Editor's Picks

  1. April 20th, 2018 by Michael Simon
    Apple is poised to take another swing at news subscriptions
    Raise your hand if you remember The Daily. Back when the iPad still had a 30-pin connection port, Apple teamed up with News Corp. to bring a new...
  2. April 19th, 2018 by Anthony Caruana
    It’s time to move forward again
    Over the last week or so, Apple has lobbed some not-too-subtle grenades over the wall, setting us know that the next version of macOS is likely to...
  3. April 17th, 2018 by Macworld Australia Staff
    Apple innovations that you can’t live without
    As a technology columnist, it’s tempting to spend a lot of time noting the places where Apple can improve its products. There are always glitches,...
  4. April 16th, 2018 by Leif Johnson
    How to cancel a subscription on iOS
    Signing up for a service through iOS kind of fun. A menu pops pop, you activate Face ID or Touch ID, and the world’s most satisfying ding lets...
  5. April 13th, 2018 by Glenn Fleishman
    Numbers 4 for iOS review
    Apple views Numbers for iOS as a tool for visualizing and presenting data, rather than as a workhorse spreadsheet app. But the latest update offers...
  6. April 13th, 2018 by Jason Cross
    watchOS 4.3.1 beta warns that watchOS 1 apps won’t work on future versions
    If you’re using an old Apple Watch app that hasn’t been updated in a while, you might run into some problems when watchOS 5 lands (likely...
  7. April 12th, 2018 by Roman Loyola
    New alert in macOS 10.13.4 signals the upcoming end of 32-bit app support
    Apple’s transition from 32-bit to 64-bit technology on the Mac has been in the works for a while for the company and developers, but so far users...
  8. April 11th, 2018 by Glenn Fleishman
    Pages 7 for macOS review
    Pages 7 is the latest in a series of ongoing and gradual improvements to the 2013 “reboot” of Apple’s iWork suite or productivity apps, which...
  9. April 11th, 2018 by Glenn Fleishman
    Pages 4 for iOS review
    With Pages 4 for iOS, Apple shifts the app’s focus from being a fancy word processor with modest page-layout tools, to something that’s substantially...
  10. April 10th, 2018 by Michael Simon
    Apple needs to stop promising new products and start delivering them
    At WWDC last year, Apple introduced AirPlay 2, a new wireless protocol that allows users to beam audio to multiple rooms, control speakers through...
  11. April 10th, 2018 by Brad Chacos
    Apple clads the iPhone 8 and iPhone X in (Product)Red to help fight HIV
    The newest version of the iPhone 8 does justice to the Apple name while also doing good for humanity. On Monday, Apple announced the iPhone 8 and...
  12. April 9th, 2018 by Anthony Caruana
    Did you catch Apple’s magic trick?
    Apple are the masters of getting people to talk about them without really saying too much themselves. On the back of a largely positive iPad/education...
  13. April 6th, 2018 by Macworld Australia Staff
    Intel Inside: The CPUs Apple could stuff in the next MacBooks
    With Intel’s introduction of its 8th generation Coffee Lake CPUs on Tuesday, it’s again that time of the year when the reality TV show called...
  14. April 6th, 2018 by Michael Simon
    Apple’s future iPhones might have more curves and fewer fingerprints
    While Android phones are already copying iPhone X’s camera notch, a new report from Bloomberg suggests that Apple might be borrowing a page or...
  15. April 5th, 2018 by Mike Simons
    Apple hiring Google’s AI chief is a huge test for Siri’s privacy stance
    Hey Siri, meet your new boss. In a surprise development that is sure to have huge implications across the AI landscape, Apple announced yesterday...
  16. April 5th, 2018 by Michael Simon
    How a custom processor could make Apple’s MacBooks exciting again
    It’s been a long while since Mac users had reason to get excited over a new chip. It’s not that Intel isn’t packing heat—just yesterday the first...
  17. April 5th, 2018 by Anthony Caruana
    Apple goes back to school
    In the old days, Apple was seen as being strongly focussed on the needs of two specific niches – creative professionals and education. One of...
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