What we think of the new iPad mini, how we physically customize our devices, other products we think Apple could announce this week, and our thoughts on Apple employees appearing on podcasts.
With Apple's new services waiting in the wings, are we feeling subscription fatigue? Plus, fragmentation in the smart home market, Spotify says Apple is being anticompetitive, and have we lost our sense of wonder when it comes to technology?
Devices we've repaired ourselves, the features we'd choose for a thicker, heavier phone, our thoughts on WebAuthn and the future of passwords, and our privacy concerns for video doorbell cameras.
Repairing our hardware, how many cameras is too many on a smartphone, the Samsung Galaxy Fold vs. the Huawei Mate X, and what we use Siri for.
How we'd improve emoji search, times we took longer finding tools for tasks than completing the tasks themselves, vintage tech and game nostalgia, and the default app we'd redesign in iOS 13.
Apple may want 50 percent of publishers' revenue, where is the money from the App Store going, Amazon's acquisition of eero, and the transformative tech that pales next to where we are today.
Which iOS apps and games we've kept on our devices, what features would make us use Siri and Shortcuts more, the first thing we'd change if we were in charge of Apple retail, and our predictions on the death of physical media.
Our usage of group FaceTime before and after Apple's bug, which tech company we'd choose to run the country, what it will take for data privacy to be taken seriously, and how we deal with information overload in this day and age.
How we consume text-based content online, the smartphone and desktop notifications we can't live without, whether foldable phones are a gimmick, and the tech we'd use to improve sporting events.
Apple products we'd like to see revived, our favorite underdog technology, future tech we're still waiting for, and our thoughts on AirPower and Apple's new battery cases.