On iTunes, Marzipan and Expectations

Stephen Hackett writing on 512Pixels about Marzipan apps on the Mac: I hope for some improvements, but I think the truth is that these apps are going to feel weird compared to old-fashioned AppKit ones. Marzipan apps don't have to look weird. Apple has to try harder. The technology is new and it will take... Continue Reading →

An Airplane, an Apple World

While on the plane to Cancun, Mexico, Apple devices were all over the place. iPad were everywhere: from older iPad Air to the latest 13” iPad Pro. A few years ago, people were using laptops for media consomption. Besides the iPad domination on this flight, the next popular device was the iPhone followed by AirPods... Continue Reading →

How iOS and macOS are Influencing Each Other

Jason Snell writing for Macworld in April 2019 issue: it seems pretty clear to me that macOS is in the process of turning into something that’s got a lot more in common with iOS than it does today. Every time you use an iOS device and your Mac and notice that the two platforms approach... Continue Reading →

I want an iPhone Without the Notch. Period.

I want an iPhone without the notch. Period. Otherwise this cannot be called a full screen device. Would love this to be an iPhone On this photo, this is not an iPhone. But, honestly, I would love this to be an iPhone. Why you might ask? Well, because I think the final step for the... Continue Reading →

Recovering your Photos from Your Dead iPhone

Photo by Carlos Santiago on Unsplash Recovering your photos from your dead iPhone could be possible. Don’t let Apple deceive you. When asking about this kind of problem, they say they cannot do something about it. Why? Because according to this story from CBC by Alex Shprintsen, a trained molecular biologist stay-at-home mom is doing just that: recovering... Continue Reading →

The Death of iTunes is Near

iTunes being replaced by four new apps in macOS next major release. Big scoop Yep. You read it loud and clear: the death of iTunes is near. According to a major discovery made by Guilherme Rambo for 9to5Mac. Version 10.15 of macOS will include four new applications specifically created to replace major parts of iTunes... Continue Reading →

Business Insider Playing with Headlines

Business Insider playing with headlines. Business Insider playing with headlines. They manipulate their headlines and use Apple as a click bait. But they do this at the cost of perceived credibility. With this kind of headline though, Business Insider looks more like Business Outsider. No wonder why the tech press is looking more ridiculous every... Continue Reading →

While Apple Opens Up AirPlay Netflix Drops It

Apple's AirPlay and Apple TV Well, this is surprising: while Apple opens up, Netflix does the opposite. As reported by MacRumors, Netflix drops support of Apple's AirPlay technology because of technical issues. What technical issues? Is this just temporary? Or is this just a marketing decision? AirPlay no longer supported by Netflix Just a few... Continue Reading →

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