It’s not only Apple that’s affected.
Apple has many opportunities to offer products that are smaller than their current offerings, while still providing a top-notch experience.
What is the effect of the coronavirus on Apple? Will that stop Apple from making new mini-LED based products? And is an iPad with trackpad support a bad idea? All this and more on this episode of the Macworld Podcast.
The company that makes the best trackpads in the world hasn’t made a passable mouse in over 20 years.
How does Apple communicate with its developers if it cancels its developer conference?
You get what you pay for.
Apple is rumored to be working on a Smart Keyboard with a trackpad for the iPad Pro. I’m hoping we never see it.
After weeks of merely ‘okay’ releases, ‘Crossy Road Castle’ revives excitement for Apple’s gaming subscription service.
Some big changes are coming to the Mac hardware. And let’s admit it: You know you’re excited about the rumors of a new iPod touch. All this and more on this episode of the Macworld Podcast.
It was easier to stay on Intel, but the Mac’s future requires a chip transition. Jason Snell explains.
iOS is not adware, but Apple's push ads still aren't good.
You can use tons of other Bluetooth mice with the iPad, but Apple’s latest mouse is dead in the water.
The coronavirus hits Apple, but rumor has it that it won't stop the iPhone SE 2 from appearing. Plus, an iPadOS 14 wish list, your hot takes, and more on this episode of the Macworld Podcast.
So we can see files now. Great! Time for smarter AirDrop and default apps.
CurrentC and Essential didn't quite kill their Apple competitors.