Today is the “high holiday” in Apple’s liturgical calendar: iPhone keynote day. In a few hours, Tim Cook and his cardinal executives will unveil the new devices designed to drive Apple’s business during the upcoming year. Apple devotees around the world will attend (virtually), eager to heap adoration on the innovations heralded from Cupertino. That […]
I’ve owned AirPods since soon after their release in late 2016. After a year and a half of daily use, I jotted down some thoughts.
After a quarter-century using Windows, I’m finally getting a Macintosh. Did I miss the Mac’s golden era?
I grew up shopping in dingy, cavernous, fluorescent-lit warehouses. But Apple outlets resemble high-end, big-city fashion boutiques, more than they do the Rust Belt K-Marts of my youth.
I want the Watch to show up as a system-wide audio target any time it’s connected to the phone—just like standalone Bluetooth speakers and headphones do.
A device as expensive as the iPhone X serves as a negative status symbol among our friends and family.
I doubt that the vlogger aimed to sacrifice her father’s job to boost her YouTube subscriber count. But that’s what happened.
The “Apple access economy” incentivizes problematic journalism.
When your team is winning, sportsmanship demands that you dial down the trash talk.
The iPhone X’s $1,000 price tag isn’t quite so hard to swallow when you consider the standalone gadgets that the device renders unnecessary.