A computer stand is not the most exciting accessory, but Satechi has made one for the Mac mini that is both useful and rather stylish.
Spectre was named Apple’s iOS app of the year earlier this month, and a quick test of the AI-powered long-exposure camera lens reveals why.
Episode eight of the Morning Show goes back in time, and gives a good insight into how the various characters came to be where they are now.
Football Manager 2020 Mobile, available on iOS, is a highly-powered version of the hugely popular sports simulator game series.
Andrew has spent the past couple of weeks testing and using Adobe’s Photoshop for iPad. He was happy that it uses Sign In with Apple.
Last month Andrew reviewed an iOS photo printing app. Now it’s time to review one for Mac photo printing called Mimeo Photos.
Photos look different on your screen than they do printed out. Motif is one such service to print iPhone photos, and Andrew tried it out.
Ekster recently sent Andrew a smart wallet called the Senate cardholder. He thinks it’s good for his Apple Card. Here are his thoughts.
Mario Kart Tour brings classic courses and characters to iPhone and shows how games should be converted from game consoles to mobile devices.
There is a lot I like about the Tivoli Go Fonico wireless earbuds, but some Bluetooth glitchiness sometimes lets them down.
Projection is a shadow-based adventure game on Apple Arcade, that is beautiful, challenging and gripping in equal measure.
Possessions, a unique puzzle game with a spin!
Spaceland is a cool sci-fi shooter/strategy/action game as part of Apple Arcade. Andrew has been playing it for a week and he likes it.
LEGO Brawls is good, silly, fun and an excellent start to Apple Arcade – join a team and work to capture or hold the flag for your side.
It’s easy to learn and hard to master; each game takes roughly 20 minutes; it has a beautiful and mesmerizing music machine for a soundtrack; it absolutely has that just-one-more quality. In short, it’s a great game and a terrific reason to subscribe to Apple Arcade.
Breadcrumb is a tracking device that you can carry with you when you go camping or hiking, or place it with an item you won’t want to lose.
Launched last week, the Yubico 5Ci is the first security key with a Lightning connector. The company sent Andrew one for review.
The AirSnap Twill case by Twelve South was announced just a couple weeks ago, and the company kindly sent Andrew one to review.
Keep on the lookout for these IKEA-designed Sonos speakers, coming August 1, 2019. If you’ve got Sonos in your home already, this is a great way to add more. If you haven’t yet opened your doors to Sonos, here’s a very affordable way to do exactly that, while adding some style in the process!