I like Apple Music. There is a lot going on with Apple’s streaming platform that is pretty great. But so far it feels like just a music player, and that’s not so great .
“Can the iPad Pro replace your computer?” is a question that won’t go away, and is once again being reinvigorated thanks to the brand new iPad Pro lineup that Apple just announced back in October.
Yesterday was a busy day, but Apple managed to keep things pretty upbeat as it unveiled a variety of new devices, with at least one of them reinvigorating one of the age-old Apple questions.
Apple’s “There’s more in the making” event was designed around the idea that people create things with the company’s products, so it wanted to introduce new devices to help folks do that.
While the iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, and iPhone XR were all unveiled at the same time, the 2018 iPhone lineup had a bit of a staggered launch.
2018 is an “S upgrade” year, which means that the changes from last year’s flagship, the iPhone X, are going to be pretty minimal in this year’s new models. But like years prior, that’s not a bad thing.
iPhone Day means incessantly refreshing a tracking page until the delivery truck finally arrives at your front door. But then the wait’s over and you’ve finally got the thing you’ve been waiting hours, no, a week, for!
As I write this, it’s a little before 5:00 PM PST, or 8:00 PM EST, which means that on the other side of the globe the iPhone XS and iPhone XS have been on sale for a bit of time already.
Apple launched three new iPhones earlier this month, with two of those models sitting at the top of the pyramid due to just a few changes in their specs compared to the third, less expensive model.