Editor's Picks

  1. March 14th, 2018 by James Cross
    iOS 11.3: Beta 5 has been released to developers and public beta testers
    Hot on the heels of iOS 11.2.5, which brought HomePod support, Siri news, and a fix for the Messages text bomb, Apple has started to release betas...
  2. March 14th, 2018 by Glenn Fleishman
    How to use printer presets in macOS
    Pity the poor macOS Print dialog: it’s been around so long, and we don’t really look at it much. This is likely why Mac 911 receives regular (though...
  3. March 13th, 2018 by Jason Cross
    Apple to acquire digital magazine subscription service Texture
    Remember magazines? While the web has certainly caused a downturn in so-called “dead tree media,” there are still hundreds of popular magazines...
  4. March 13th, 2018 by Anthony Caruana
    Giving old Macs a new lease of life
    This editorial was first published in our weekly newsletter. Subscribe to get Mac and Apple news delivered to your inbox each week. If there’s...
  5. March 9th, 2018 by Glenn Fleishman
    How to manually add apps to your iOS devices in iTunes 12.7
    Last year’s release of iTunes 12.7 disappointed a lot of people with the abruptness of change. The most notable one was removing the ability...
  6. March 8th, 2018 by Michael Simon
    iOS 11: How to hide sensitive info in notification previews
    We all love the ability to pick up our phone and see notifications on the lock screen. It lets us know if those last few alerts are something we need...
  7. March 8th, 2018 by Michael Simon
    Three things Apple’s cheaper MacBook Air will need to be a hit
    It seems as though reports of the MacBook Air’s death have been greatly exaggerated. According to plugged-in analyst Ming-Chi Kuo of KGI Securities...
  8. March 8th, 2018 by Macworld Australia Staff
    How to activate Two-Factor Authentication for your Apple ID
    It has been almost three years since Apple introduced Two-Factor Authentication (2FA), ensuring an enhanced layer of security for those logging into...
  9. March 7th, 2018 by Jason Snell
    MacBook Air: Why won’t it die?
    As someone who has been a user of the MacBook Air since the very beginning, I want to take a moment to lament its passing. But I can’t, because...
  10. March 7th, 2018 by Jason Cross
    Apple is developing high-end noise-cancelling headphones
    In February, KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo claimed Apple is working on a set of high-end, over-the-ear headphones. On Monday, that report was...
  11. March 5th, 2018 by Leif Johnson
    iPhone Photos app: 8 cool features you should be using
    The Photos app in iOS looks like a simple thing: At first, you might even think it’s little more than a convenient dumping ground for sorting through...
  12. March 5th, 2018 by Dan Moren
    Apple Watch: What does the future hold?
    As the Apple Watch prepares to turn three, Apple’s preeminent wearable has hit an interesting inflection point. It’s neither the raw, “does...
  13. March 2nd, 2018 by Glenn Fleishman
    Is iCloud required when you upgrade to iOS 11?
    Apple certainly encourages iOS and macOS users to take advantage of its iCloud services, which vary in cost. A lot of the services rely on iCloud...
  14. March 2nd, 2018 by Glenn Fleishman
    Should you upgrade your Fusion Drive iMac to macOS High Sierra?
    Someday far in the future, Apple will have settled fully into using its new macOS filesystem, APFS, and Macworld readers will stop being nervous...
  15. February 28th, 2018 by Glenn Fleishman
    How to set offline access for Safari’s Reading List feature
    Macworld reader Gavin, was on a cruise with his wife when she asked him, an IT professional, for help getting Safari’s Reading List to work offline,...
  16. February 28th, 2018 by Michael Simon
    One day we may buy AppleCare for our bodies, not just our iPhones
    Apple’s next big thing might not be something you can wear, drive, or even touch. It might be your body itself. According to a report by CNBC,...
  17. February 27th, 2018 by Glenn Fleishman
    How to simulate the Mac’s Desktop folder to get around iCloud continuous sync
    With macOS 10.12 Sierra, Apple introduced a way to offload some of your Mac’s storage dynamically using iCloud. The Documents & Desktop option...
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