Apple’s closed ecosystem of hardware and software has resulted in some wonderful products. But the company’s walled garden also keeps you trapped in a digital world that may stifle innovation and boost prices.
Research shows frequent videoconferences can sap your brain and deplete your energy, so columnist Joanna Stern says make more voice calls.
May 26, 2021
An Apple M1 chip, an insanely thin design, a beautiful screen and a great webcam all bring the iMac into the modern age.
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Apple’s $29 tracker helps you find your lost stuff better than the competition does—but it makes it even harder to find your way out of Apple’s ecosystem.
May 9, 2021
The latest update to the iPhone’s operating system has some useful upgrades and one big privacy feature that requires some consideration.
April 26, 2021
Apple announced a hodgepodge of updates to many existing product lines, and revealed a new product as well. Here’s the rundown, along with our expert take.
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Ad-tracking permission pop-ups are coming to nearly every app on your iPhone. Here’s why—and what’s happening behind the scenes.
Joanna Stern and Nicole Nguyen
香蕉视频苹果下载April 7, 2021
New controls from Facebook aim to make it easier for us to control what’s in our feeds but they still preserve the social network’s main algorithmic highway.
April 2, 2021
Our columnist tested 10 home printers and survived to tell you about it. Her advice? Get an ink-tank printer from Epson or Brother.
March 24, 2021
If you are trying to book a Covid-19 vaccine, the combo of poorly designed websites and scarce appointments might make you wish you could just stand on a long line in the freezing cold—but big tech companies are pitching in to help.
March 18, 2021