I’ve covered the personal technology beat for more than two decades at places like Gartner, Jupiter Research and Altimeter Group. I’ve also had the fun of contributing my $.02 on the topic at Computerworld, Engadget, Macworld, SlashGear and now iMore. Most recently I spent a few years at Apple as Sr. Director of Worldwide Product Marketing. On Twitter I’m an unverified @gartenberg. I still own some Apple stock.
The Bragi Dash serve as a good model of both what works about the wireless headphone model so far, but also what future products like Apple’s upcoming AirPods can do to improve the experience.
Want a better camera but don't want to upgrade to iPhone 7? There are apps and accessories for that!
I drive a 2004 Acura. I bought it way back when. It's mine. It works. I love it. Haven't found a reason to upgrade. Will Apple give me one for iPhone?
Apple TV was touted as the future of TV when it was released. Years later and we're still waiting on that future to become a reality — and we may have to wait even longer.
As Google pushes to cut down on "smartphone addiction" and Apple fans cry out for similar implementation, we need to stop and ask where the onus actually lies.
If you can live with its limitations, or just want the battery life an always-on display, then the Amzfit Bip might just be the smartwatch for you.
I spent some time with Apple’s latest iPad and iWork suite. Then, to get some perspective, I thought it might be good to take a look at a Chromebook equivalent. Here's how they compare.
For years, Apple has been synonymous with education. But winning the modern battle in the classroom isn't just about making useful iPads.
Apple’s iPhone and iPad operating system hits the big one-zero this year, but there’s still lots left that iMore’s editors hope to see!
TAG Heuer recently introduced a $1,500 watch. So what's interesting about a new $1,500 TAG?
iMore resident analyst Michael Gartenberg takes a look at Apple's 2016 — and what the company can improve on for next year.
The Amazon Kindle Oasis is the ultimate electronic reading machine—it simply costs too much and isn't for everyone.
One of the hottest trends of 2018 is going to be artificial intelligence — AI. It's baked into all the virtual assistants offered by Apple Apple, Google, Amazon, Microsoft, and Samsung.
CES is no longer the show that defines the new year in tech. Apple is no longer the company that starts the year off with a bang. But, what if the two came together?
Well, it's that time of the year again. Time to enjoy the warmth of an OLED display on an iPhone X while a Yule log burns on 4K displays and shimmer with holiday cheer.
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