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.
We talk about analyst Ming Chi-Kuo and his predictions for the Mac, iPhone, Apple Watch, and more. We also talk about Samsung’s announcements today. Plus, we listen to your comments and questions.
What will happen next year? Let’s talk about predictions for Apple and technology in 2019. Plus, we discuss your comments and questions.
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.
The FaceTime bug, Apple’s Q1 2019 financial results, iOS and macOS Public Betas, Apple’s gaming service, and your comments and questions
Lots of rumors about upcoming Apple products; do any of them seem feasible? DxO did a comparison of phone selfie cameras, and the iPhone isn’t at the top. How can Apple imporve its Shortcuts app? Apple released iOS 12.1.3 on Monday. We also respond to your comments and questions.
Apple replaced a lot of iPhone batteries last year. Should Apple switch to AMD processors? We also respond to your comments and questions.
Apple adjusts its earnings forecast for Q2 2019. The Consumer Electronics Show is full of TVs with AirPlay 2 support. HomeKit is being used by more and more products. We also respond to your comments and questions.
What will happen next year? Let’s talk about predictions for Apple and technology in 2019. Plus, we discuss your comments and questions.
In this episode of the Macworld Podcast, the staff discusses the removal of “Infinity Blade” from the App Store and what that means for app preservation. Leif and Jason also discussed The New York Times’ report on location tracking in apps and closed with a chat about the best Apple holiday gift ideas. Plus, your comments and questions.
On this episode of the Macworld Podcast, the staff reacts to hot takes from the Macworld audience. Topics: Apple after Tim Cook The last good MacBook Apple’s design choices Foldable smartphones Don't forget to get your entries in to win an 11-inch iPad Pro: https://www.macworld.com/article/3322556/iphone-ipad/giveaway-win-a-2018-11-inch-ipad-pro.html
What does Apple’s Supreme Court case mean to its customers? Apple has a new trade-in program to entice you to buy a new iPhone. Apple’s market cap is going up and down. Plus, your comments and question
Leif has spent time with the new iPad Pro, what’s up with 5g in the next iPhone, and Apple announces a couple of service programs. Plus, audience comments and questions.
We recently reviewed the iPhone XR, MacBook Air, and Mac mini. Apple’s stock price has taken a hit; what does that mean for the company? Plus, audience comments and questions.
The Macworld staff talks about the announcements Apple made at its Tuesday event. We also respond to your comments and questions.
The iPhone XR is available for pre-orders and the first reviews have hit the web. Apple says a fix is coming for portrait photos. What do we think will happen at the Apple event on October 30? Plus your comments and questions.
Adobe announced that Photoshop CC is coming to the iPad. Macworld readers send us their hot takes and we respond, We also take your comments and questions.
Apple has made several strong denials about any possibility that the Chinese has hacked the company’s servers. More iPad Pro rumors surface, and Google released some new products. We also respond to your comments and questions.
We'll talk about the various reports of different iPhone XS problems. iOS 12.1 is coming soon; what should we expect? We also respond to your comments and questions.
What do we think about Apple’s new phones so far? And we take your comments and questions.
Our favorite iOS 12 features, iPhone Xs ordering and reviews, and your comments and questions.
Talking about everything Apple revealed at its September 12 event, plus your comments and questions.
It’s official: Apple is having an event next week. What will we see from the company? We also respond to your comments and questions.
Thoughts on Apple’s upcoming A12 processor, what if Apple had an All Access plan, hot takes from the audience, and your comments and questions.
Bloomberg says a new Mac mini and MacBook are on its way. The iPhone rumor mill is picking up speed as September approaches. New Apple Watches could be on the way, too. Plus your comments and questions.
Will Apple release AR glasses and an Apple Car in the near future? Will the iPhone support Apple Pencil? What’s up with Group FaceTime? We’ll also talk about your comments and questions.
This week, it’s audience hot takes on the Macworld Podcast, episode 616.
Apple’s monster Q3 2018 results, what’s new in iOS 12 and macOS Mojave, Leif’s weight-loss project using Apple Watch, and your comments and questions.
The 2018 MacBook Pro has had an eventful week. We’ll talk about the new laptop and its performance issues, along with your comments and questions.
There’s a lot to talk about in regards to Apple products. There are new MacBook Pro laptops, and there are plenty of rumors. Plus we take your comments and questions.
New iPhone colors? Apple Maps seems to be finally getting the attention it deserves. Have you been using the iOS 12 and macOS Mojave betas? We also talk about various other Apple news and feature your comments and questions.
Apple opened the public beta programs for iOS 12 and macOS Mojave. There are rumors about Apple’s new headphones. Apple will fix your broken butterfly keyboards. We also talk about various other Apple news and feature your comments and questions.
iOS 12 has new features to better support 911 calls. There are rumors about the screen technology for the next iPhone. What’s happening in the battle of the music streaming services? We also talk about various other Apple news and feature your comments and questions.
There’s another rumor that the new iPhone will have USB-C. Sonos has a new HomePod competitor. Some thoughts about last week’s WWDC. We also talk about various other Apple news and feature your comments and questions.
Apple had its big Worldwide Developers Conference keynote last Monday. What did you think about the announcements to iOS, macOS, watchOS, and tvOS?
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Where is iOS 11.4? There’s a movement for “sustainability in the App Store” for app developers. A new eGPU is on the market. We also feature your comments and questions.
iCloud is facing stiff competition from Google One. What features do you want to see in iOS 12? The Apple Store is 17 years old. We also feature your comments and questions.
Google is having its developers conference this week, and the company showed off new tech. Should Apple take notice? We also feature your comments and questions.
Apple announced record quarterly results. Rumor has it that an Apple VR/AR headset is coming. Apple steps away from the router business. We also feature your comments and questions.
Will Spotify’s new features keep Apple Music at bay? Which Apple product should the company put to rest? We also talk about various other Apple news and feature your comments and questions.
Apple could start its own subscription news service. What’s it like to use an external graphics card with a Mac? Could a cheaper HomePod be coming soon? What’s the deal with watchOS faces? We also feature your comments and questions
The Mac Pro is coming in 2019. Rumors of a three-lens camera system and other iPhone news. What’s it like for an adult to use Swift Playground to learn how to code? We also feature your comments and questions.
Macworld’s Leif Johnson has been using the new iPad for the past week. What does he think so far? Bloomberg says that Apple may use its own processors in Macs starting in 2020. Apple has released a beta of iOS 11.4. We also feature your comments and questions.
We take the wraps off of the new iPad on the show, and we talk about our thoughts on Tuesday’s Apple education event. We also feature your comments and questions.
What can we expect at Apple’s event on Tuesday, March 27? What does Apple’s MicroLED technology mean for the Apple Watch, iPhone, and iPad? We also feature your comments and questions.
Apple announced the dates for its Worldwide Developers Conference. Can Fitbit compete with the Apple Watch? At SXSW, Apple’s Eddy Cue announced that the company acquired Texture. We also feature your comments and questions.
What would we’d like to see in iOS 12? Will there be a cheaper MacBook Air? Will Apple release new headphones? Is iTunes LP on its way out? We’ll cover these topics and well as your comments and questions.
A few new smartphones have been introduced, and some of them look remarkably like the iPhone X. Apple is going to provide its own healthcare to its employees. Apple is also creating several new TV shows for the Apple TV. We also feature your comments and questions.
The iPad rumor mill is starting to churn out some new ones. Apple fixes the Telugu bug. Fast Company declares Apple the most innovative company. We also feature your comments and questions.
We’ve had the HomePod for a few days. What do we think? There’s more news about iOS 12. We also feature your comments and questions.
The first round of HomePod reviews are out. Developers are leaving the Apple Watch. The beta of iOS 11.3 with Battery Health settings will be released soon. We also feature your comments and questions.
Details about iOS 12 have leaked, while Apple released the iOS 11.3 beta. Apple could release new Macs with its T co-processor later this year. We also feature your comments and questions.
Apple’s HomePod goes on sale this Friday. Are you buying one? The latest iPhone rumors have created confusion about the future of the iPhone X. Apple provides a sneak peek into new features coming to iOS. We also feature your comments and questions.
How do the Meltdown and Spectre CPU vulnerabilities affect Apple users? Is iPhone addition a problem? And does the recent Consumer Electronics Show mean anything for Apple? We also feature your comments and questions.
Apple comes clean about CPU slowdowns and offers a killer battery replacement deal. Also, why Apple won’t buy Netflix, and our troubles with Face ID.
Apple’s most power and most expensive Mac is the iMac Pro. Why would Apple want Shazam? Plus, thought about the end of the year and the one coming up.
Amazon Prime Video is finally on the Apple TV and tvOS 11.2 has new features. iOS 11.2 was released with a bug fix and Apple Pay Cash. We also feature your comments and questions.
According to a recent report, Apple sold 6 million iPhone X units over Black Friday weekend—and it wasn't even at a sale price! Plus, we talk about the latest High Sierra bug, what's next for Face ID, and more.
The biggest shopping day of the year is upon us. We also feature your comments and questions.
How does the iPhone X stack up against the Galaxy Note 8, the Google Pixel 2 XL, and the LG V30? And what should we expect from Apple before the end of the year?
We’ve had a few days with the iPhone X, so we’re going to talk about our experiences. We also feature your comments and questions.
Did you order your iPhone X? How did it go? The first iPhone X reviews are out; we talk about what the reviewers are experiencing. Apple updated iOS, macOS, watchOS, and tvOS. And we also feature your comments and question.
The iPhone X goes on sale in the wee hours of the morning of Friday, October 27. Are you ready? Also, this show features your comments and questions.
We address some security concerns this week, from Face ID to the KRACK Wi-Fi exploit. Should you be worried? Also, making the switch from iPhone to Android has a bit of a learning curve.
Apple released a beta of iOS 11.1 and it has a few new interesting features. It’s time to start up the iPad rumor mill. And you can replace iTunes 12.7 with iTunes 12.6.3, which lets you access the iOS app store.
Macworld’s Leah Yamshon has a full review of the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus, but there’s more iPhone news to talk about. There’s a fix for the Apple Watch Series 3 with LTE. And Google held an event on Wednesday—what does it mean for Apple?
We’re currently reviewing the iPhone 8 and 8 Plus, Apple Watch Series 3, and Apple TV 4K. The Macworld staff talks about their early impressions and answer questions from the audience.
iOS 11 is here with a new Control Center, new video and photo formats, a new look, and more. The iPhone 8 is now available for pre-order and should ship by the end of this week. And the early reviews on the Apple Watch Series 3 with LTE are out.
The iPhone X was Tuesday’s event headliner, but Apple had plenty of other news and announcements to share. We talk about iPhone 8 Apple Watch Series 3, Apple TV 4K, and more in the Macworld Podcast.
The Macworld staff makes their predictions on what will happen at the iPhone event next week.
The Macworld staff talks about a potential Apple event on September 12 that showcases the new iPhone, how the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 could influence future iPhones, and Apple’s foray into 4K video with the Apple TV.
The Macworld staff talks about reported iPhone 8 features, Apple’s video tutorials that give a peek as to how new features work in iOS 11, and Apple’s attempts to make a self-driving car.
The Macworld staff talks about the latest Apple Watch rumors, iOS 11's redesign, and Apple’s billion-dollar play against Netflix and HBO. Plus, find out how much Google pays Apple to remain the default search engine on your iPhone.
The Macworld staff talks about the latest iPhone rumors, Apple’s Q3 2017 financials, and Apple’s strategy for original programming on Apple Music.
In episode 567, the Macworld staff talks about what we may see in the new iPhones, reminisce about the iPod shuffle and iPod nano, and how Apple’s new campus may lead to the downfall of the company (not really). Also, this is the first time we've gone live and you can join us over on our Twitter or Facebook every Wednesday morning at 10am PST if you want to join in the discussion!
After a brief hiatus, the Macworld Podcast is back! The Macworld staff talks about the new Apple ad starring Dwayne Johnson, the security patch in the iOS 10.3.3 update, and how high is too high when it comes to iPhone 8 pricing.
Roman and Glenn reminisce over the iPhone's introduction 10 years ago, and discuss Roman's review of the new iMac. We also advise not installing iOS 11's public beta quite yet—for most people—and look at Virgin Mobile's iPhone-only plan, as well as go googly eyes over augmented reality examples with ARKit. Finally, we're heading out on hiatus for retooling, and Glenn says, "Thank you, everyone, and see you on the interwebs!"
A potpourri of news this week, from Tim Cook urging that schools teach coding to every student, Scott Forstall's interview about the creation of the iPhone, and new iOS 11 features, including object recognition and augmented reality (AR), that will bump up camera and other third-party apps' capabilities. Roman also critiques the new MacBook Pro models, which have a lot to offer.
Apple confirms its working on autonomous automobiles, but is it making a car or a component? Roman and Glenn discuss Apple's new podcast analytics, and then go through the large number of improvements scheduled for iOS 11, announced last week at WWDC. It's going to feel like a very different system—for the better.
Apple unloaded a pile of information at its WWDC keynote this week: the long-awaited and awkwardly named HomePod, a new iPad Pro model, upgraded Mac laptops and iMacs, and details about three of its four OSes—tvOS didn't get much love. Roman and Glenn focus on the bigger picture of this packed keynote and go in depth on the HomePod, as well as a brief discussion of Macs and macOS. Next week, we dig into the iPad Pro and iOS, and everything else learned at WWDC.
Apple has four OSes and we should hear about them all at the Worldwide Developers Conference starting next week. Roman and Glenn preview their fervent wishes, especially about the underdeveloped Apple TV and tvOS. They also talk about the Galaxy S8 camera compared to the iPhone 7s, Google Photos versus iCloud Photo Library, and how Thunderbolt 3 won the interface war.
Could a non-invasive wearable blood-glucose monitor that links to an Apple Watch help change people's lives and lead to better avoidance of diabetes onset? Roman and Glenn discuss this, along with the potential of new laptops at WWDC, Today at Apple, and the odd introduction of an Android switcher campaign when new phones are just a few months away.
Apple invests $200 million into Corning for advanced glass manufacture in the U.S., WannaCrypt hit Windows users (but also could affect Macs with Boot Camp or virtual machines), and Siri gets crowded by Alexa and Google Assistant. Susie and Glenn talk that plus research showing an Apple Watch can detect irregular heartbeats 97 percent as well as dedicated medical equipment.
Apple could spend a billion dollars on break room snacks and not feel a pinch, but the company is instead digging deep to seed an investment fund for advanced U.S. manufacturing. Which is pretty tasty too. Show notes: http://www.macworld.com/column/mwpodcast/
Glenn and Susie discuss how a focus on improving Siri could benefit all of Apple's platforms, and help them blend together better too. Show notes at http://www.macworld.com/column/mwpodcast/
Uber got in some hot water with Apple, but it was all handled behind the scenes, while Glenn thinks that users should have been alerted. Show notes: http://www.macworld.com/article/3192706/podcast-556-uber-my-dead-body
We're going to be sick of the next iPhone before it's even formally announced, aren't we? Well, there's always the parlor game of trying to figure out how the Mac Pro lost its way. Join us, won't you? Show notes: http://www.macworld.com/article/3191284/podcast-555
If preferring the new iPad (http://www.macworld.com/article/3188588/ipad/ipad-2017-review-with-a-stripped-down-ipad-for-329-you-may-not-need-to-go-pro.html) to the iPad Pro makes Susie an amateur, she can live with that. Show notes: http://www.macworld.com/article/3192039/podcast-554.html
If you're a Mac pro who needs a Mac Pro, Apple has good news and bad news. http://www.macworld.com/article/3187714/macs/the-good-news-and-bad-news-of-apples-mac-pro-announcement.html
Apple releases iOS 10.3, a major and minor release, which adds a lot of little features, and macOS 10.12.4, which brings Night Shift to the Mac. Glenn Fleishman and Leah Yamshon talk about new features, follow-up security and conflict minerals stories, and explain how an iCloud breach is almost certainly not that on this week’s episode.
Apple announced a new, cheaper iPad (http://www.macworld.com/article/3183131/ios/apples-new-ipad-lineup-slashes-prices-the-ipad-air-and-ipad-mini-storage-options.html), as well as a red iPhone 7 (http://www.macworld.com/article/3183288/apple-phone/apple-goes-bold-with-red-iphone-7-on-sale-march-24.html) and more. That Clips app (http://www.macworld.com/article/3183510/iphone-ipad/apples-new-clips-app-is-like-a-simplified-imovie-for-viral-videos.html) sounds cool too, like a crossover between Vin...more
A great article by David Pogue (http://finance.yahoo.com/news/david-pogue-on-iphone-voiceover-163733668.html) has us thinking about accessibility (http://www.macworld.com/article/3178690/ios/accessibility-features-in-macos-and-ios-that-everyone-should-try.html), and the iPad rumors (http://www.macworld.com/article/3171076/ipad/report-apple-will-debut-new-ipad-pro-lineup-at-march-event.html) won't quit.
WikiLeaks says that the CIA can crack pretty much anything (http://www.macworld.com/article/3177418/security/wikileaks-cia-document-dump-shows-agency-can-compromise-android-tvs.html), and that's not the only security-related story to talk about (http://www.macworld.com/article/3176925/security/how-to-cope-with-the-recent-flood-of-security-failures.html).
Look, getting rid of Lightning for USB-C in the next iPhone just makes sense (http://www.macworld.com/article/3126154/hardware/iphone-8-rumors.html), even though the timing is awkward. And Glenn knows an astonishing amount of useful information about surge protectors (http://www.macworld.com/article/3172540/home-tech/best-surge-protector.html).
Apple's developers conference is moving back to San Jose (http://www.macworld.com/article/3170814/tech-events/wwdc-dates-announced-apple-is-taking-its-annual-conference-to-san-jose-in-june.html), but before that happens, we might see a March event with new iPads and even a red iPhone (http://www.macworld.com/article/3171076/ipad/report-apple-will-debut-new-ipad-pro-lineup-at-march-event.html).
Tim Cook can't stop hinting about AR (http://www.macworld.com/article/3168043/government/tim-cook-augmented-reality-is-the-future-and-fake-news-is-ruining-everything.html), and Susie's theory is that he's really talking about Project Titan. Elsewhere, we weigh in on the rumor of a $1,000 iPhone (http://www.macworld.com/article/3126154/hardware/iphone-8-rumors.html), and point and laugh at Planet of the Apps (http://www.macworld.com/article/3169886/streaming-hardware/apples-original-tv-shows-are-...more
We did extensive testing on the new MacBook Pro's so-called battery problems (http://www.macworld.com/article/3157392/laptop-computers/tested-the-truth-behind-the-macbook-pros-terrible-battery-life.html), discuss what you should do when a battery goes bad (http://www.macworld.com/article/3162109/consumer-electronics/beware-the-bulgy-battery-lithium-ion-batteries-removed-from-laptops-can-still-be-dangerous.html), and dump on HomeKit (http://www.macworld.com/article/3159652/home-tech/the-state-of-...more
Tim Cook reminded Apple employees as well as the Trump administration that the company wouldn't exist without immigration (http://www.macworld.com/article/3162998/leadership-management/tim-cook-apple-would-not-exist-without-immigration.html). Elsewhere, we find our AirPods and talk about what theater mode should do.
After a security-focused podcast last week, we turn to...more security stories, like the so-called backdoor in WhatsApp (http://www.macworld.com/article/3157458/security/whatsapp-vulnerability-could-expose-messages-to-prying-eyes-report-claims.html) and how to keep those communications safe (http://www.macworld.com/article/3157562/security/the-backdoor-that-never-was-and-how-to-improve-your-security-with-whatsapp.html). And then Meitu got a lot of flack on the Android side, but Glenn can explain...more
You'd be hard-pressed to find anyone in the world with an electronic device right now who isn't concerned about a combination of criminal, troll, and overreaching government trying to crack their security and vacuum up their data. For some practical advice, host Glenn Fleishman is joined by Jonathan Zdziarski, an iPhone forensics expert with extensive experience working with law enforcement, who is also the developer of the file-access-monitoring app, Little Flocker. Glenn and Jonathan start wi...more
Susie and Glenn reminisce about the very first iPhone (http://www.macworld.com/article/3155480/iphone-ipad/the-iphone-turns-10-apple-ceo-tim-cook-promises-the-best-is-yet-to-come.html), geek out over new iPad rumors (http://www.macworld.com/article/3155753/ios/apple-will-reportedly-launch-3-new-ipad-models-in-spring-2017.html), and revisit the weirdest Consumer Reports review ever (http://www.macworld.com/article/3156350/macs/apple-resolves-the-macbook-pro-battery-life-issues-found-in-consumer-r...more
It's 2017, and we're happy to be alive...but. Troubling news abounds with weird MacBook Pro battery tests (http://www.macworld.com/article/3153407/macs/macbook-pro-is-the-first-apple-laptop-to-lack-a-recommendation-from-consumer-reports.html), underwhelming Apple Watch rumors (http://www.macworld.com/article/3154227/wearables/rumor-says-apple-watch-series-3-to-bring-battery-performance-gains-little-else.html), and a lot of concern over whether Apple's losing its touch (https://chuqui.com/2017/01...more
Susie's AirPods review (http://www.macworld.com/article/3151535/iphone-ipad/airpods-review-they-sound-great-but-siri-holds-them-back.html) is live, and they work like a charm, but unfortunately highlight the divide between first- and third-party apps. Tim Cook says Apple still loves the Mac (http://www.macworld.com/article/3152072/macs/tim-cook-reaffirms-apples-commitment-to-the-mac-in-response-to-growing-doubt.html), but this report on Bloomberg (https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2016-12-...more
AirPods are finally out, Apple is pulling the battery-remaining estimate from macOS 10.12.2, the new emoji are uncannily beautiful, and the I'm a Mac ads are 10 years old. Show notes: Apple’s promised Calendar spam fix is coming http://www.macworld.com/article/3149056/software/apples-promised-calendar-spam-fix-is-coming.html Apple's delayed AirPods now available to buy online http://www.macworld.com/article/3149963/consumer-electronics/apples-delayed-airpods-now-available-to-buy-online.html ...more
A convenience store where you just walk in and take things sounds pretty futuristic and cool—unless you're already sick of being watched the entire time you shop.
A grab-bag of topics this week includes President-elect Trump's wish for Apple to build iPhones in the U.S.—and how Apple is responding so far.
Rumor has it, Apple is getting out of the router game—for good, or just in preparation for a video streamer slash router slash home hub?
Apple's new design book annoyed us greatly, and so has Apple's attitude lately. But Susie's still really into the MacBook Pro with Touch Bar.
Susie's a little underwhelmed by the Escape Edition of the MacBook Pro, but more bullish on the Touch Bar. Glenn warns that USB-C isn't as simple as it seems, and wonders about the next big Mac innovation.
This week, Glenn and Susie discuss their hopes and dreams for the new TV app coming to the Apple TV and iOS this December, plus more thoughts on the new MacBook Pros.
Glenn and Roman talk about the MacBook Pro—is it enough to satisfy professional Mac users, former MacBook Air owners, and most importantly, you?
Reports that Apple is refocusing Project Titan on software rather than a car have us wondering. Maybe the key to everything is AI and augmented reality.
While we wait forever for new Macs, Apple is headed to the Supreme Court. The FBI needs to crack more iPhones, but at least none of them have caught on fire yet, unlike some other phones we could mention.
Glenn and Kirk talk about iTunes and Apple Music, then Glenn and Susie heap praise upon the iPhone 7 Plus and its dual-lens wonder camera.
The iPhone 7 Plus is charming Glenn and Susie, but they have some issues with how Photos treats all the beautiful images the phone's dual camera setup takes.
macOS Sierra has hit the scene, so Glenn and Susie take a break from talking about the iPhone and iOS 10 for an hour to talk about it.
iOS 10 is out and it's spectacular. But the iPhone Upgrade Program isn't proving to be so great for people who actually want to upgrade their iPhones.
Apple unleashed details about the Series 2 Watch, the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus, iOS 10 and watchOS 3’s shipping date, and…iWork real-time collaboration. John Moltz joins Glenn Fleishman to discuss.
As we prepare for the launch of the next iPhone and Apple Watch, Apple has run into some tax trouble in Ireland.
What is an iPhone but an iPod, a phone, and an Internet communicator—with a place to plug in wired headphones?!
Glenn and Susie chat about the next iPhone, and the new rumor of a third size for the iPad Pro.
Glenn and Susie talk about the end of free Hulu, Apple's next steps for the Apple TV, and why we have a public beta of iOS.
Susie and Glenn are joined by Jean MacDonald and Grey Osten of App Camp for Girls, who discuss their project, their curriculum, and the importance of snacks.
Glenn and Susie discuss most promising Apple Car rumor yet, how the Apple Watch helped save our friend's life, how to protect yourself from ransomware, and more.
Apple Music, iCloud Music Library, and iTunes Match just got slightly less confusing! Hooray! Elsewhere, Pokémon Go can't stop, Swift Playgrounds rocks, and everything got updated.
Glenn and Susie talk about the iOS 10 beta, macOS Sierra beta, new Mac malware, and whaaaaat is the deal with Pokémon Go.
Susie and Caitlin have a lot of feelings about the loss of Paper, which has been like rocks and scissors to our souls.
What's up with the headphone jack obsession about the upcoming iPhone 7 models? Host Glenn Fleishman and Macworld's associate managing editor Leah Yamshon discuss how much virtual ink has been spilled for how long, and yet nobody outside Apple still knows what's coming. Leah and Glenn also ponder other iPhone 7 rumors, the end of Apple's sales of the Thunderbolt Display, whether new AirPort base stations are coming, and if MacBook Pros will be updated later this summer. We talk about iOS 10 an...more
We're back for more followup from Apple's WWDC keynote and all the cool software that will come out in the next few months.
Glenn and Susie are joined by Macworld Staff Writer Caitlin McGarry to unpack all of Apple's WWDC 2016 keynote announcements. Or most of them, anyway!
Glenn and Susie handicap the WWDC rumors, hope for some fun surprises, and praise the Apple TV for coming so far since launch.
It's a smorgasbord of topics as we head into WWDC, from ticks and tocks to crowdfunding to cancer rats. But the thing we're most excited about is the rumored demise of the 16GB iPhone.
Google I/O is over, and WWDC is about to happen—it's the perfect time to compare Google's approach to Apple's, and wonder what will happen if we move from a mobile-first world to an AI-first one.
Glenn and Susie are joined by The iTunes Guy, Kirk McElhearn, for a rousing discussion on why iTunes gives us so much trouble, as well as whether Apple Pay really is faster than those poky chip-and-sign readers.
Apple Music doesn't just delete files willy-nilly, but it's way too easy to delete them by mistake—and if Connect goes away, will anyone notice?
While Susie Ochs is off on assignment in the fens around Boston, regular host Glenn Fleishman is joined by frequent Macworld contributor John Moltz, who also writes at his Web site, Very Nice Web Site, and co-hosts The Rebound tech podcast and [Turning This Car Around dadcast. Glenn and John talk about the last week's reception to Apple's earnings, walk through Tim Cook's appearance on Jim Cramer's show, and explain that the company is doomed. Doomed, we tells ya! Or, more accurately, how Apple...more
Glenn and Susie discuss Macworld's review of the new MacBook, people dissing the Apple Watch on its anniversary, the missing iPhone SE, and if Apple's services can save it.
Well, "newish" MacBooks anyway. They still only have one port, and it's USB-C, not Thunderbolt 3. But the battery life is improved, the chipset is faster, and Glenn is still satisfied with his first-gen MacBook after a year of heavy use.
As Glenn and Susie were recording this week, the news broke that TextExpander was responding to feedback by lowering the subscription price for existing users. Unfortunately, that's not our only problem with the service.
This week, Glenn interviews three people in vastly different professions who have brought the 12-inch iPad Pro into their work lives in a big way.
Sorry for the delay on getting this podcast to you. Glenn and Susie have a lot to say, and a few things cropped up at the last minute. Anyway, here we go.
What. Just. Happened. Security expert Jonathan Zdziarski helps us unpack the FBI's sudden 180 in the San Bernardino case. How did they get into the phone? Will they tell Apple? Is this even over? Oh, and Susie got the iPhone SE and 9.7-inch iPad Pro too.
The Macworld podcast celebrates its 500th episode! Yes, 500 years ago—we mean 11 years ago, this podcast started humbly as an experiment by a Macworld intern turned staffer recorded partly in a conference room with a nerdy guest named…Glenn Fleishman calling in remotely. In this episode, after a welcome from one-time staffer Cyrus Farivar, Susie and Glenn talk with columnist and former editor Jason Snell about Apple's introduction of the iPhone SE and Jason's hands-on time with it. We also disc...more
Aside from our regular discussion of the FBI kerfuffle and this week's side trip to Austin for SXSW Interactive, we wonder about how the rumored 4-inch iPhone will fit into Apple's world.
Nothing, it's not a real thing. Really.
Glenn and Susie are back on the FBI's case, discussing the All Writs Act, whether software is speech, and more. Plus, we have big hopes for the smaller iPhone SE.
Glenn and Susie are joined by Rich Mogull, and everyone is angry.
Don't set your iPhone to before 1970, don't update your Creative Cloud, and don't expect Apple executives to openly admit iTunes is awful.
Humans need more than a two-digit number when their iPhones go completely dead.
To some people, it doesn't matter how many millions of something Apple can sell, or how happy the customers are with them. It's only growth, and that's too bad, because it seems like Apple is working on some great stuff.
Security researcher Rich Mogull joins us to talk about security when traveling to countries where you might have a very good reason to be paranoid.
With Susie on assignment in Florida, Leah Yamshon (Macworld's associate managing editor) joins Glenn Fleishman to discuss Donald Trump's fiat economy plan to make Apple produce its hardware in America, the New York Senate's desire to criminalize a lack of back doors in smartphones, and the return (or continued existence) of Gatekeeper exploits. Leah and Glenn also talk about VLC, a universal format player, for Apple TV; their continued irritation at some Apple TV features; and Netflix's plan to...more
It's a grab-bag week of topics, from where we read news on our phones to how CES provides a glimpse into Apple's future products.
Magnets? How do they work? Also, the latest security-reporting follies, more Apple TV thoughts, and bringing civility to commenting.
It's our last podcast of 2015, and we've got some Festivus grievances to air, as well as a few requests for the year to come.
Apple Music meets its #squadgoals, MacKeeper is hacked, and we gush about an app every TV and movie junkie must have.
Holiday shopping can be stressful, but we've got great gift ideas and some helpful tips too.
Back in the day, AT&T insisted that every iPhone user have an unlimited data plan. My, how the tides have changed. Glenn and Susie discuss the coming rate hike and the rest of the week's news.
It's almost Thanksgiving, and Glenn and Susie give some helpful advice for offering tech support to your relatives.
Susie is joined by Dan Benjamin to talk about their first experiences with the iPad Pro.
Apple's expensive mega-tablet needs to find its niche.
Glenn and Susie both have Apple TVs and plenty to say about them.
Apple is taking orders for the Apple TV, and Susie and Glenn can't wait—especially now that Glenn has gigabit fiber.
This week we have a grab bag of topics, from Apple's new Magic accessories (or "meh-gic" if you're unimpressed) to updated iWork and Yahoo Mail ditching passwords.
Laugh all you want, but buying an iPhone this year is so much harder than it used to be. Dan Frakes from the Wirecutter stops by to share his insight. We also discuss the new movie Steve Jobs with Macworld staff writers Caitlin McGarry and Oscar Raymundo.
Glenn sold his Apple Watch, and Susie bought a new iPhone. Time to talk about what a weird process that's becoming. Elsewhere, Amazon and Microsoft mess up, and content blocking gets messy.
Jason Snell, proprietor of Six Colors, joins Glenn this week to talk about the release of El Capitan and the two new iPhones, all of which Jason tested over a very, very busy couple of weeks and published reviews of earlier this week. El Capitan is ready for business in a way that we can't remember many or any other OS X releases being. We recommend upgrading for all Yosemite users. Meanwhile, the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus have significant hardware changes that translate into a great new set of exp...more
Glenn and Susie are joined by Macworld columnist Lisa Schmeiser for a discussion about parenting young kids in the age of social media and omnipresent screens.
Glenn and Susie are joined by Brianna Wu of Giant Spacekat, who gives us some real talk about developing games for the next Apple TV. Elsewhere, we talk iOS 9 and the new iPhone 6s.
THREE MORE THINGS.
Glenn and Susie talk about the upcoming Apple event, and how bananas it is that Android Wear watches work with iPhones now—in fact, they even do a couple things better than the Apple Watch.
Glenn is testing a few content blockers for iOS 9, and even at this early stage they make a huge difference. In other news, the Apple Car seems awfully real, Tim Cook emails Jim Cramer, and Google gets into the router game.
Susie and Glenn unpack all the Apple TV rumor bombs dropped by 9to5Mac. And yes, The Simpsons are mentioned.
Lots of follow up and little news tidbits this week. Our malware woes seem weak compared to what Android users are facing. CurrentC is losing its exclusivity before it even launches. And we're getting excited about new iPhones and iPads coming soon!
Apple Music is new and cool, but combining it with your own collection can lead to weirdness and frustration. Elsewhere, serious security flaws that shouldn't freak you out too much, and Apple says MVN-no.
Apple had an amazing quarter, except those pesky iPad sales. CurrentC might be coming soon, but Apple Pay already has it beat. And can Tim Cook throw shade or what?
Susie's cold is finally gone, Apple put out a sweet new iPod touch (that may or may not hold clues to the next low-end iPhone), and Glenn used apps to turn his rental car into KITT from Knight Rider. Good times.
Jason Snell joins Susie and Glenn to discuss the public betas of OS X 10.11 El Capitan and iOS 9. Beta-riffic!
The Hacking Team got hacked. Safari may or may not be the new Internet Explorer. Not all music can play over all speakers. It's been a strange week.
Glenn helps Susie feel safer with his copious knowledge of OS X security. Susie helps Glenn figure out Apple Music. That's what friends are for.
El Capitan isn't just an awesome name. It'll have much-needed performance improvements, plus some new features that sound small but could make a big difference in the quality of your digital life. We can't wait to put it on the Macs Apple absolutely shouldn't stop making.
What's the news about Apple's News app? Glenn is joined by Jason Snell of Six Colors, and Tom Standage of the Economist to unpack what Apple's push into the news business means for publishers and readers alike.
In an effort to discuss the WWDC keynote for *even longer than the actual keynote*, we tackle iOS 9 and watchOS 2 this week. Next week, the News app, El Capitan, and if we can get to it, Apple Music.
Greenbot's Florence Ion joins Glenn and Susie to discuss Google's developer conference, and what we'd like to see Apple draw on as, uh, inspiration.
Jony Ive has a new job title. Apple may make light versions of iOS 9 for older iPhones and iPads. And Glenn and Susie are all for the democratization of product reviews.
Glenn and Susie are joined by Roman Loyola and Caitlin McGarry to talk about those apps that deliver all kinds of goods and services to your door. Are they lifesavers, or are they ruining everything?
Glenn and Susie have grown accustomed to (and happy with!) the new single-port MacBook, but we have a few gripes about early Apple Watch apps. We also examine if it's smart to put beta versions of iOS and OS X on your everyday machines.
Glenn, Susie, and Caitlin all have Apple Watches...and plenty of opinions about them.
Glenn and Susie talk about the Apple Watch's weird launch, and iFixit CEO Kyle Wiens drops by to discuss ripping one apart at the seams.
Glenn and Susie are joined by special guests Joe Kissell and Jeff Carlson to talk about Photos for OS X, iCloud Photo Library, and how it fits into our post-iPhoto-and-Aperture lives.
Caitlin and Leah got to try on everything, including their beloved rose gold Apple Watch Edition, and share their (quite different) experiences. Susie and Glenn just wanted to buy a MacBook on "ship" day, hrrmph.
Apple Watch preorders start this week. The new MacBook will ship. All at the same time as a little movie called Star Wars finally hits iTunes.
Glenn and Susie are joined by Leah Yamshon and Jeff Carlson to discuss the latest (and Apple-approved) biography of Apple's founder, Becoming Steve Jobs.
Glenn and Susie, dedicated cord-cutters both, discuss what they'd like in a new Apple TV, both the hardware and the rumored streaming service. Plus we dip into Nintendo's move to mobile and what's up with iOS 8.3.
Glenn, Susie, and Macworld Editor-in-Chief Jon Phillips really hope the Apple Watch experience is nothing like using the Galaxy Gear. We also discuss the rumored Apple TV streaming service, and that darn USB-C port again.
Susie reports back from the March 9 Apple event, and she and Glenn geek out over the new MacBook...oh, and some shiny gold arm candy too.
This week, Susie and Glenn are watching and waiting for the Apple Watch, and discuss what Apple needs to reveal at Monday's special event. In the week since we last talked mobile payments, two new players emerged at Mobile World Congress—the creatively monikered Android Pay and Samsung Pay. Let us know what you think of this week's podcast!
Glenn Fleishman takes the hosting chair, joining Susie Ochs to discuss hard drives' potential to spread malware, why more Google Wallet usage is good for Apple Pay, and the rainbow of emoji people.
Chris Breen and Susie Ochs talk Apple's Photos beta, iOS 9 as the "Snow Leopard" of Apple's mobile platform, updated MacBook Airs, and iOS 8.3 beta.
Chris Breen and Susie Ochs discuss Apple's quarterly results, gold Apple Watches and the retail experience, piracy, the value of smart thermostats, and rancid perms-cookies.
Chris Breen and Susie Ochs discuss the stories of the week including acquisitions ain't for the weak, loads of China iPhone sales, Free on iTunes launch, and ProTools free.
Chris Breen and Susie Ochs discuss the passing of Google Glass, a Mac user's experience buying a PC, a rumored Apple stylus, and more about net neutrality.
Chris Breen and Susie Ochs wrap up Macworld's coverage of CES, talk the iPhone anniversary, Flickr, and OS X and iOS reliability.
Chris Breen chats with Susie Ochs, who is attending CES 2015. (Apologies for poor audio quality.)
Chris Breen, Susie Ochs, and Leah Yamshon suggest gifts that you might give to your favorite Apple enthusiast.
Chris Breen and Ben Long look at the state of the art in digital photography and recommend gifts for the camera lover in your life.
Chris Breen and Susie Ochs discuss the winners and losers of the early holiday shopping season, Chromebooks versus iPads, and offer a finger shake at Yahoo for its exploitation of Flickr images.
Chris Breen and Susie Ochs give thanks for Apple's philanthropy, helpful user comments, and a whole lot of great apps.
Susie Ochs and Chris Breen discuss the week's news including Ewwwbur, Alpine's CarPlay head unit, FCC smackdown, and iOS and Yosemite updates.
Chris Breen and Susie Ochs discuss the news of the week including choosing sides in the net neutrality battle, free Office iOS apps, and iMessage purgatory.
Chris Breen and Susie Ochs discuss the week's news including impressions of the iMac with 5K Retina display, Apple Watch release rumors, who cares about Office 2015, and Tim Cook comes out.
Chris Breen and Susie Ochs discuss Apple Pay versus CVS, just how good the new iPads are, iTunes 12, and the decline of music purchases.
Chris Breen and Susie Ochs discuss Apple latest releases--the iPad Air 2, iPad mini 3, and iMac with Retina 5K display.
Chris Breen speaks with Paul Kent, master of Macworld/iWorld to talk about the show going on hiatus.
Chris Breen and Susie Ochs talk the tech news of the week including a rumored Apple event, HP splitting (again), Facebook and the Like economy, and anticipating Yosemite features.
Chris Breen and Susie Ochs discuss the news of the week including distracted driving and Google Glass, not-so-bendable iPhones, Apple and privacy, and the smugglers index.
Serenity Caldwell and Chris Breen get together one last time to talk the events of the week, including 10 million iPhones sold, iPhone 6 photography, iOS 8, and jailbreaking.
Serenity Caldwell and Chris Breen discuss the news of the week including huge iPhone 6 sales, favorite iOS 8 features, Tim takes control, and changes at Macworld.
Serenity Caldwell and Chris Breen get together to discuss the Apple event that introduced the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus, Apple Pay, and the Apple Watch.
Serenity Caldwell and Chris Breen discuss two hot subjects of the day -- celebrity photo stalking and September 9th's Apple event.
Chris Breen is joined by two-Dans Frakes and Moren to discuss the news of the week including iPhone 5 batteries, Gruber's numbers, Facebook and clickbait, Surface 2 under water, and TiVo for cable cutters.
Chris Breen and Serenity Caldwell discuss the news of the week including Apple and diversity, calling your mother, getting the joke, iPhone 6 rumor roundup, and an award for a touching Apple commercial.
Serenity Caldwell and Chris Breen reunite to discuss the news of the week including talk of Apple's internal training program, App Store curation, and what is and (mostly) isn't terrible about Facebook Messenger.
Serenity Caldwell and special guest star Dan Frakes review the news of the week including OS X Yosemite, Apple's Beats music integration, and more.
Serenity Caldwell and Chris Breen review the news of the week including Apple acquisitions, Bose versus Beats, more about Beats, and Apple envy.
Chris Breen and Serenity Caldwell discuss the news of the week including iOS and iBM, real work on an iPad, too easy in-app purchases, and unlimited lit.
Macworld editor Dan Miller joins Chris Breen to discuss a reinvigorated (and downsized) Microsoft, iLife no more, and I-spy-with-my-little-eye, China!
Serenity Caldwell and Chris Breen discuss the news of the week including stories of a false sense of security, the unsurprising thing about robots, and why fashion matters.
Serenity Caldwell and Chris Breen discuss the tech news of the week including Facebook's seeming disdain for privacy, Apple's Pride, Aperture hubbub, and iTunes U improvements.
Chris Breen is joined by Dans Frakes and Moren to talk about the ubiquity of Dropbox, the next Apple TV, and Lightning-struck headphones.
Serenity Caldwell and Chris Breen discuss news of the week including five iOS 8 features we want now, link bait from the New York Times, and Tesla and open patents.
Serenity Caldwell and Chris Breen discuss their top 10 features announced at WWDC '14.
Philip Michaels' Macworld Pundit Showdown returns with contestants Peter Cohen, Jim Dalrymple, John Moltz, and Roman Loyola.
Chris Breen and Serenity Caldwell are joined by Macworld's Dan Miller to discuss WWDC 14's keynote presentation.
Serenity Caldwell and Chris Breen discuss Apple's alleged home automation moves, hacked iCloud accounts in Oz, and kids and old computers.
Chris Breen and Serenity Caldwell discuss the news of the week including corporate hook-ups, changes at Apple retail stores, and why iTunes updates can be problematic.
Chris Breen and Serenity Caldwell talk the news of the week including larger iPhones, Apple's possible acquisition of Beats Music, Katie Cotton's departure, and more FCC shenanigans.
Serenity Caldwell and Chris Breen return to discuss products sure to not appear at WWDC, bad bad broadband companies, and Apple retail store changes.
Dan Frakes joins Chris Breen to talk about the dilution of ComiXology, new MacBook Airs, the thing we once called Net Neutrality, and a hiring settlement.
Chris Breen and Dan Moren contemplate a refined Apple TV interface, tech we're uncomfortable with, and just how green Apple grows.
This week, Serenity Caldwell and Dan Moren round up the latest in Apple news, including Amazon buying Comixology, Dropbox’s announcements, the future of the iTunes Store, and aftermarket CarPlay units.
Serenity Caldwell and Dan Moren discuss the Apple news of the week including Apple v Samsung, exposed executive email, Fire TV, iWork updates, and the gem-like Monument Valley.
Serenity Caldwell and Chris Breen return to talk Apple Goes to Court (again), Macworld/iWorld, Office on the iPad, and Yahoo throws more money around.
A panel of editors from Macworld field audience questions on a variety of topics and provide closing thoughts on this year's event. Recorded live on March 29, 2014 at Macworld/iWorld 2014 in San Francisco, CA.