This week a newcomer in the field of flight trackers was released: Flighty. This release was for me the occasion to reconsider my current flight tracking apps. And what a good timing while I'm on vacation. Let’s dig in. Before Flighty The flight tracking app that I have on my iOS devices are illustrated here.... Continue Reading →
Apple introduced iPadOS at this year’s WWDC conference. This could be seen as a marketing move but I think Apple really wants to fork iOS to provide a unique experience on their tablets. But, here is an alert that I received on my iPad about location tracking, un new feature in iOS 13. The screenshot... Continue Reading →
First, consider this typical vacation scenario: you take many pictures with your iPhone while visiting a small town. The next day, you pack all your things to catch a flight that will bring you to your next destination. While sitting comfortably in your seat during flight, you grab your iPad and launch Apple’s Photos app... Continue Reading →
iOS 13 improves many things with photo management but there is one thing that I still cannot understand. Take the following screenshot of Photos sharing suggestions. When I'm back to the hotel and browse photos taken in previous days, here is something weird in Apple's Photos application. Why is Photos always suggesting me as a... Continue Reading →
I still wish Apple would provide an histogram while editing a photo. I consider this to be a basic feature that most of people would understand. At the very least, we could toggle it on or off.
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 →
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 →