Now that the dust has settled in the wake of WWDC, the Macworld staff talks about which of last week’s announcements will leave the biggest impact on ordinary users. We also discuss E3 and various Apple-related news items, along with your hot takes from the Macworld social media feeds.
The Macworld staff talks about the new iPod touch and previews Apple's WWDC19 by talking about what could happen with iOS, the iPhone, and the iPad. Plus, a two-minute tip and your hot takes from the Macworld social media feeds.
We’re doing a special edition of the show where we feature your hot takes from the Macworld social media feeds. The hot takes are your reactions to Macworld stories and other happenings in the world of Apple. We talk about: • Apple should bring back the iPhone SE • Apple TV on Samsung TVs • Beats Powerbeats Pro v. Apple AirPods • Google I/O and its new privacy announcements • Tim Cook’s existential failure
The latest rumors about iOS 13 and Apple Watch. Google is having its developers conference; is there anything of interest for Apple users? Plus, we have an iPhone tip, and we wrap up the show with your hot takes from the Macworld social media feeds.
We talk about Apple's recent financials and Apple's battle with parental control apps. Our Two-minute tips shows how to preserve video quality when sharing videos between iPhones and Android phones. We wrap up the show with your hot takes from the Macworld social media feeds.
We talk about WWDC19 rumors, and more. What does the future have in store for macOS? We’ll talk about that in our feature discussion. Plus, we show how to find Apple Pay locations in Apple Maps, and we’ll wrap up the show with your hot takes from the Macworld social media feeds.
We talk about the Apple and Qualcomm court settlement and what it means for the iPhone, iOS 13 rumors, Disney+, and more. What companies should Apple buy? We talk about that in our feature discussion. Plus, we have an iPhone two-minute tip, and we wrap up the show with your hot takes from the Macworld Twitter and Facebook feeds.
In the latest episode of the Macworld Podcast, we’ll talk about some of the major recent Apple headlines, including the end of AirPower. We reviewed the new iPad Air and iPad mini, which we'll talk about in our feature discussion. Plus, our two-minute tip, and we’ll wrap up the show with your hot takes from the Macworld Twitter and Facebook feeds.
In this episode of the Macworld Podcast, we cover Google’s Stadia service, the release of iOS 12.2, and the latest developments in Qualcomm’s fight with Apple. For our feature discussion, we pick apart the services revealed at Apple’s “It’s show time” event on March 25: Apple TV+, Apple News+, Apple Arcade, and the Apple Card.
In the latest episode of the Macworld Podcast, we cover the news about WWDC19 and Apple’s new iPads, iMacs, and AirPods. Our feature discussion will cover the Spotify and Apple Music fracas. In our two-minute tip, learn how to add other people’s fingerprints to Touch ID, and we also go over audience hot takes.
The big news this week is that Apple has invited members of the media to an event on March 25. What will Apple unveil? The Macworld staff also talks about things Apple could (and should) fix immediately, and we respond to audience hot takes. This is episode 643 of the Macworld Podcast with Jason Cross, Leif Johnson, and Roman Loyola.
In our featured discussion on the Macworld Podcast, the staff talks about 5G on the iPhone: What is it? When is it coming? Will Apple be late to the 5G party? When should you really start to care about it? We also talk about the new USB4 spec, Apple's Shot on iPhone Challenge, and sleep tracking on the Apple Watch. And don't miss the Two-minute Tip for the Apple Watch, and hot takes from Macworld readers.
In the 639th episode of the Macworld podcast, we discuss the upcoming departure of Apple retail chief Angela Ahrendts and what it means for the future of the Apple Store. In addition, we discuss changes in the latest iOS 12.2 beta and whether Apple's upcoming media services can put the company back over the $1 trillion valuation mark.