Today I found out that the only way to estimate travel time between two places with Apple's Maps is to use the save location feature. To my knowledge, prior to iOS 13, there was no way to accomplish such a basic task. Thanks to iOS 13, you can mark a location on a map and... Continue Reading →
I took many many RAW photos in Maui, Hawaii. I tried to dig into them with my HyperDrive USB-C hub connected on my iPad running iOS 13. I wanted to see what I could publish on my blog while on vacation. But the current state of RAW images browsing from Files.app is still very weak,... Continue Reading →
I rarely post a photo with me on it. This one was taken by my wife with her iPhone X while on vacation in Hawaii. I chose to post it as part of the photo legend series. Why? Because it shows me while doing something that I really love: doing photography while on a trip.... Continue Reading →
First surprise with iOS 13 while in HawaiWhile opening Apple's Maps, I got a notification announcing improvements to Maps in my region. As in Maui there little towns I couldn't experience the difference, I saw one for general map features like state parks and reserves. So far so good.
Bye Bye 12" MacBook This is a bit sad to see this little boy go on the side of history. I liked its design a lot. I never owned one as I couldn't justify the price and the return on the investment. Yet, this MacBook introduced many firsts. I suspect Apple will return to this... Continue Reading →
Shitty company with a shitty service What the fuck are those developers thinking when they design software like this? First, consider reading this from Jonathan Leitschuh: A vulnerability in the Mac Zoom Client allows any malicious website to enable your camera without your permission. The flaw potentially exposes up to 750,000 companies around the world... Continue Reading →
Apple did some cleanup to its Mac product line. R.I.P. 12" MacBook. All MacBook Pro have the TouchBar and TrueTone display. Good news. Oh, and their keyboards are based on the third-generation butterfly technology. Following is the updated product table as first published here. Apple products as of summer of 2019
In this image, the processing was done to make the texture of the tree stand out against the sky. Zoom in on the foliage to experience the texture. This was possible because of the position of the sun on the top left part of the image. I wanted to try something more creative than usual.... Continue Reading →