If an Android-powered tablet is going to become a hit, the Kindle Fire may be the product to do it. But Amazon has some work to do.
Apple has packed almost everything involving media (and app) management, purchase, and playback into iTunes. It’s a complete mess. And it’s time for an overhaul.
Given the iPhone's popularity as a camera, it's no surprise that Apple would look to boost the photography features contained in its mobile OS. But what's new in the Camera and Photo apps with iOS 5? Macworld's Jason Snell has the answers.
The Macworld team will be at the Moscone Center on Monday as Steve Jobs delivers the keynote address at Apple's 2011 Worldwide Developers Conference. Topics include the latest Mac OS X Lion, iCloud, and iOS 5. Join us for live coverage of the event as it happens.
A year ago, nobody had an iPad. Then Apple sold 15 million of them in just nine months, creating a whole new category of technology product. The iPad may have...
The next iPad will have a dual-core processor, an up to two-times faster CPU, with up to nine-times faster graphics. Pricing starts at $499. iPad 2 also will be one-third thinner than iPad 1 and will sport built-in front and rear-facing cameras and an iOS 4.3 update.
IDG will feature tag-team coverage at New York City’s Guggenheim Museum on Wednesday to liveblog the official launch of The Daily, News Corp.’s long-rumored iPad newspaper. The event will also feature an appearance from Apple vice president of Internet services Eddy Cue.
What's the future of the Mac? On Thursday at Macworld 2011 I discussed the question with a panel of smart people: Daring Fireball's John Gruber, TidBits...
In this week's podcast, Jason Snell and analyst (and regular Macworld contributor) Michael Gartenberg discuss Apple, Google, and the rest of the year that was in...