We give you some advice and an overview not only for Apple devices, but also for accessories that play along. As there are lots of different devices, we pick those that fulfil one of the most important criteria: stability. There may be cheaper alternatives, but we don’t like it if a device wastes our time, and so we don’t waste yours only to show you a good price.
Only a few products earn our recommendation.
The products we pick are well-engineered and a bit better than the competition. Sometimes you know them, sometimes we find something from an unknown manufacturer. One thing we assure you, however, and that is that they work and make you life easier. Because technology should work for you, not the other way around.
Which iPhone to buy?
We show you the iPhone models in detail. No matter if you need the most powerful one, because you would like to have a nice replacement for your DSLR, or if just want the phone with the best battery life.
We show you the advantages and disadvantages of the iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, iPhone XR and the most current iPhone SE.
Which Mac to buy?
Which USB-C / Thunderbolt cable to buy?
Choosing the right USB-C or Thunderbolt cable can be a bit more complicated than you expect. We sorted the best cables in categories, so can make a fast choice for your usage scenario.
Which Monitor to buy?
We tell you the important characteristics of different models, not matter if you need Apples 6K monitor, a good 5K monitor or a more affordable 4K model. You don’t need that high of a resolution and want to save some money? We can show you good display models that are worth buying.
Which Synology NAS to buy?
We tell you which Synology NAS is best for your use case. There are beginner models with one space for one hard drive (which might be enough already for very important use cases) and models, that house two or more hard drives.
A Synology NAS is a great replacement for the Apple Server Software, that Apple removed almost every feature from. If need a central storage for your company, these NAS systems are the way to go.
Which MacBook to buy?
We tell you the specific characteristics of all MacBooks. Do you want to crunch numbers all day? Don’t get a MacBook Air. Would you love to do some extensive graphic work? Then go with the 16″ MacBook Pro. Read on to know what is best for you.
Which iMac to buy?
We tell you the specific characteristics of all iMacs. There are small ones, even without retina display, and huge and fast 27″ models, that almost reach the performance of an iMac Pro. The iMac is still Apples best computer as we find. Some find it boring, but it is quite the opposite and machine you want, if you want your work done and technology in the background.
Which Apple Watch to buy?
We tell you the difference between Series 3 and Series 5: You may only need a good smart watch for your sports activities or you may have a need for a medical device that monitors your heart. In any case, both currently by Apple offered Apple Watch options are awesome.
Which iPad to buy?
We show you the iPad details you should consider when buying. In the current lineup, Apple offers a simple iPad, a more advanced iPad Air and two iPad Pro models. Do you like to draw on your iPad? Check out the differences between Apple Pencil 1 and 2.
Which 10 Gbit Switch to buy?
We show you the best Switches for 2.5 – 10 Gbit copper as well as SFP and SFP+ fiber models.
Which external hard drive for Mac to buy?
We show you good external drives and SSDs for you Mac.
Which HomeKit Security Camera to buy?
We show you the best HomeKit cameras that bring more security to your home.
Which backup program for the Mac to buy?
We show you the three best backup programs for your Mac. There is Time Machine from Apple, of course, but if you need more options and more security, then an additional software is a must to keep your data safe.
Which Modem, Router or Access Point to buy?
We picked the best internet access devices for you.