How to watch today’s Apple iPhone 14 launch event online

If you’re wondering how to watch today’s Apple event, where the Cupertino company is set to launch the iPhone 14 lineup, the Apple Watch 8 and likely several other new products, then we’ve got you covered.

The event starts today, September 7, at 10am PT / 1pm ET / 6pm BST (or 03:00 EST on Thursday, September 8), and will be broadcast live from the Steve Jobs Theater at Apple Park in Cupertino, California.

How to sleep on a plane and wake up refreshed

Some people are able to sleep soundly as soon as the plane leaves the runway, while others struggle to sleep on a plane. With uncomfortable seats, no legroom and too much light, there’s a lot to contend with when it comes to falling asleep on a plane. Fortunately, there are things you can do to ensure you arrive at your destination well-rested.

Whether you want a nap on a short flight or want a full eight hours on a long-haul flight, we asked the experts how to go from waking to falling asleep on a plane without even thinking about it. Here, we’ll look at the common challenges we face when trying to sleep on a plane and share tips on how you can overcome them with just a few simple changes.

How to sleep on a plane: tips and products from experts

1. Use a great pair of earplugs to sleep

How to wash pillows in a washing machine without ruining them

Not sure if you can wash pillows in a washing machine? You are not alone. While many pillows are machine washable, this is not true of all pillow types, and there are certain rules to follow to ensure you don’t ruin them (especially important if you’ve invested in the best pillows for your sleep setup).

According to cleaning expert Robin Wilson, designer and founder of the lifestyle brand, Clean Design House (opens in new tab): “We spend a third of our lives sleeping, and since sleep is so important to our mental and physical health, we must ensure that this element of our bed is clean.”

MacTigr Keyboard Review |

Das Keyboard MacTigr: One-minute review

The Das Keyboard MacTigr mechanical keyboard is a high-performance, full-size keyboard built with the Apple user in mind. The MacTigr keyboard features metal construction, low-profile Cherry MX Red switches, and super-fast USB-C connectivity. The MacTigr keyboard incorporates keys with Apple command designs rather than Windows command designs, resulting in a keyboard that integrates incredibly well into Apple’s user environment.

The chassis features a durable aluminum unibody body that houses the keyboard components, as well as a stainless steel cover plate that can easily withstand years of abuse. Low-profile Cherry MX Red switches provide a pleasant, tactile feel to the user. The keys are rated for 100 million actuations (ahem, keystrokes), which statistically means you’ll never need to replace this keyboard.

VITURE One XR Glasses: Smart glasses, not so smart design

VITURE One XR Glasses: One-minute review

The VITURE One XR Glasses are like a portable projector for your face. Slap them on, connect them to a compatible smartphone, laptop, or games console and their full-HD OLED displays will virtually project a 120-inch screen before your eyes.

We say virtually project as onlookers won’t be able to see the screen floating in mid-air that you can see. Instead, these AR glasses provide you with a private personal home-cinema experience complete with surround sound – and you can take them anywhere you go.

AMD Ryzen 9 7950X review

AMD Ryzen 9 7950X: Two minute review

The AMD Ryzen 9 7950X is finally here, and it’s hard to argue that this isn’t the best consumer processor ever made. 

This is a big claim, and with Intel Raptor Lake quickly approaching, we’ll know soon enough if Team Blue is going to be able to counter a very resurgent AMD, but we are not going to sugar coat it: AMD has set the bar very high with the Ryzen 9 7950X, and Intel is going to be hard pressed to even keep pace with what this processor brings to the game.

AMD Ryzen 7 7700X review: the best processor for most people

AMD Ryzen 7 7700X: Two minute review

When it comes to AMD processors, the Ryzen 9s get all the love that isn’t lavished on Threadrippers, but you sleep on the AMD Ryzen 7 7700X at your peril, since it just might be the best AMD CPU ever produced for the masses.

The Ryzen 7000 series launch lineup includes the Ryzen 9 7950X, Ryzen 9 7900X, and Ryzen 5 7600X alongside the 7700X, but it’s the 7700X the looks to hit the sweet spot between performance, price, and efficiency that puts it at the top of the product stack in our estimation.

Lisbon Urbanist Review |

Urbanist Lisbon: One-minute review

Urbanista Lisbon offers active users another affordable option to meet their hearing needs during workouts (or when navigating a busy subway station during rush hour). For under $50 / £50 these true wireless headphones are certainly an attractive choice, especially in this time of rising inflation.

They are also quite unique. While many popular wireless headphones are in the running for the best audio Grammy or the best ANC Oscar, these running headphones improve other (dare we say, equally important) aspects of training headphones – i.e. battery life, tuning and call quality. Yes, call quality – anyone who has ever joined a Zoom meeting while on a treadmill or on a walk will agree. They then wrap it all up in a great-for-little-ears package that comes in vibrant colors, because it’s 2022, people: modern minimalistic and neutral colors are out, and big bold colors are in.

Henry Quick Review |

one minute review

The Henry brand, owned by Numatic, has long been recognized for its practical bagged vacuums, beloved by commercial and household cleaners. Builders and DIYers alike swear by its ability to handle all sorts of dust and debris without losing suction or blocking. And let’s not forget the pretty face. The personification of Henry (and Hetty, George, James, Charles and Harry) is pure marketing genius and something that helped ensure lifetime loyalty to the Henry brand.

The Henry Quick is Numatic’s first foray into the hotly contested wireless vacuum arena, and the pressure to bring something new and innovative to this overcrowded market is definitely there. Interestingly, the Henry Quick’s USP is its bag, or pod as it’s officially known – which might at first seem like a throwback. Back in 1993, in fact, when Dyson released the first bagless cylinder and the world and his wife quickly followed suit.

iPhone 14 review: A minor upgrade with some cool surprises

Two-minute review

It’s a little hard to get excited about an iPhone that features last year’s design, last year’s screen, and last year’s CPU, but taken on its own – out of the substantial shadow of the new iPhone 14 Pro – Apple’s new iPhone 14 looks like a pretty darn good smartphone.

Even though the iPhone 14 looks a lot like the iPhone 13, there are numerous upgrades under the hood that promise to deliver an improved experience overall.