My iPhone 11 Pro was utterly useful during that trip Here is a selection of what I think are my best iPhone pictures of my trip to Cuba and Havana. Montage was done with Adobe Spark Post. You can read my review of Adobe Spark Post here. In the coming weeks, I’ll publish an album... Continue Reading →
Photo by Harpal Singh on Unsplash Jason Snell of MacWorld writing about adding real mouse support on iPadOS: "While some will consider the mere possibility of adding a mouse or trackpad to an iPad to be sacrilege, I prefer to see it as an additional option that can improve the iPad's flexibility in certain circumstances."Jason snell Mouse support, really?... Continue Reading →
I recently came across this 512pixels.net post about the iPhone of the decade. To my surprise, they selected the iPhone 6, 6 Plus. In summary: in 2016, Apple introduced two important things in the iPhone franchise: bigger screen iPhone and choice in screen size and features. Sure, the iPhone 6 propelled iPhone sales to a... Continue Reading →
The (Unofficial) Apple Archive is an important contribution to our collective memories I don't remember where I found out about the (Unofficial) Apple Archives web site but after spending a minutes browsing it, It revived sweet memories. I see an important problem these days about our technological world: our collective numeric memory is very easy... Continue Reading →
https://youtu.be/UxapcquSZxs Benjamin Mayo demonstration of iOS 13 text selection compared to iOS 12 Benjamin Mayo, a well-known writer for 9to5Mac, published a very enlighting YouTube video on iOS 13 text selection problems. This video shows a few simple tasks involving text selection in iOS 13 compared to iOS 12. From this video, we can conclude... Continue Reading →
Another scene from Havana street from my trip in Cuba to celebrate the new year. Let’s try to imagine what these houses really looked like before the revolution. They are reminiscent of Spain, a country that I visited many times. A country that I really enjoy.
From the street of Havana, Cuba, here is an heavily processed shot with Lightroom and Snapseed. The latter can be very useful at creating effects that can add visual value to the picture.
In 2019 Apple made a significant push into services and fixed many problems with its Mac product lines. The iPhone line got a refresh and brought back some delight. Software quality though as not improved. Here are my wishes for Apple this year. Software quality Photo by Przemyslaw Marczynski on Unsplash Let’s begin with software... Continue Reading →
This very short clip shows the "before and after" look of a processed picture from a building in Havana during my last vacation trip. This abandoned housing building looked pretty creepy, but I felt I could make it really spooky. It was fascinatingly standing out of its surroundings. As you can see, a seemingly dull... Continue Reading →