We’re gearing up for round two of our mega-roundup of iOS styluses here at Macworld; in the meantime, we’ve got a few quirky stylus accessories that didn't quite fit into a larger collection. The Woodees iPic Stylus is one of these outliers: From far away, the stylus resembles nothing more than your average guitar pick, but when you flip it around, you discover the Multi-Touch-enabled stylus nib hiding below. I’ve written up a full review of the iPic elsewhere on our website, but if you want to see it in action, check out this video.
In writing my review of the iPhone 4S I got to spend some time playing with the Siri voice-recognition engine. And so I made a video, so you could see it in person. It's embedded in the review itself, but I've also added it below as well as putting it in our (soon to be revived) Macworld Video podcast stream.
(Eagle-eyed readers will note a particularly unfortunate—albeit funny!—transcription error when the iPhone 4S tries to spell its own name. It was left in place in the interests of verisimilitude. Such is life in our science-fictional universe.)
It’s one thing to talk about iPad styluses; it’s quite another to see them in action. And so, in this Macworld video, I give a visual demonstration of the 12 styluses I reviewed elsewhere on Macworld.com.
I've had the iPad 2 for a week, and now it's time for the full review! Be sure it read it. But for those who like their reviews in video form, we've got you covered: I've also created a video version of my review of Apple's second-generation tablet device.