Just for fun, I set my alarm for 2:45a ET and I decided to be the first kid on my block to get a brand new iPhoneX. What could go wrong? I know that Apple only has a few million phones available (October 27, 2017) and that the demand will be in the 10s of millions, but I’ve been here before. Two browser windows open (one Safari, one Chrome), two iPhones running the Apple Store app – I was ready at 2:56a ET and clicking refresh to make sure I was first into the online store.
My monthly “new iPhone every year” payment just joined my cable bill, my water bill, and my electric bill as grudge expenses. I hate paying them because the companies charge more and more for the same stuff, and there’s nothing I can do about it. Oh, and there's just one more thing ...
Shelly Palmer talks with Maggie Lake about the new iPhone X and what it might mean for Apple. Original Airdate: September 12, 2017
Have you ever been stumped by a homework assignment and needed help solving the problem? If your answer to this question is yes, help is a snapshot away. Shelly Palmer talks about homework apps like Socratic and Got It Study with Fox 5 anchors, Jennifer Lahmers and Sukanya Krishnan. Find out how these apps will turn your iOS or Android phone into a step-by-step aid for math, science, history, and English problems.
Proponents of the technology tout its convenience and the idea that you never have to remember your wallet or a password, ever again. While they are technically correct, chipping people invokes a train of thought that quickly descends to the darkest of places.