With just a little bit of setup, you can protect yourself against losing your documents, photos, and other important files, even if your phone goes missing or your computer breaks down.
While my Wi-Fi advice has largely held up over the past couple of years, technology never stands still, and so I thought it was time to bring that story up to date.
While I love that Windows and MacOS let you juggle a dozen apps at once, it’s easy to get overwhelmed by all those open windows, or to waste time reshuffling and resizing them all.
Setting up a pair of AirPods is so simple—just open the case, tap “Connect” on your phone, and plug them in your ears—that you can easily miss all of the extra features and customizations they offer.
While I’m not going to argue that budget earbuds are just as good—or even almost as good—as the AirPods Pro, the differences aren’t as dramatic as you might think given the gulf in cost between them.