Click the image for a higher resolution version Since the release of the updated MacBook Air, the updated iPad pro but, most importantly, the Magic Keyboard with a trackpad, here is the updated Apple products sheet that I maintain and publish here. Enjoy and feel free to share!

WWDC2020 to be Virtual Only – My Take

At long last, Apple joins the plethora of other companies announcing updated conference plans. They had but no choice. Unsurprisingly, Apple announcement offers a twist by presenting this as a new experience, like if from now on, this is the only way WWDC will take place. I can't wait to see how different the event... Continue Reading →

Diagrams for Mac: A Promising Beginning

Today is the start of something new on the Mac: Diagrams. A simple yet promising diagramming application for macOS. Here is a short peek at this newcomer in a relatively competitive and crowded space. A simple diagram created with... Diagrams 1.0 on macOS. Start small, think big Entirely new and native applications on the Mac... Continue Reading →

Behind the Scenes of Aperture Development

Apple’s now-defunct Aperture Remember Apple’s Aperture, the professional photo processing app that eventually got abandoned? Here is a moving and fascinating story from one of the QA engineers who worked on the development team. This is a must-read if you are looking for behind the scenes details of Apple's history. Aperture: Senior QA (2004-2005) –... Continue Reading →

On iPad Intuitiveness (Again)

iPad intuitiveness is the source of eternal debate. One might ask: If the iPad is more intuitive than the Mac, why is it more difficult to use overall? Good question. Well, Gruber offers an interesting view on this subject. Source of constant debate Daring Fireball Again, my criticism about iPadOS has little to do with... Continue Reading →

My 10 Years of iPad

My first iPad. Dear iPad, you've come a long way. You were not perfect. You lacked a USB port. Most of your apps were "blown up" iPhone apps. Yet, I fell in love with you instantly. Here is a brief summary of my 10 years of iPad. The intro Apple's keynote with Steve Jobs introducing... Continue Reading →

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