should be.
The genetic tests are back. Tim Cook is not Steve Jobs.
‘Warren Buffet’s Paper Wizard’ is Apple’s first game since 2008, and it comes off as self-satire.
The New York Times raised the specter of anti-competitive behavior after Apple banned some parental-control apps in the App Store. The Times has it wrong.
With several Family Sharing-enabled services on the way, now is the time for Apple to fix its family payments problem.