Category: Gear / Products / Phones

October 25, 2020

4 Ways to Sell or Trade In Your Old iPhone

If you plan to upgrade to Apple’s new models, don’t forget to cash in on your old one.


by Scott Gilbertson in Gear
October 23, 2020

The Best iPhone 12 Deals (And Which Model to Pick)

From the Mini to the Pro, here are the differences among Apple’s latest models, and where you can score the best deals.


by Julian Chokkattu in Apples to Apples
October 21, 2020

Samsung Galaxy A71 5G Review: A Drab, but Reliable Phone

This unlocked mid-range smartphone is a reliable buy, even if it’s not all that exciting.


by Julian Chokkattu in Gear
October 20, 2020

Apple iPhone 12 Review: Solid, but Don’t Buy It Just for 5G

Apple’s new iPhone makes a good upgrade if you’re ready for your next phone.


by Lauren Goode in Gear
October 20, 2020

Apple iPhone 12 Pro Review: Apple’s Awkward Middle Child

Apple’s $1,000 phone sits in the awkward spot of not quite being the best phone. Nevertheless, it offers compelling upgrades.


by Julian Chokkattu in Gear
October 16, 2020

Do You Need a 5G iPhone? No, but You’re Getting One Anyway

This week, we discuss Apple’s new iPhone 12, from the inclusion of 5G in all four handsets, to the super-cute Mini model.


by Wired Staff in Gadget Lab Podcast
October 16, 2020

Google Pixel 5 Review: The Best Pixel Yet

By skipping all the quirky, Google-ly features of previous Pixels, the company’s latest phone is its most boring—and its best.


by Julian Chokkattu in Gear
October 15, 2020

Ring Ring! Our Favorite Landline Phones Are Calling

Smartphones have made our lives easier, but let’s face it: telephones used to be so much cooler.


by Medea Giordano in Gear
October 14, 2020

The iPhone 12 Ships Without a Charger. Will It Curb E-Waste?

Apple’s decision to skip the charger and EarPods sounds like a step that would reduce the company’s environmental footprint. But it’s not that simple.


by Julian Chokkattu in Gear
September 30, 2020

Everything Google Announced at Its Pixel Event

The company’s hardware launches aren’t as big as Apple’s—and we’re okay with that.


by Wired Staff in Gear