If our devices can encourage exercise and meditation habits, why shouldn’t they encourage polite social habits, as well?
It’s not difficult to imagine the iPhone being “eaten alive,” its role absorbed by devices at either end of the size spectrum: the iPad on the large side, the Watch on the small.
It’s the most significant change to the service since its debut over a decade ago. It’s the difference between a quip and a quote, between a thought and an idea, between an objection and an argument.
Until Apple adds an interval timer to the workout app, its HIIT feature (announced on stage at WWDC) is fairly useless.
The Apple Watch ‘podcast problem’ makes its marquee features superfluous.
What might a round Apple Watch look like?
There is precedent for a streaming service achieving success after mediocre first efforts at original content.
We need more tech reviews like this.
AirPods aren’t perfect. Here’s my list of complaints
Like smoking, AirPods boast a set of nanogestures that reinforce the habit.