Digital security is crucial, but often confusing. Clario has just launched a new product that solves that problem without compromise.
Bryan Chaffin is joined by John Kheit to talk about Apple Silicon and the Mac moving to Apple-designed ARM processors. They also talk about Target Mode’s demise and something John Kheit predicted years ago: iOS apps coming to the Mac.
Andrew Orr and Dave Hamilton join host Kelly Guimont to discuss the latest privacy changes from WWDC, and the Macworld All-Star Band reunion.
Andrew Orr and Jeff Butts join host Kelly Guimont to discuss the iOS 14 preview from WWDC, and why a few of those features look familiar…
The Today View on iPhone and iPad is an area of your home screen that acts as a dashboard for apps to give you useful information.
John Martellaro and Charlotte Henry join host Kelly Guimont to discuss humans beating robots at manufacturing, and a peek at iOS 14.
Zerodium is temporarily suspending its purchasing of iOS exploits due to a high number of submissions, with the CEO saying ”iOS security is f**ked.”
Zerodium is an exploit acquisition platform that pays researchers for zero-day security vulnerabilities and then sells them to institutional customers like government organizations and law enforcement agencies. The company focuses on high-risk vulnerabilities, normally offering between $100,000 and $2 million per fully functional iOS exploit.
Andrew shows you how to turn on the emoji keyboard and start using it in apps. Apple adds new emojis just about every year.
Today, Bob “Dr. Mac” LeVitus joins host Kelly Guimont to chat about ways each of them have discovered to be productive while not in a “regular” office.
Dave Hamilton and Andrew Orr join host Kelly Guimont to discuss Security Friday news, and the new kernel extension alert popping up in the latest MacOS 10.15 update.
Find out why Dr. Mac says GarageBand on an iDevice is so different from GarageBand on a Mac that it should have been called something else like, “GarageBand Touch” or “GarageBand Mobile.”
Apple just released the latest update for its operating systems: 13.4. It includes a redesigned system to support mice and trackpads, changes in Files, and more.
Announced with the new iPad Pro, Apple is releasing iOS / iPadOS 13.4 on March 24. Among other features, it brings trackpad support to iPads.
Apple announced the release of a new iPad Pro this morning, featuring an A12Z Bionic chip, an Ultra Wide camera, and a LiDAR scanner.
Leaked iOS 14 code includes updates for watchOS 7, suggesting future Apple Watches will get sleep tracking, kids mode, and more.
Andrew thinks that a feature found in the latest beta of iOS 13.4 hints at a portless iPhone.
Apple Maps Look Around is coming to three new locations: Boston, Philadelphia, and Washington D.C., for people running iOS 13.
Apple has released the second public beta for iOS 13.4 and iPadOS 13.4. Features coming include a new Mail toolbar and iCloud folder sharing.
Apple is reportedly in talks to let iOS users set third-party apps as the default, like for mail, music, and the browser.
Users can now apply to test Microsofts Project XCloud game streaming service on iOS devices via the TestFlight program.