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.
Glenn and Susie are intrigued by the rumor that Apple is making lightweight versions of iOS 9 for older iPhones and iPads. We also congratulate Sir Jony Ive on his new job title.
Developers will be able to access the Watch's built-in sensors for better apps and much less time waiting for data to be sent from your iPhone.
Could side-by-side apps, or even multiple views of the same app, be enough to shake the iPad line out of its recent sales slump?
Glenn and Susie are joined by Roman Loyola and Caitlin McGarry to talk about those apps that deliver all kinds of goods and services to your door. Are they lifesavers, or are they ruining everything?
The dream of controlling HomeKit-certified devices from your iPhone or Apple Watch isn't a reality just yet. But Apple says the first devices are on their way soon.
Glenn and Susie discuss whether it's smart to put betas of iOS and OS X on your everyday devices. Plus, we praise our experience with the new MacBook and gripe about early Apple Watch apps.
Some feel a little more 1.0 than others, but you're stuck with all 20 whether you like 'em or not.
Once you set it up using your iPhone, your Apple Watch can make contactless payments all on its own.
Glenn, Susie, and Caitlin all have their Apple Watches...and plenty of opinions about them. We praise some things, complain about others, and try to explain what it all means for you.
The Apple Watch's little annoyances are harder to ignore than the iPhone's, iPad's, and Mac's, because you're wearing them right on your wrist.
Glenn and Susie talk about the Apple Watch's weird launch, and iFixit CEO Kyle Wiens drops by to discuss ripping one apart at the seams.
The Apple Watch will be more useful when it delivers the right notifications in a font size you can read, with haptic feedback that doesn't make you jump out of your chair.