Apple Store is down this morning. One week exactly before the next keynote. What does this mean? Well, Apple wants to clear the way for a more focused event by spitting out new hardware announcements before. Expected are updated AirPods, maybe the AirPower, update iPad at the low end. Maybe spec bumped iMac. We'll see... Continue Reading →

This is very cool and Apple is currently behind. Period. Here is something that I want to expose: journalism bias. Take this example from AppleInsider: Galaxy Buds easily beat Apple's AirPods but are years late to the game. What is wrong with this article title? Well, being late in the game is something Apple is... Continue Reading →

Every year, some are trying to read and decrypt the hidden messages in these posters. I'm reading: Darkmode in iOS. This is the time of the year where Apple shows us what is next for all their platforms. This year will certainly bring more answers (and questions!) regarding Marzipan. Meanwhile, feel free to read my... Continue Reading →

My Life. My Phone. My Privacy. Apple.

Great ad from Apple today. Non tech people will get it. I always thought that Apple could play the privacy card a lot more while promoting their products, their services. Their business model is partly built on maintaining privacy. Many people don't believe that. I do.

Shortcuts Archive from MacStories

Another great new content on MacStories, the Shortcuts archives. I'm not a big user of Apple's Shortcuts. I like the concept. I mostly like how it is implemented. But the burden on my memory is way to high. It is very hard for me to remember when a specific shortcut is needed or can help... Continue Reading →

The Next iMac

I'm using a 2017 iMac 21.5" screen iMac at home. I'm very happy with it. But I must admit that this design is getting a bit old. And one thing that I would like to see in the next revision of this design is the bezels to go thinner. Something along those lines. This mockup... Continue Reading →

It’s Show Time (Apparently)

Tune in on March 25th, 2019 @ 10:00 a.m. for the next Apple's special event. Widely expected this time is the rumored TV streaming and magazines subscription services. Don't expect too much out of this. I'm not even expecting a world wide roll out either. There is one thing that could prove to be a... Continue Reading →

Switching To, Switching From

As an IT guy profoundly passionate about Apple, I can tell you that I'm hearing those stories of people coming to the Mac or the reverse since maybe 1984. And then there are these stories about faulty keyboards since 2016 on the MacBook 12" (anyone buying these?), the MacBook Pro, etc. After a third generation... Continue Reading →

Siri Taking Shortcuts

Benjamin Mayo is writing a short piece "The Siri Shortcut" thet expose a few problems with the concept of Siri Shortcuts on iOS. Shortcuts require registration and administration to do anything at all with Siri. The user has to pre-emptively search out every command available in a certain app and then add each in turn... Continue Reading →

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