iOS 14 wishlist, Apple Q1 2020 earnings, ten years of the iPad, and more

What do we want to see in iOS 14? The iPad turned ten this week. How much money did Apple make this past quarter? All this and more on this episode of the Macworld Podcast.

This is episode 683 with Jason Cross, Leif Johnson, and Roman Loyola.

Listen to episode 683

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  • Apple cracks $90B in a single quarter for the first time as the iPhone returns to glory

  • Apple’s record quarter: Don’t try to trick Tim Cook

  • Apple invents an AIO Desktop Computer made from Glass that incorporates the Keyboard, Dual Trackpads & more

  • iPad at 10: Why apps made the iPad a success

  • The iPad Awkwardly Turns 10 (Daring Fireball)

  • The Tragic iPad (Stratechery)

Feature discussion: iOS 14 wishlist

Apple will most likely be unveiling the next version of iOS, iOS 14, at its Worldwide Developers Conference in a few months. Our own Jason Cross came up with a list of things he’d like to see in the new operating system. We’ll talk about his list on the show, as well as come up with a few other ideas. You can read Jason’s article by clicking the link below.

  • iOS 14 Wishlist: 10 ways Apple can take the iPhone to the next level

Two-minute tip

Now it’s time for the Two-minute tip, where a Macworld staffer will present a quick tip for your Apple device. In today’s tip, learn how to chanfe the language and region on the Mac. THe complete instructions are available in the link below.

  • How to switch the language and region used by your Mac

Your hot takes

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