On iPad Intuitiveness (Again)

iPad intuitiveness is the source of eternal debate. One might ask: If the iPad is more intuitive than the Mac, why is it more difficult to use overall? Good question. Well, Gruber offers an interesting view on this subject. Source of constant debate Daring Fireball Again, my criticism about iPadOS has little to do with... Continue Reading →

This picture was taken in Hawaii, last summer. In this cemetery, the very big tree (far in the background) and the cross on the grave in the foreground are the subjects. In this photo processing session, I wanted to change the mood of the scene and give it a more spooky look. I like the... Continue Reading →

My 10 Years of iPad

My first iPad. Dear iPad, you've come a long way. You were not perfect. You lacked a USB port. Most of your apps were "blown up" iPhone apps. Yet, I fell in love with you instantly. Here is a brief summary of my 10 years of iPad. The intro Apple's keynote with Steve Jobs introducing... Continue Reading →

Photo taken during my long walk outside this past weekend with dear friends. Sometimes I feel Canada should get a new name: Winter. I loved this tree standing there. I knew I could do something about this scene. See the previous edition of Photo Legend here.

On Adding (Real) Mouse Support on iPadOS

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 →

The iPhone of the Decade for me

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 →

On Apple Archives and Memories

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 →

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