Apple unveiled the Apple Watch Series 2 at yesterday's keynote event alongside the iPhone 7 lineup with improvements to speed and capability, and also bumped up the specs of the original Apple Watch all while re-branding it the Apple Watch Series 1.
But is the second-generation Apple Watch everything you were hoping for? Let us know in this poll whether or not you'll be ordering one.
There are two new iPhones in Apple's iPhone lineup: the iPhone 7 and the iPhone 7 Plus. Both are power-houses, but each has its differences. With that in mind, we're curious about what iPhone configuration you're planning to buy.
Apple's newly-unveiled iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus are truly stunning in visual appeal and new features, and many of you are undoubtedly going to be either pre-ordering this Friday or lining up at your local stores to try and get one when they're available.
Pangu released the first jailbreak for iOS 9.3.3 last week, following a huge lull in the jailbreak community that left many with lost hope and the decision to just rock a stock device from here on out.
Nevertheless, those who love jailbreaking have already jailbroken their devices again, despite a lot of issues that were reported about the new jailbreak.
So now that a week has passed, what will you do - keep it, or update?
The jailbreak for iOS 9.2-9.3.3 has been out since last weekend, but it wasn't until Friday that Pangu got to launching an English version of the once Chinese-only jailbreak tool.
As we know many of you were holding out for an English jailbreak and for a few updates to the tool for stability, we're curious about whether or not you'll be making the jump now that the English tool is out.
Apple announced iOS 10 yesterday at the company's WWDC 2016 Keynote and awed the audience with some pretty neat new features.
Of course, the battle continues for those who want more control over their devices, and because of that, we want to know whether you're going to be updating to iOS 10 this Fall, or if you'll be keeping your iOS device(s) jailbroken on iOS 9 or earlier.
After closing its 'Let us loop you in' special event on Monday, Apple released iOS 9.3 to the public, along with OS X El Capitan 10.11.4, tvOS 9.2, and watchOS 2.2.
iOS 9.3 is a big update for iPhones, iPod touches, and iPads, and as a result, we're interested in learning whether or not the update was big enough for you to download on your daily drivers.
Just this week, Apple surprised us all with a major revision to iOS going into its first beta: iOS 9.3. The reason for the surprise? Apple also has a beta period running for iOS 9.2.1, which still hasn't been released to the public just yet. The new iOS beta was also followed by watchOS 2.2, tvOS 9.2, and OS X 10.11.4.
Like previously noted, this is no minor update, but a major revision to iOS. It comes with a variety of major new features, including the flagship feature Night Shift, which is a lot like the popular f.lux extension that changes the color temperature of your display after certain hours to work with your circadian rhythm to help you sleep better, the ability to pair multiple Apple Watches, new ways for developers to update to new betas, app improvements, and more.
But for those loyal to jailbreaking, is iOS 9.3 enough to lure you away from the freedom to do whatever you want with your iOS device?
There has been lot of talk lately about Apple's relentless pursue of engineering ever-thinner iPhones. A next-generation iPhone, for example, is said to be iPod touch-thin. As you know, the iPod touch actually has a poorer battery life than any iPhone model simply because it doesn't have the space for an iPhone-grade battery.
This is prompting some people to wonder if the iPhone 7 should just be as thick as the current iPhone 6s, or even a bit thicker, if that meant boosting its battery capacity for an improved run time.
This poll seeks to figure out if you'd be willing to trade thinness for battery life, or vice versa. So, would you prefer the iPhone 7 to be thinner or have a longer battery life?
With only a few hours left in 2015, we'd like to ask you to take a few seconds to take our poll and vote for your favorite Apple product of the year.
For relevancy reasons, we only take into account products that have seen a significant update, and we did not include accessories (sorry Smart Battery Case lovers) and peripherals.
Beats 1 launched on Apple Music nearly six months ago to much fanfare, but today, the service doesn't seem to garner as much interest as it first did back in June. I myself listened to Beats 1 a bit, but the novelty quickly wore off, and the multiple genres played all days just didn't sit well with my specific tastes in music.
I know I haven't listened to Beats 1 in weeks, possibly months, and I am curious to see if more people feel the same way as I do, hence this poll.
Twitter today said that it'll be rolling out the ability to embed custom polls in tweets to all users over the next few days.
Originally tested with a small subset of its user base, polls in tweets will permit everyone to interact with their followers and get the public's opinion on just about anything by embedding customized polls in tweets.
In addition, Twitter's Mac app will be getting a thorough revamp soon with a new dark mode alongside a bunch of new features borrowed from the mobile edition of the software, including in-line Vine and video playback, photos in Direct Messages and in-line replies and much more.