The device that saved Apple and made the company what it is today is now officially part of the company’s past
Bodily autonomy, the shield of religion, and the culture of sexism that continues to marginalize the women of this country
The explosion of podcasts, the decline of reading books, and the shift in the way that we consume captivating literature
As it transforms from flagship killer to flagship maker, the company finds itself in an unusual position: without a distinctive identity
Apple’s next big thing isn’t a hardware product
Endless swiping has taken its toll on the way we view each other and relationships as a whole
Apple's newest iPhone is equal parts old, new, and uninspired
Adapting to an increasingly mobile-driven world
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