CES 2019 is here, and The Impromptu breaks down the most interesting news from the event and figures out what it all means for consumers.
What went wrong with iPhone last year? Is Apple’s recently disclosed earnings loss a sole reflection of the price increases, or is it a more complicated picture, factoring in China’s economy and its relations with the United States?
We dive deeper into the topic of “Marzipan,” the code-named cross-platform UI that supposedly would be announced at WWDC this June. It looks like it’s been delayed until 2019, or perhaps it just wasn’t ready?
Apple’s horribly communicated iPhone battery fiasco, Samsung Note 8 phones stop accepting a charge once they hit zero percent, and we look forward to new tech product announcements in the first half of 2018.
Are the current MacBook Pro’s a step backwards in design? Apple Watch apps and watchOS needs a major redesign, and iOS feature succession: and why older devices start to feel slow.