For the next few weeks, the vast, vast majority of iPhone 13 buying advice will be strangely fixated on whether or not it’s a compelling upgrade from… the iPhone 12. Spoiler alert: it’s not. It never is. Not year over year. Not any iPhone. No one expects it to be. Not even Apple.
120Hz refresh rate. Always-on. Smaller notch. A15 chipset. X60 modem. Wi-Fi 6E. Bigger batteries. Bigger cameras. Better cameras. Better video. Mini, non-mini, Pro, Pro Max. Maybe 1TB. Maybe even Touch ID. It’s the iPhone 13… or iPhone 12s and it’s as close as a month away. So, should you start saving?
If Mark Facebook thought Tim Apple enforcing Privacy Labels and App Tracking Transparency in iOS 14 was terri-bad… wait ‘till he gets a load of App Privacy Reports and Private Relay in iOS 15, because, well…
Pegasus is military-grade spyware sold at incredible expense to nation-states, governments, and agencies, ostensibly to fight crime and terrorism, but reports say it’s being abused by authoritarian regimes against journalists and dissidents. But what does that have to do with your iPhone?
It’s been.. one year since Tim Cook did it. Cocked his head at Intel and said, “get rid of it”. Seven months since the launch of M1. Saying, “performance efficiency’s why we’re making Apple silicon”. Three months since new colored iMacs. But still no pros, only Intel clap backs. WWDC had zero M1X time. But it’s still another year until the deadline...
In this hands-on, I’m going to tell you if the freshly updated Apple TV 4K is for you. If the increase in processing power, the escalation in audio and video quality, the complete redesign of the remote, are a box-office bomb or a total blockbuster.
In this hands-on, I’m going to tell you if Apple’s all-new, all-colorful M1 iMac is for you. Your office, your shop, your home, your kitchen, your living room, you family, your kids….You! And, which one?
Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, literally wants to inflict pain on Apple, on Tim Cook. To make them hurt. To lobby the government against them, to claim anti-trust, to do everything they can to paint Apple dirty. Why?