My Take on Apple’s 30% Cut and a Proposal

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 →

WWDC2020 – Checking my Wish List

So, now that Apple's Keynote is behind us, how did Apple fare against my previously published WWDC2020 wish List, Let's see. ThemeImportanceDescriptionFix comingServicesHighApple Card expansion to Canada. I'm not holding my breath, though.👎🏻ServicesHighApple Pay Cash expansion to Canada. I'm not holding my breath, though.👎🏻Apple WatchHighThird-party watch face available from a dedicated App Store. This could... Continue Reading →

My Wish List for WWDC 2020

Around the same time period of each year, there is a drum roll preceding Apple's biggest event of the year: WWDC. This year, as WWDC will be an online-only event, things might be different but having a wish list is still mandatory. Here is mine.

You don’t have to love the iPad

Thought of the day, from Francisco Tolmasky on Twitter:  The frustrating thing about the iPad is that I constantly feel that I need to be buying into a philosophy Well said. For me, it doesn’t represent an issue. I love to buy into this philosophy because it is different, delightful. His tweet, one is a... Continue Reading →

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