In September Apple released iOS 10 for iPad and iPhone. While both devices received the update, it was apparent that this version was geared more towards iPhone and iPad was brought along for the ride. While iPad Pro has been one of my favorite Apple Devices in recent memory, there's some huge holes that need to be updated and fixed in the next version.
Apple's latest MacBook Pro has got some mixed reviews so far. Time will tell whether this in an overreaction or an underwhelming release in the Mac's history. Personally, I'm not disappointed but I feel Apple could have done a few more things to justify the price increase and make customers happier.
While Apple's major products have been receiving incremental updates in recent years, it's major innovation seems to happening in its accessories. The Apple Pencil brought drawing and writing to iPad Pro . The Smart Keyboard brought a compact and effortless way to enable typing on the go. Apple Watch brought “smart watches" to the main stream, redefining the category and highlighting the benefits a smart device on your wrist. Yes there were some bumps in the beginning but with the release of watchOS 3, many issues were addressed and fitness was brought to the forefront.
So you've been on the edge about getting rid of your traditional cable service. You're sick of terrible interfaces, rental fees and tons of channels you don't watch. Well there's never been a better time to get rid of your cable box then now. You might be able to save some money along the way as well.
Is it me or is the need to upgrade dwindling as the years go by? Are computers fast enough? Are all phones just giant pieces of glass? That's what it feels like. As the years go by the less I feel the need to upgrade my devices.
Cloud storage is a necessary evil these days if you're using multiple devices. For iOS, it's crucial as there is no standard file system for the OS. If you're saving, sharing or even editing files on iOS, your choice becomes even more important. In the past year or so I've used all of these. I'll breakdown which ones are best when using multiple iOS and macOS devices.
Ok so I'm not going to turn you into a millionaire but here's a few ways you can save a couple bucks by doing extremely minimal work. Many of these take time to actually add up to anything but so don't quit your day job quite yet.
There's always a certain temptation I have to switch to an Android device as my main phone. There's so many options that are less expensive than iPhones and there's the whole customization thing. Every time I think about switching, there are always certain apps that keep me on iOS. Here's the apps you can only find on iOS and I can't live without.