Have we all cut the cord? Plus, tech items we can't justify purchasing, Apple's new accessibility features, and how we wrangle SIMs and eSIMs when traveling.
Our computer mousing habits and devices, whether we signed up for the in-person portion of WWDC, our Apple Watch upgrade habits, and the iPods we've owned and count among our favorite models.
The tech we always travel with, things we hope seem slow in 30 years, Twitter's new Close Friends feature, and devices we own that we secretly wish would die.
The video conferencing cameras we use, how we'd change Siri's voice, whether we'd tackle an iPhone repair, and our plans (or lack thereof) for leaving Twitter.
Our charging situations, which collaborative workspaces we prefer, how we protect our digital privacy, and what we're watching on Apple TV+.
Capturing and editing video on iPhone & iPad, what we think about 8k video, how the Apple Watch's rumored health features would affect our purchasing decisions, and our thoughts on Apple using Shortcuts as a way to introduce new functionality.
Whether we'd put our trust in an Apple Bank, how we feel about editing tweets, our office chair situation, and Plex's new Universal Watchlist: yea or nay?
Our thoughts on the EU's plans for messaging interoperability, how we feel about smart implants and body modifications, when and why we choose websites over apps for certain services, and long overdue feature requests for products we use each day.
Big tech outages, our data backup strategies, the tech wisdom we'd impart to the masses, and the last time we felt out of our depth.
Our experience with game streaming services, our thoughts on Elden Ring, whether we order tech online or choose to pick it up, and the products we purchased from Apple's March event.