But at least you get to actually use your iPhone's features, rather than enabling Airplane Mode and frantically searching for a power outlet.
El Capitan might not have a million new features, but the ones it does have should remove a lot of friction in your daily digital life.
Public betas of OS X and iOS 9 are coming next month, but developers just got new versions of those, plus watchOS 2.
This pocket-sized gizmo packs a 20.2-megapixel sensor, shoots in RAW, and accommodates microSD cards up to 128GB.
You can still reserve a Watch online, but you can make the actual purchase in person, shortening wait times.
This kid-friendly tablet has a Web browser hand curated by education experts, and Imagicard games combine digital and physical experiences.
The comedy skit that delighted the crowd at WWDC 2015 can now be seen on YouTube.
Got Apple Watch questions? Come on in.
Glenn and Susie start discussing the WWDC keynote, but they have so much to say they only get through iOS 9 and watchOS 2. Tune in next week for the rest!
Apple's products are so tightly integrated that it's crucial no piece is rushed out before it's ready...but it's frustrating for Apple fans to have to wait.
Glenn and Susie are joined by Greenbot's Florence Ion to discuss the most exciting things Google announced at its own developers conference, and what we'd like to hear about at WWDC.
Fantastical 2 lets you check your upcoming appointments, and even add new ones with voice commands and natural language processing.
Apple fans can control Insteon's entire product line right alongside any other HomeKit certified device, thanks to Insteon's $150 HomeKit hub.
Break out the popcorn and maybe the shot glasses. It's worth it to see our favorite tech titans played by unknown actors, as the soundtrack pounds and the narrator intones.
Unlimited photo storage, yay! Cardboard virtual reality headsets, hmmm.