Don Reisinger, Fortune

Don Reisinger


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Recent articles by Don:

What to Expect From Google's Pixel 4 Event on Tuesday

Google will unveil its Pixel 4 on October 15. A new Google Nest, Pixelbook notebook, and Pixel Buds may also be coming. → Read More

Apple's Response to Hong Kong Protests Overshadows macOS Catalina Release

Apple's response to the Hong Kong protests has come under fire, macOS Catalina has launched, and an Apple-developed 5G iPhone modem could take awhile to launch. → Read More

Apple Is Selling Microsoft’s Xbox Wireless Controller. But What About Sony?

Apple is selling Microsoft's Xbox Wireless Controller, but why isn't the company also selling Sony's PlayStation 4 DualShock 4 controller? → Read More

Apple May Have One More Event in 2019. Here's What to Expect

Apple could announce new, noise-canceling AirPods, Tile-like trackers called Tag, and much more at its rumored October event. → Read More

Why Tesla Quietly Acquired DeepScale, a Machine Learning Startup That’s ‘Squeezing’ A.I.

Tesla has acquired an artificial intelligence company to build out its Autopilot business. Here's what to know about DeepScale. → Read More

Apple Has Already Updated Last Week's iOS 13 Update. Should You?

This week's Apple headlines include iOS 13.1, a possible new iPhone design in the works, and much more. → Read More

IPhone 11 Reaches Store Shelves. Will It Be a Hit Or a Dud?

Apple iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, and iPhone 11 Pro Max reached stores on Friday as did the Apple Watch Series 5. → Read More

These Are the Cheapest iPhone 11 Wireless Plans

Find out which major carrier–Verizon, Sprint, T-Mobile, or AT&T–has the best deal. Alternative carriers including Visible, Boost Mobile, and Cricket Wireless are also evaluated. → Read More

Apple Analysts Sound Off on iPhone 11 Demand

Apple analysts forecast preorders of iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, and iPhone 11 Pro Max. The reality could have a big impact on Apple's stock. → Read More

iPhone 11 Price Suggests Trump Trade War Doesn’t Worry Apple

Apple's iPhone 11 is cheaper than its predecessor, iPhone XR, despite pending tariffs. → Read More

Apple iPhone 11: Cost, When You Can Get It, Features, and More

Apple unveiled its iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, and iPhone 11 Pro Max. But are they worth the price? → Read More

Is the iPhone Upgrade Program Worth It?

Apple's iPhone Upgrade Program is billed as a cheaper and easier way to buy new iPhones. What do they numbers say? → Read More

Apple iPhone 11 Event: How to Watch, Stream Tim Cook Keynote Live Online

Apple is expected to unveil the iPhone 11 and a new Apple Watch Series 5 on September 10, 2019. Here's how to watch the event. → Read More

Want to Upgrade Your iPhone? Here Are the Best and Worst Times to Sell or Trade in Your Old One

There are plenty of places to sell or trade in your iPhone. A recent study reveals when you should—and shouldn't—trade in your old Apple device to get the most in return. → Read More

Apple’s Planned iPhone Unveiling Overshadows Other Big News

Apple announced an event for September 10 this week along with addressing a number of other issues like battery repairs and Siri privacy. → Read More

Apple Sends Invites for Sept. 10 Event. Here’s What to Expect

As expected, Apple is holding its iPhone 11 event on Sept. 10. But the company could discuss far more than the iPhone. → Read More

A New Apple Program Wants to Make More iPhone Repair Shops Near You

The program sidesteps concerns of Right to Repair advocates, who think people should be able to fix their tech at home. → Read More

Why Tesla’s Planned China Price Hikes Shouldn’t Worry Investors

Tesla plans to increase its prices in China. But should investors worry? Most analysts don't think so. → Read More

Apple Opts Out of Saving Siri User Recordings by Default

Siri's evaluation policy separates itself from Alexa, Cortana, and Google by disabling the saving of voice recordings by default. → Read More

Apple’s Quiet Summer Will Soon Give Way to New iPhones, Macs, and More

Apple has a busy fall ahead, with new iPhones, new iPads, and new Macs planned. But will they be enough to attract spend-weary customers? → Read More