Editor's Picks

  1. June 9th, 2017 by Glenn Fleishman
    How to restart your Mac remotely
    Reader G. Murray needs to restart his Mac at times when it’s not within arm’s reach – or even with walking legs’ reach. He’s wondering what...
  2. June 7th, 2017 by Jared Newman
    Apple AirPlay 2 adds whole-home audio for speakers
    A new version of Apple’s AirPlay wireless audio technology will allow users to synchronise audio on multiple speakers throughout the home. Whole-home...
  3. June 7th, 2017 by Michael Simon
    watchOS 4: Top four new features you need to know from WWDC
    The Apple Watch might still feel like a new product, but we’re already on the fourth version of the OS. Apple’s latest features, announced Monday...
  4. June 7th, 2017 by Macworld Australia Staff
    HomePod first look: Apple’s at-home digital assistant was made with music in mind
    Apple has finally tossed its hat into the at-home digital assistant ring when, on 5 June, the company introduced the HomePod, a smart speaker that...
  5. June 6th, 2017 by Michael Simon
    MacOS High Sierra: Top six new features announced at WWDC
    Following in the spirit of Mountain Lion and El Capitan, this year’s version of macOS is more of a maintenance release than a full-on new version....
  6. June 6th, 2017 by Michael Simon
    The new iMac Pro has 18-core Xeon chips, Radeon Vega graphics and a sky-high price tag
    Over the years, the iMac has gone from a candy-coloured entry-level machine to one of the most powerful all-in-ones money can buy, but it’s never...
  7. June 6th, 2017 by Oscar Raymundo
    iOS 11 is here: Top six new features you need to know from WWDC
    Siri in iOS 11 has learned to sound like an actual human – and that’s just the beginning when it comes to the new mobile operating system for...
  8. June 5th, 2017 by Dan Moren
    WWDC 2017: One more big thing
    When watching this year’s keynote at Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference, I implore you to do one thing: think big. I don’t mean big as...
  9. June 5th, 2017 by Kirk McElhearn
    Managing and displaying playlists
    Viewing the right information in playlists in iTunes can be complicated, in part because iTunes defaults to a specific display when you create new...
  10. June 1st, 2017 by Oscar Raymundo
    Report: Apple’s screen-less Siri Speaker is now in production and could debut at WWDC
    By the end of the year, Apple will have a Siri Speaker to compete against Amazon Echo and Google Home. According to a new report from Bloomberg, Apple...
  11. June 1st, 2017 by Oscar Raymundo
    Apple registers new Mac and iPad model numbers abroad just days before WWDC
    WWDC is typically a software show, but there’s now more evidence that Apple is planning to announce new hardware as well. According to information...
  12. May 31st, 2017 by Christopher Breen
    How to bulk delete images from your iPhone
    Reader Melissa Mead has a bad case of the overloaded iPhone. She writes: My iPhone is running out of storage space and I think it’s because I have...
  13. May 30th, 2017 by Roman Loyola
    How to turn off (or turn on) landscape mode on the iPhone 6/6s Plus and iPhone 7 Plus home screen
    With the iPhone 6 Plus, 6s Plus and 7s Plus, you have the ability to use the home screen in landscape mode (with the iPhone held horizontally) or...
  14. May 29th, 2017 by Kirk McElhearn
    Apple’s iOS Setting app needs a major UI overhaul
    When you set up a new iPhone or iPad, a few screens walk you through some of the most important settings for the device. You’re asked to enter your...
  15. May 29th, 2017 by Anthony Caruana
    What’s happening with HomeKit?
    This editorial was first published in our weekly newsletter. Subscribe to get Mac and Apple news delivered to your inbox each week. Home automation...
  16. May 25th, 2017 by Steven Aquino
    WWDC 2017 Wish List: 4 accessibility features Apple needs to add to iOS and macOS
    Jason Snell said it best when he wrote that WWDC is “the heart of the Apple world’s calendar.” Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference is...
  17. May 25th, 2017 by Roman Loyola
    Learn how to use Swift to write apps: Apple makes Swift training free via iBooks
    The app economy is a huge business, and app development is in high demand. For students wanting to learn how to write apps, Apple has good news for...
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