We shouldn’t let Apple turn headphones into expensive, disposable products because of bad battery design
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Apple's expected to announce new phones with better cameras, but can they woo more people to upgrade?
SOUTH HAMPTON, N.H. (AP) — A New Hampshire man got a big surprise as he went to close up his iPad. A bat was wedged between the back of the device and its cover and bit his finger.
What happens to gadgets when you’re done with them? Too often, they explode.
Apple chief executive Tim Cook apologized to customers Thursday for not being clear that the company slows down phones with aging batteries. Cook promised that, in the future, Apple will "give users more visibility into the health of their iPhone's battery" and let people see if their battery's age affects their phone's performance.
The connection readers have with a book has transformed from holding a physical copy in their hands to that of viewing pages of copy on a digi…