In the latest Apple Crime Blotter, Mike Lindell sues the FBI over his seized iPhone, a mayor's security detail stops a robbery near an Apple Store, and "The iPhone Man" is charged as part of a Minneapolis racketeering case.
Millions of people are experimenting with ways to save a few bucks here, and changing iPhone can be a good option for some. This is what happened when one AppleInsider writer downgraded from their iPhone 13 Pro Max to the iPhone SE 3.
Samsung's February notebook launches include the Galaxy Book3 Pro 14, featuring a Dynamic AMOLED display and a 13th-gen Intel processor. This is how it stacks up against Apple's counterpart, the new M2-based 14-inch MacBook Pro.