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Apple on Thursday removed the iPod nano and iPod shuffle from its website, signaling that the company has discontinued the two portable audio players. The iPod lineup now consists only of the iPod touch. Apple iPod nano “Today, we are...Show More Summary
No ifs, ands, or.... Image by Rob Schultz/Macworld This roundup features the “butt case.” Why do they call it that? Just look at it! Read on... HandL Image by HandL To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click he...
The Invoxia NVX 200 ($249 MSRP; $215 on Amazon) is an iPhone docking station disguised as a stylish desk phone. The handsome dark grey hardware is petite compared to most landline phones, featuring a rounded base measuring 7.25 inches across, 6.125 inches deep, and about an inch thick. Show More Summary
After weeks of railing against pundits proclaiming a phone that has not been released or even seen is a flop, the Macalope is not going to turn around say it’s a guaranteed success. Writing for the Forbes contributor network and country...Show More Summary
A guide to the best cord-cutting guides.
This summer, iPad users who are testing out the iOS 11 Public Beta are getting their first taste of the future of iPad multitasking. From a redesigned app switcher to an entirely transformed Dock, iOS 11 will make things quite different. Show More Summary
It's lowest price to date on Amazon, the Roomba 690 is currently discounted $50. Roomba loosens, lifts, & suctions dirt while navigating around furniture and clutter. Clean and schedule from anywhere. It's WiFi compatible and works with Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant. See this deal on Amazon. To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here
It must be frustrating to find that a key on your keyboard sometimes doesn't work. As reader W.D. Snyder explains: In macOS 10.12.5, the lower case y is not working in some situations, such as replying to email in Gmail, and when filling out some forms or comments on certain sites. My first reaction was that W.D. Show More Summary
The lack of an SD card slot on the 2016 and 2017 MacBook Pro is an inconvenience for photographers of all stripes who shoot with cameras other than the iPhone. The answer—as with everything else that needs to connect to the USB-C–only MacBook Pro—is and external USB-C SD card reader. Show More Summary
When you go to purchase an SD memory card for your camera, you’re faced with a confusing collection of acronyms and jargon. Here’s a breakdown of what the symbols and terminology mean so you can order the right one for your camera and situation. Show More Summary
Plenty of inexpensive USB-C memory card adapters are now on the market. But would you consider spending about $50 for one? If it’s the SanDisk Extreme Pro UHS-II SD Card USB-C Reader ($47 on Amazon), the answer is yes. Why? Pure speed. Show More Summary
Upgrading to a 2016 MacBook Pro means buying USB-C adapters for everything that connects to the laptop, and those costs quickly start to add up. Fortunately, for photographers who need to read SD or microSD memory cards, the cost of a good card reader can be as little as $12. Show More Summary
The camera industry is moving toward SD and microSD cards for storing images, but there are still some holdouts, especially at the high end of the market, that use larger CompactFlash (CF) cards. For the ability to read those cards with...Show More Summary
One advantage of Apple equipping the latest MacBook Pro models solely with USB-C is that each port can multi-task. Power, video, and data can all pass through an adapter connected to a single port. For photographers and videographers,...Show More Summary
These four bulbs give you a degree of control over color temperature, brightness, and other settings without need for a hub or a smartphone app.
A product that is compact will sometimes win out over similar competitors by nature of its size alone. Such is the case with the Satechi Aluminum Type C Micro/SD Card Reader ($24.99 MSRP; available on Amazon), a sliver of a memory card reader that’s only about the size of a thumb drive. Show More Summary
After months of speculation and hype, the iPhone 8 is almost here—and we've certainly heard a lot of things to be excited about. In this week's episode of The iPhone Show, I fantasize about what the iPhone 8 should look like, based on all the rumors that have surfaced so far. Show More Summary
After a brief hiatus, the Macworld Podcast is back! The biggest change to the podcast is that it’s now available in video format, so you can put faces to the voices you hear every week. If you prefer an audio-only format, don’t worry; we’ll offer that as a download via iTunes, as well. Show More Summary
Adobe plans to phase out its venerable Flash Player by 2020, and browser makers will act even faster to get rid of it.
Enjoy more comfortable, efficient typing on your iPad and keep it protected as well with this smart folio keyboard case. Opening or closing the cover triggers your iPad's sleep or wake modes, and the keyboard connects automatically when...Show More Summary