Stephen Hackett writing on 512Pixels about Marzipan apps on the Mac: I hope for some improvements, but I think the truth is that these apps are going to feel weird compared to old-fashioned AppKit ones. Marzipan apps don't have to look weird. Apple has to try harder. The technology is new and it will take... Continue Reading →
While on the plane to Cancun, Mexico, Apple devices were all over the place. iPad were everywhere: from older iPad Air to the latest 13” iPad Pro. A few years ago, people were using laptops for media consomption. Besides the iPad domination on this flight, the next popular device was the iPhone followed by AirPods... Continue Reading →
Jason Snell writing for Macworld in April 2019 issue: it seems pretty clear to me that macOS is in the process of turning into something that’s got a lot more in common with iOS than it does today. Every time you use an iOS device and your Mac and notice that the two platforms approach... Continue Reading →
This was a few while ago, just before leaving for our vacation in Cancun, Mexico. Winter didn't want to give up easily. I was having my daily walk at night and then this frozen tree caught my attention. This is where I decided to freeze the moment.
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I want an iPhone without the notch. Period. Otherwise this cannot be called a full screen device. Would love this to be an iPhone On this photo, this is not an iPhone. But, honestly, I would love this to be an iPhone. Why you might ask? Well, because I think the final step for the... Continue Reading →
Surveillance state is what comes to my mind at the time of the photo. I was standing there in the middle of the metro station. Looking up and seeing this kind of big eye looking at me, I had this idea. I chose to oppose this by pointing my own camera to this dangling thing.... Continue Reading →
Can you see this rock on the picture? Now look underneath... see? That is Los Angeles!!! This is how big an asteroid can be... now imagine this rock hitting the earth from outer space. No wonder why this could put life on earth in danger. So impressive and frightening at the same time.
Photo by Carlos Santiago on Unsplash Recovering your photos from your dead iPhone could be possible. Don’t let Apple deceive you. When asking about this kind of problem, they say they cannot do something about it. Why? Because according to this story from CBC by Alex Shprintsen, a trained molecular biologist stay-at-home mom is doing just that: recovering... Continue Reading →