Apple's huge smartphone line-up, our most anticipated High Sierra features, how we feel about wireless charging our iPhones, and how much is too much to pay for a smartphone?
Paying attention to what apps ask for, our biggest speculation blunders, Apple event anticipation, and what type of content we take when we go offline.
What we'd like to see on a new Apple TV (if not 4K/HDR), whether or not we've cut the cord, our thoughts on Alexa and Cortana becoming besties, and what it takes for Apple to feature your photo on Instagram.
How our feelings have changed (or not) on HomePod, the security risks of robots, dealing with online backup services, and whether iOS releases should have nicknames.
Alternative messaging apps, rumors of an LTE Apple Watch, our primary news sources, and the surprising apps that we use on our phones.
Social media routines, what print-focused media companies are doing wrong and right in their transition to the digital age, apps we want on iPad, and iPhone rumors and the stress they cause.
Will voice-based interfaces really catch on, what we think of the "leaked" iPhone 8 icon, does anybody really want a smart watch, and what we use to keep ourselves organized.
How our desks are set up, will Apple build more products in the U.S., Google's Find My Friends competitor, and advanced medical devices that work with our smartphones.
3D Touch and Force Touch, Google Glass in factories, iMessage apps and stickers, and how social media has changed our news consumption.
Net neutrality, brain-training games, wireless charging, and our camera-filled future.