The aftermath of yesterday’s amazing Apple Event continues:
- How much storage will that 4K video you’re shooting on the iPhone 6s take up? We tell you
- There are some nice bonuses to having the M9 motion coprocessor built into the A9 system on a chip in the iPhone 6s series
- A really great game controller for your new Apple TV will be coming out in October
- FiftyThree updates the popular — and free — Paper app
The text edition is back (see below) and our video is now in landscape orientation!
RESCUECOM says Dell has seen improvement this year — from being one of the worst performers in prior years, while HP’s reliability score continues to drop. Amazon is missing due to a drop in popularity of its tablets, while Microsoft ranks in the median due to its production of the Surface tablet.
While IBM/Lenovo had been gaining ground on Apple and Samsung, its score did not increase as much as either of theirs, keeping it in third place. The middle rankings belong to Microsoft and Asus, a familiar spot for Asus and Microsoft’s first inclusion in the report.
RESCUECOM calculates reliability scores by contrasting a manufacturer’s market share of computers and tablets to the number of tech support calls for those devices. IBM/Lenovo’s grade is a “B+,” Microsoft’s is a “B,” Asus is a “C+,” Dell’s a “C,” Toshiba’s a “C-,” Acer’s a “D,” and HP’s an “F.”