Tim Cook, CEO of Apple My love story with Apple started a long time ago. I’ve been an Apple enthusiast since 1982 when I started programming on an Apple II+ before moving to an Apple //e then on a //c. I’m considered an Apple fanboy by my friends, my colleagues and my family. They could... Continue Reading →
Apple Watch Series 6 Digital-only Apple Event Time did fly at the "Time Flies" Apple event. Compared to the WWDC online-only event in June, production was even better. The idea being was to put the products in the best light possible without being tagged as an infomercial. Apple delivered on this. The Apple Park is... Continue Reading →
With the upcoming new products season from Apple, it is time for me to revisit my upcoming Apple purchases plan. "Time Flies" Apple Event Invite This week, Apple's event "Time Flies" is rumoured to be about the Apple Watch and the iPad. Apple Series 6 will be announced along with the pre-order date, probably on... Continue Reading →
Airport is a new service that came to life in recent weeks for helping people discover applications available for testing under the TestFlight service from Apple. Think of Airport as the TestFlight App Store but everything is free. I had a chance to enter the beta of Airport, here are my impressions. A Simple Idea... Continue Reading →
A botched update to Adobe Lightroom CC caused some users to lose photos and presets. What happened? Read the full story.
With new features in iOS 14 watchOS 7, I’m now an Apple Watch power user. Discover how in this blog post.
Tim Cook’s leadership is transforming Apple. If a recent profile published by the New York Time is any indication, Apple is less and less about the products. My thoughts. #apple #timcook #leadership
Selection of pictures I took and processed in July of 2020 My summer vacations plans are not what they were supposed to be. That being said, I managed to get a few nice pictures during the month of July. I rarely post pictures here so why not post a visual summary of what July brought... Continue Reading →
With recent events surrounding the launch of the controversial HEY email service, just before the WWDC conference, Apple has been on the defensive more than ever1. Their App Store policies are attracting more and more criticism from long-time developers. Apple is in a powerful position that is attracting attention from lawmakers and regulators all around... Continue Reading →