What a difference a year makes. Since last fall, I’ve tested and reviewed a lot of phones, and I’ve taken thousands of photos with all of them. There’s lots I could say about each phone, but I’m still happy to keep coming back to the indispensable iPhone 11.
This summer is going to be a bit different from usual. While kids are off school, and summer camps are cancelled, parents are still working from home–so what’s your plan?
Apple’s WWDC 2020 went online this year, announcing iOS and iPadOS 14, macOS Big Sur, and Apple watchOS 7 virtually from the Steve Jobs Theatre.
Apple released a major update for iPad yesterday, and it delivers laptop-like functionality across the most recent iPad tablets. iPadOS 13.4 not only includes updates to Mail, Files, Memojis, and Siri, but also support for trackpads, mouse, and full keyboard control.
If you need a few reasons why Apple’s 10.2″ iPad is a great idea, you’re in luck, because I’ve got five of them. The 7th generation iPad is a third of the price of most laptops, and it has a lot of features for home, entertainment, and business.
The iPhone 11 is pretty easy to review: it’s the best overall phone today. Against all the competitors, and even other iPhones, the iPhone 11 stands out with some of the best all-around features. Even Android users may be surprised how easy it is to jump ship, and the camera alone is worth it if you’re a photographer.
When I’m travelling, I usually bring a lot of gear with me. There’s my DSLR, an action camera, and usually a couple of phones because I’m working on reviews. For my vacation to Disney World this year though, I decided I was going to try and carry less, so I just brought the Apple iPhone 11 with me many days, and it was frankly one of the best decisions of the trip.
Apple TV+ has arrived, and it’s available now for $5.99 per month in Canada on a wide range of devices, from the iPhone, iPad, and Apple TV, to Samsung smart TVs, Roku, and Amazon Fire TV devices.
Apple’s new MacBook Air is a gorgeous laptop, and it wows at any angle. Released last fall, the laptop comes in three colours–gold, silver, and space grey–and while the space grey is distinguished, gold is vibrant and eye-catching.
The social media world, and the news at large, is sounding the death knell of Steve Jobs, Apple’s co-founder, greatest CEO, and one of the men who led Pixar in its early days, and it seems like it’s impossible to see what all of this will mean in a day, a week, or a year, but it is a sad day that made me feel at least somewhat introspective.