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Spigen Tough Armor case for iPhone 6s Plus review

The Spigen Tough Armor case provides excellent all-around protection for your iPhone 6s Plus with a decidedly rugged style.

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Magic Trackpad 2 review

The Magic Trackpad 2 not only brings a new design and rechargeable lithium-ion battery, it brings Apple's Force Touch—and Force Click—technology to the desktop. But with a price of $129, is it worth it?

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Magic Keyboard review

The Magic Keyboard is the newly redesigned, newly re-chargeable version of the now classic Apple Wireless keyboard. But does that make the Magic Keyboard simply newer or is it also substantially improved? And even if it's better, does that mean you should get it? Let's find out!

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Twelve South's Forte is the classiest way to charge and display your Apple Watch

I've looked at a variety of Apple Watch stands since the very first ones debuted in early May, but none have really worked for me. After a few months and aborted tries, I ended up just charging my Apple Watch atop my jewelry tray—not a bad place for it, but not a very nice way of showcasing the watch, either. Enter Twelve South's Forte: It's the classiest way to charge and display your Apple Watch yet.

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iPhone 6s review

With its screen off, you'd be forgiven for thinking the iPhone 6s hasn't changed all that much from its year-ago predecessor, save for a color tweak. But just as you shouldn't judge a book by its cover, you shouldn't overlook this year's iPhone on appearance alone: Almost every internal component has seen an upgrade, and that "same-old" exterior design? It's tougher than last year's model, with better materials. Combine that with Apple's latest version of iOS and iPhone 6s-exclusive software features, and you're looking at an entirely new device hidden within the shell of its predecessor.

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The Home app is the program Apple should have shipped with HomeKit

I've been testing HomeKit accessories since the first wave premiered earlier this year, and I've used a variety of apps to set them up and control them. Most manufacturers have released device-specific apps, but if you have a few different HomeKit items and need a central hub, there's no better app out there right now than Home.

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Speck CandyShell Grip case for iPhone 6s review

Speck's CandyShell Grip Case is a sharp-looking case for your iPhone 6s with rubber ridges along the back. This pattern reaches up around the sides, ensuring that your iPhone 6s won't slip no matter how you're holding it. That rubber layer also provides baseline impact protection along the interior.

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iPhone 6s Plus review

Tick tock. S-year. Enough already. None of that has mattered since 2011. When it comes to the iPhone, each year, every year, Apple sprints flat out. This year that includes a new casing, new glass, new chipset, new cameras, new radios, new interactivity, and the list goes on and on. Apple's tagline is "the only thing that's changed is everything" and they mean that sincerely. That not only makes the iPhone 6s Plus new, it makes it exciting.

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OS X El Capitan review

As Snow Leopard refined and advanced Leopard, as Mountain Lion refined and advanced Lion, so too does OS X El Capitan refine and advance last year's OS X Yosemite. That means the focus isn't on major redesigns or profound system-level changes, though there is a little of both to be found. The focus is on making OS X smarter, and giving it considerably more polish.

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iPhone 6s video review

The iPhone 5s brought us the Touch ID fingerprint identity scanner. Both, transformative. The same is true of 3D Touch on the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus.

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