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Apple is bringing many of the iOS Home Screen features to the iPad this year, but none of it feels like it belongs.
As we comb through the fallout from this year's WWDC, it's worth taking a look at some of the apps that could use a little bit of care and attention from Apple.
Apple paints sideloading apps as dangerous, but doing so glosses over the actual problems with the App Store.
Bumping the iPad’s screen size to 14 inches or 16 inches would take away many of its advantages, effectively turning it into a completely different and less appealing product.
The M1 iMac is another imperfect Apple hit in the making.
Many of the new features announced at WWDC won't matter all that much to Apple users. These three likely will.
On this episode of the Macworld Podcast, it's all about your hot takes. You’ve been on social media posting your thoughts about Apple’s announcements at WWDC, so we'll talk about your comments and respond with a few of our own.
iOS 15 brings some cool features to the iPhone, but it also prepares for the day when we won't be carrying it around anymore.
While Facebook tries to deflect onto Apple, it keeps trying to grab more of your privacy, this time with a wearable.
The tools and technologies that Apple has laid out for developers fives us a pretty good idea of some of the things that are coming down the pike for the company, whether in the short term or farther off in the future.
I was hoping iPadOS 15 would bring features and apps to make the iPad Pro worthy of its surname, but it didn't happen.
The privacy improvements in iOS 15 look great, but Apple just shouldn't make different rules for itself.
Hopefully, Apple will announce a slew of new features at WWDC21 that brings iPadOS much needed features to make the iPad a better device for work.
Despite early nay-saying, the Watch continues to be a hit for Apple.
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