The iPhone 14 may not have certain features, but it's nothing to get mad about.
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An interview with Apple CEO Tim Cook gives us a peek at the next evolutionary step for Apple: Finding a way to integrate our technology into the world around us.
Apple touting its environmental record while trying to kill environmental laws doesn't pass the smell test.
The staggered nature of iPad updates puts the iPad Air in a odd position in Apple's iPad lineup.
Apple made all the right moves with its iPhone browser.
We take a close look at the iPhone 13 and 13 Pro, how they stack up against previous iPhones, and give you reason why you should or shouldn’t buy them in this episode of the Macworld Podcast.
It's been a painful journey, but USB-C is amazing and we need to stop whining about it.
Calling an iPhone "Pro" and carting out Hollywood directors and cinematographers to advertise iPhone features is overkill. Related to us on a personal level and you'll go far.
After years of telling everyone Android was on the cusp of developer dominance, Google now plays the underdog.
Now that the September 14 event is out of the way, let’s talk about the event we’re all really waiting for, the one we’ve been anticipating all year: The one where Tim Cook steps out on stage and introduces new Macs.
If you were bored by the iPhone 13, that's okay.
Why would Apple keep what could be considered outdated products in its lineup? They actually play important marketing roles.
Apple unveiled a ton of products at its California Streaming event, but nothing was really new.
Apple seems pretty happy and Epic seems pretty mad but some people can't read the room.
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