This is my introspection summary of my numeric life for May of 2021. While waiting for Apple's next WWDC conference. Read More on my Substack page.
In about a week from now, the iPad will go through its next pivotal moment. Here are my thoughts on this potentially historic moment.
I have found my definitive place to share my best photos. Here is a look behind the scene of my experience setting it up on Smugmug.
The iPhone 5 is probably one of the best iPhone design of all time. I found a way to pay a tribute to this beloved iPhone I once owned.
For many developers, Apple is holding innovation back because of its stance with the App Store. I don’t buy that argument. Here is why.
A locked Apple Watch Here is a short story of a bad Apple Watch experience. This story is a prime example that, sometimes, the Apple experience promise can easily be broken, for no obvious reasons. And when things go bad, they really do. My wife has two Apple Watch: a Series 3 that she wears... Continue Reading →
Let’s go straight to the point here: no Apple Music lossless for any kind of Apple wireless device (AirPods, including the Max, HomePod of any size). Spatial Audio with Dolby Atmos is the only feature you’ll get to hear on any wireless device from Apple. How this will affect the music listening experience remains to... Continue Reading →
The website pages before the end Nearly a year ago, I introduced my Numeric Citizen Visual Space, a website made with Universe, a website creation application running on iPhone, iPad and macOS. This space never really took off, never attracted traffic, probably because of the lack of a social network dimension to it. In retrospect,... Continue Reading →
Putting together the words “Apple” with “advertising business” feels weird and awkward to me. Put simply, Apple is somehow in the advertising business, albeit not at the scale of Facebook or Google, obviously. Apple’s business model is not about massively running or helping other companies running ads. Business lines need managers. That’s why Apple recently... Continue Reading →