// July 7, 2017, 10:47 AM PST
Jules isn't the only one who's tired of that debate.
Lionsgate Home Entertainment
Help is (finally) on the way from Apple's same-day screen-fixer machine.
Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment
Does the new smart speaker look a little like a roll of toilet paper? A lot of people think so.
@realTh_Mueller via Twitter
Okay, InterWebs, we get it: You really, really miss your headphone jack!
Apple admits to going in the wrong direction with the desktop's tubular design, and says it's "completely rethinking" the line.
You know they're watching you -- and their patents -- like hawks. Or seagulls, whichever the case may be.
Buena Vista Pictures
You gotta admit, it looks like the boy's onto something.
It's hard to tell sometimes.
20th Century Fox Home Entertainment
Sometimes primal-scream therapy helps.
Warner Home Video
No, the wireless earbuds aren't the easiest things to keep track of...
Paramount Home Entertainment
You know you'd buy one. Or three.
You don't judge Android users. Much.
Okay, so maybe iCloud isn't impenetrable...
True, but that's just how people did things "a long time ago" before the introduction of the iPhone 7.
Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment
Remember: Not even the Enterprise's shields are foolproof.
Paramount Home Video
WWDC critics are nothing if not consistent.
The Genius Bar is not repealing and replacing.
Where Apple goes, the tin-foil hats follow.
Cheers! A heckuva way to mark a milestone birthday -- and promote a good cause.
ME.ME/Lionsgate Home Entertainment
Sheldon speaks the truth -- and "every self-respecting iPhone owner" should listen.
What we mean is, slow down ... and let someone else install the brand-new iOS.
Admit it: You can get a little like Liam Neeson in Taken when you hear someone disparage the company that Steve Jobs built.
Let the haters hate.
Now that they're in graphic-novel form you really have no excuse.
The first time we cut the cable cord in favor of streaming our minds were blown, too.
Now the wearable is hot.
Tribune Media Services
Joal Ryan thinks Pokemon Go is a plot.
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