Welcome to iMore's author spotlight column, The Network. Every Friday, we'll be bringing you the perspective and charm of the best and brightest minds in the Apple and tech community.
The Apple Watch has correctly been lauded by critics as the best wearable on the market to date. That said, it's a first generation product — and it shows.
On The Network this week, James Thomson imagines a bleak dystopian future: In a world without advertising, your social status becomes the only currency you can use.
On the Network this week, Red Sweater Software founder Daniel Jalkut writes about working from home: He's been doing it for over ten years now. Learn from his mistakes (and his glorious ahas).
Dammit, Jim: I'm a guitarist, not a drummer. Luckily, I have a few Logic automatons from Apple that can fill in for me... and a few I want to set on fire.
Over the years, Jason Snell has put together a pretty good system for packing before a vacation. This week on the Network, he shares his packing list — physical and virtual.
If you can set aside the hype, there's an amazing amount of promise and potential in Apple's upcoming coding program for iOS.
The iPad Pro wouldn't be a good Apple product if it weren't surrounded by a universe of accessories.
This week on the Network, Jason Snell takes a page from Garfield Minus Garfiled and imagines an Apple without the iPhone.
My Photos library contains over 70,000 images, including almost a decade of pictures taken by the iPhone.
If Apple wants Siri to be crowned leader of the voice-controlled assistant pack, the company has a few improvements to make.
Do I miss the romance of the big, shocking reveal? I do. But we don't live in that era anymore.
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