Coming very soon: new iPhones, AirPods, Watches and more

It's going to be an exciting fall with a slew of new products from Apple, including new iPhones, Apple Watches, AirPods and more.

There may even be a few surprises.

-- Leander Kahney, EIC.

The next couple of months could prove very exciting for Apple fans, with Cupertino planning a whole bunch of big product releases before the year is out.

This week is all about showing the Mac a little love. From a kick-ass utility for managing windows to an all-in-one customer management system, each Mac app offers a great way to put your computer to work.

Amid the mechanical keyboard mania that has gamers and others clickety-clacking all over the place, gaming provider Razer has unleashed Keycap Upgrade Sets and a selection of wrist rests to add color and style to your trusty old keeb.

SwitchEasy just kicked off its Back to School sale, giving you 15% off its wide range of iPhone cases, new MagSafe mounts, and more.

HBO Max plans to fix its buggy Apple TV app “within days,” while other platforms will see big fixes before the end of the year. Users have been plagued by issues that affect playback control, subtitles, and general usability. Executives insist they aren’t blind to the problems, and a major overhaul for all platforms is […]

Dashlane released a new macOS version of its password manager on Monday. This is a surprise because its developer announced last year that the Mac app was being replaced with web access. And the iPhone version was updated with smarter search and other improvements. Dashlane for Mac is back In late 2020, Dashlane told customers […]

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Redditor MacSources, aka Nicholas Calderone, is a photographer, writer, editor and co-founder of He runs a Mac mini at the center of his formidable dual-monitor computer setup. The workstation’s audio and storage components seem particularly epic.

Note: A 3D print of a similar iPad stand can be downloaded for free from Thingiverse.

One more thing ...

"When you're young, you look at television and think, there's a conspiracy. The networks have conspired to dumb us down. But when you get a little older, you realize that's not true. The networks are in business to give people exactly what they want." -- Steve Jobs.

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