Russell is a Contributing Editor at iMore. He's a passionate futurist whose trusty iPad mini is never far from reach. You can usually find him chasing the next tech trend, much to the pain of his wallet. Reach out on Twitter!
Apple has announced VR support for the Mac. Here's what you need to know about when you can use it yourself.
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John Hanke has thoughts on being cooped up inside, and I'm not convinced they apply to everyone.
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The tech revealed in its latest iPads Pro are clearly meant for something smaller and wearable.
Apple and Microsoft have been dominating this category from opposing perspectives, and choosing between the two has never been more difficult.
These are not real AirPods Pro, but they look and feel and act like them which is a huge problem.
Gather your best battle buds and get ready to take on the monsters contained within Fortresses.