Giant iPhone has two-day battery, better camera, massive screen and much-improved ergonomics
The consumer group Which? chooses its top 50 gadets of the year, from cheap and cheerful to high end
With its iPhones, watches and forthcoming smart glasses, Apple’s gadgets are increasingly becoming extensions of our minds and bodies. It’s the big tech dream – but could it turn into a nightmare?
By Alex Hern
Illustration by Steven Gregor
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Expensive PC-replacement tablet gains improved cameras, lidar and full mouse support, but it’s the software that’s king
Good sound, battery and noise cancelling, with attractive design and Apple’s H1 chip with Siri and cross-device connectivity