Recently I had an opportunity to play with an iPad Pro at one of the Apple Stores here in San Francisco.I was excited for this hands-on time, albeit brief, as I have long preferred working from an iPad over a traditional laptop.
As the kid of two musicians—and a bit of a dabbling musician myself—music is practically in my DNA, and Sonos provides a great way to listen to it. The company's newest speaker reinvention, the Play:5, is a symphony of delight—one that both incorporates current Sonos themes and sets the tone for the future of the company.
If you’ve bought a TV in the last few years, it probably runs apps as well. Mine does. I don’t use them, because they’re terrible. But, when Apple says apps are the future of television, I believe them. The new Apple TV runs a different breed of apps — we’re likely to see apps that are on-par or exceed the best iOS has to offer.
Every once and a while Apple is accused of ignoring wireless charging on the iPhone, or stubbornly refusing to add it. Since the Apple Watch uses wireless charging exclusively, Apple is certainly doing neither in general. So, why isn't it on iPhone in specific?
Apple's revamped [Apple TV] is a big deal, what with its focus on apps, gaming, and the Siri Remote. I'm excited about it—and I don't even have a high-def TV at home to plug it into. I'm tempted to rectify that, however, with the advent of the new box, as it's sure to be a staunch upgrade from the dreadful UI of my AT&T U-Verse box. From an accessibility perspective, channel...
Long before it was a movie starring Matt Damon, The Martian was a clever self-published story written in pieces by Andy Weir. We sat sown with him recently to talk about the journey from book to movie.