Christopher Mims of the Wall Street Journal recently called out Apple for making its iPhone handsets so razor thin that the phone’s battery life is compromised. The question for our poll today is “Should Apple change the iPhone’s form factor in order to accommodate a larger battery?”
iPhone owners with a Mac, especially those running OS X Yosemite, can appreciate the seamless syncing of data such as text messages, documents and browser tabs between their devices via iCloud. This sharing, however, doesn’t apply if you work in a mixed environment that includes older OS X versions, Android devices, and Windows PCs. To bring a subset of these sharing options to your heterogenous setup, you should check out Pushbullet, a cross-platform syncing solution that allows you to send links, photos and more to your connected devices.