There has been a lot of debate over Apple’s decision to throttle older iPhones to maintain battery life at the sacrifice of performance. Man, myself included, feel this is a very intelligent solution to a very real problem plaguing smartphones today. Others, however, feel the opposite demanding functionality to reverse this change made by Apple. With iOS 11.3, users now have the ability to turn off throttling.
Android Wear 2.0 was supposed to be a major improvement for those users still supporting the Wear platform. There were many excellent additions and updates made. However, one major bug that was introduced with Wear 2.0 causes Google Now/Assistant reminders to disappear immediately after being triggered. There is a fix, but it comes with a caveat.