Apple’s Biggest Mistake: No Home Networking Product

Don't look at the camera bumps in the latest iPhone or the lack of stability in macOS Catalina to find Apple's biggest mistake. Apple's biggest mistake right now is skipping the home network market. Period. Here is why. Google's home networking product Following Google's announcements this week, besides their Pixel 4 new smartphone, something caught... Continue Reading →

On iPhone 11 Pro in Rome

Here is something that I rarely do here, a link post. I want to share an excellent article from the well known Frederico Viticci writting for MacStories.net. The article summaries the experience of using an iPhone 11 Pro to take photos in Rome. Pictures are breath taking to say the least. Here is a thought... Continue Reading →

Still Relevant Today

https://youtu.be/A8dUExqjNog I hope you chose to look at the clip before reading the following observations. It is not too late, come back later for my observations. I took out a few powerful words from this clip which are: Back to the basics. Greats products. Great marketing. Great distribution. Not enough focus. Much simpler. Much better.... Continue Reading →

More Observations from Processing RAW Images on iOS 13

There are many mysteries surrounding RAW image handling on iOS. This weekend I experienced a few of them. Here are a few tidbits of information that you might like to know. Capturing Fall Colors This weekend I went out to capture fall colors in a small regional mountain park in Mont Saint-Hilaire, near Montreal, Canada.... Continue Reading →

Me, a MacBook Pro and an Inconvenient Truth

In recent days, unexpectedly, at my work, I got a chance to replace my perfectly fine Windows laptop from HP with a controversial 2017 MacBook Pro, from Apple. Did I make the right choice? Here is an inconvenient truth. A controversial keyboard, a controversial touchbar A poisened gift? The story is simple. One of my... Continue Reading →

Looking Back

It’s been close to a year since I came back here as an assumed blogger. Looking back and thinking about my achievements. All in all, I’m quite happy with my experience. I found my niche. I’m happy about my growing audience too. I do it to express my creativity and my opinions about subjects I... Continue Reading →

The Risky Business of Installing Apple’s Beta Releases [Updated]

I've been on the beta of iOS for as long as Apple offered them to the general public. I never had an issue with installing new beta releases. Yes, I had issues while using them, that is another matter. But, installing beta over and over, nope. Until yesterday. Here is my short story about the... Continue Reading →

Pixelmator Photo Getting Serious

Pixelmator Photo new features Following the recent update of Pixelmator Photo, I had a chance to play with it. From what I'm seeing, this photo editing app for iPadOS is getting really serious. Now fully supporting iPadOS 13, this update brings quite a few notable features. Importing RAW images from the document browser Support for... Continue Reading →

iPhone 11 Pro Compared to a 100 MP Camera

Unedited photo taken with telephoto camera of the iPhone 11 Pro. How do you think an iPhone 11 Pro compares to a $13,000 camera capable of producing 100 megapixels RAW images? Do you think it is a bad idea to even consider comparing both of them? Well, maybe not as Josh Rossi recently wrote for... Continue Reading →

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