Computers are becoming increasingly digital, and some of the technology powering them is also transforming the way we live our lives.
That’s why Apple and Microsoft are both expanding their digital offerings with their latest products.
While most people have the option of buying a physical Apple device, or an Intel-based computer, they are more likely to choose a smartphone.
The new iPad, Apple’s latest tablet, is designed to streamline the digital life while still providing an experience that is familiar to most of us.
Google’s Pixel phone is a $100 smartphone that offers an experience comparable to a high-end laptop, but it doesn’t have the same battery life or support for Google’s camera or camera-like technology.
But the company says its Pixel 2 smartphone, a device it launched last month, is a better overall smartphone than the Pixel, which is now available for only $100.
And Apple’s new MacBook Pro, which comes with the new 12-inch, 10-inch and 9-inch models, is also a better value than the MacBook Air.
With the new iPhones and iPads, Apple and the other major players are offering customers a way to stay connected with friends and family.
With a new Apple TV, Apple is offering a way for users to stream video, and with Google’s Google TV service, Apple has made it easier for Google users to watch videos on the web, with a mobile app that works with Android smartphones.
Apple is also taking a more aggressive approach to expanding its digital offerings, with new digital accessories and a new version of its iMac desktop computer.
For example, it introduced a new keyboard for the iMac, which was designed for use in a tablet.
Apple also announced a new iPad Pro with Retina display and a revamped Apple Watch.
But these advances, along with new software that can run on any Mac or PC, have also made it possible for companies like Google to make more money from their digital products.
That is not always good for consumers, but consumers’ desire for more digital content is rising, and that is a big part of why Apple is now making the most of its digital presence.