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 →

Apple’s Promise on Services

Apple's promise on services has become clearer recently. I'm still thinking about the impacts of the last Apple keynote on services. Not easy to wrap my head around all the consequences and meanings. But some real analysts get it way more than me. Here is Benedict Evans on Twitter recently (emphasis is mine): The old... Continue Reading →

A Solution for Apple Music Lacking a Web Player

A Solution for Apple Music Lacking a Web Player. I'm a long time subscriber of Apple Music and I still cannot understand why Apple doesn't yet provide a web based player. Spotify is providing one though. To me, this is a glaring omission, one of the thousand no's for a every yes. But there is... Continue Reading →

HyperDrive USB-C Hub for iPad Pro: My Review

At long last, here is my review of the HyperDrive USB-C Hub for the 2018 iPad Pro. After a very successful KickStarter campaign. I made a pledge, my very first one on KickStarter. I couldn’t imagine having this iPad Pro without one as I wrote back in February. Here is my short review. HyperDrive ports:... Continue Reading →

Great and Unexpected Apple Ad

Unexpected advertisement but great ad by Apple today. Apple published a funny yet informative ad. It is about showing products and technologies in an office environment. The scenario is simple: a group of co-workers has a deadline to reinvent the pizza box. We are witnessing their endeavor while using all kinds of Apple products, from... Continue Reading →

The MacBook keyboard fiasco is way worse than Apple thinks

From DHH writing for SvN The fact is that many people simply do not contact Apple when their MacBook keyboards fail. They just live with an S key that stutters or a spacebar that intermittently gives double. Or they just start using an external keyboard. Apple never sees these cases, so it never counts in... Continue Reading →

Apple is Doomed Again and Again and Again [Updated]

First, consider these recently published articles and their respective excerpt. Apple iOS 13 update Bad news for iPhone and iPad owners - From Hiptoro Apple iOS 13 update for iPhone and iPad is all set to be unveiled this summer at the Worldwide Developers Conference. However, not everything might be wonderful about the next iOS.... Continue Reading →

One Last Comment About AirPower Snafu

Apple announced the AirPower along the iPhone X. They didn't ship it and canceled the whole thing. Apple now look dump. If you want a good perspective on why Apple pre-announced AirPower, I suggest that you take ten minutes to read Steven Sinofsky excellent piece "Pre-Announcing as a Strategy" The idea of pre-announcing a product at... Continue Reading →

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