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Past articles by Christian:

Apple iPhone 13 Buying Guide: Everything You Need to Know

Apple just made the iPhone 13 series official. Here's everything you need to know about the design, specs, features, and price. → Read More

Apple App Store developer earnings grew 24% in 2020, according to study

According to a new study by Analysis Group, the App Store facilitated a massive $643 billion in billings and sales during 2020. → Read More

These are our favorite new Android 12 features so far

The Android 12 beta is here, finally giving us a good look at what Android 12 will eventually look like. Here are our favorite Android 12 features so far. → Read More

You Really Should Pay Crazy Money For an iPad Magic Keyboard

The iPad Pro's Magic Keyboard is way overpriced. But if you have the cash to spend and want a great keyboard, it's still easily the way to go. → Read More

The reason to buy a new iPad Pro is the display, not the M1 chip

The 2021 12.9-inch iPad Pro has a new M1 chip and a Liquid Retina XDR display. Ultimately, however, only one of those things are worth buying the iPad Pro for. → Read More

The iPhone 13 Doesn't Need an M1, It Needs These 7 Things

Some rumors indicate that Apple could bring the M1 chip to the iPhone -- but it doesn't need an M1 chip. It needs these seven things instead. → Read More

5 ways the iPad Pro is still better than a MacBook

The MacBook Air and MacBook Pro are very capable laptops, especially with the new M1 chip -- but the new iPad Pro is capable too. In some ways, it's better. → Read More

Apple Watch Series 7 design leak shows new colors, flattened shape

The Apple Watch Series 7 may get a fairly large design refresh, if new leaks are to be believed. The renders show flat edges and new colors. → Read More

The Qualcomm Snapdragon 778G brings premium features to a cheaper chip

Qualcomm has announced yet another 7-series chip, in the form of the Qualcomm Snapdragon 778G. The chipset offers a triple ISP, improved performance, and more. → Read More

Apple iPad Pro 12.9-inch (2021) Review: The Best Gets Better

Apple's iPad Pro was already considered the best tablet you could get -- but in 2021, it gets even better thanks to the M1 chip and Mini LED display. → Read More

Apple iPad Pro 12.9-inch (2021) Review: The Best Gets Better

Apple's iPad Pro was already considered the best tablet you could get -- but in 2021, it gets even better thanks to the M1 chip and Mini LED display. → Read More

Android 12 Beta 1: Should I Install It, or wait?

The first beta of Android 12 is finally here, allowing developers and brave users to test out the next-generation operating system. But should you install it? → Read More

Android at Google I/O 2021: Everything New

After a few months of Developer Previews, the Android 12 Beta program is here. Here's everything new in Android 12 that Google announced at Google I/O 2021. → Read More

Google Maps is getting improved Live View navigation, more detailed map data

Google has announced a series of updates to Maps at Google I/O 2021, including a better Live View and a more detailed map in 50 more cities. → Read More

We can all explore Zimbabwe on Google Maps Street View, thanks to one person

Google Maps' Street View offers detailed views of some of the most beautiful landscapes in Zimbabwe -- and it's all thanks to one man. → Read More

Google Pixel 6 leak shows a radically different design and a third camera

The Google Pixel 6 may mark an all-new design for the Pixel series. Leaker Jon Prosser has published renders of what he claims are the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro. → Read More

7 Things You Didn't Know Your Google Pixel Phone Could Do

The Google Pixel series of phones have long offered an excellent software experience. Here are seven things you didn't know your Pixel phone could do. → Read More

Future Motorola phones could wirelessly charge from up to 30 feet away

Motorola and GuRu have announced a new partnership that could see future Motorola phones leverage GuRu's truly wireless charging technology. → Read More

How Many Apps Did Apple Reject In 2020? It's a Hefty Number

Apple maintains tight control over the App Store, in an effort to keep users safe. In fact, the company rejected a hefty 1 million apps in 2020. → Read More

Apple AirTag Review: Tracker Leverages Billions of Devices

Apple AirTags are finally here. AirTags leverage Apple's massive ecosystem of products, and easily help you keep track of items like your keys. → Read More