You’ve been on social media telling us why you didn’t but any of Apple’s new products. We talk about your comments and respond with a few of our own on this episode of the Macworld Podcast.
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With the first event of 2021 behind us, let's take a look at what the company announced that may indicate what Apple may be working on for the rest of the year and beyond.
The 24-inch M1 iMac has a great design and tons of speed, but there are plenty of things that frustrate us.
Apple doesn't quite feel like it's hitting on all cylinders with the iPad Pro. The hardware is top notch. The software leaves a lot to be desired.
If someone really wants to get into your iPhone they're going to have a hard time. That's a good thing.
The search for Easter eggs and hidden messages in Apple event invitation kicked into high gear. Many of you posted your thoughts on Macworld’s Twitter and Facebook feeds and we highlight some of them here.
Now that the original HomePod has been laid to rest, there are signs that Apple is finally going all-on on the smart home with a strategy that plays to its strengths and
For all the great new features of iOS 14, we still have a lot we want from this year's release.
Scamware apps are a problem. But before you think Android is safer—as anode report's numbers may lead you to believe—the Macalope says you need to put that report into perspective.
Apple made a major change to Apple Arcade recently that fundamentally changed the service for the better. Does it mean Apple finally understands what its service should be?
The addition of 30 new games is great, but it's the big change in policy that may have just saved the service.
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