On iOS 13 Aggressive RAM Management

Multitasking experience has become awful since iOS 13, particularly with iOS 13.2. It seems iOS has trouble keeping apps in memory, even on high-end devices with a lot of system RAM like on my iPhone 11 Pro. According to a summary post by MacRumors, I'm not alone complaining. On top of that, when I do... Continue Reading →

Silence Unknown Callers in iOS 13

For a few days now, I'm receiving calls from all around the world. The vast majority of them coming from Africa and some from Central America. The only time I answered, nobody was talking. I know of many people, including me, get phone calls with recorded message in Chinese. These calls are different. I don't... Continue Reading →

iOS 13 Mail.app Is Not Only Buggy…

Apple’s Mail.app is known to be very buggy in iOS 13 beta cycle. Even at version 13.1 beta 1, things are not looking good yet. But there is another problem that is making this version of Mail.app very frustrating to use. Consider the following two screenshots. On the left, this is what we get while... Continue Reading →

My Take On iOS 13.1 In August

Apple surprised many yesterday when they released the first beta iOS 13.1. In the past, a dot one release (iOS 12.1 for example) comes right after the release of the iPhone in mid-Septembre. Not this time. Why? What could be the explanation to this? Well, first, let's face it, even after eight developer betas, iOS... Continue Reading →

On Sign In with Apple

Photo by Dayne Topkin on Unsplash Of all the new features that iOS 13 will bring, there this one that I can't wait to use: Sign in with Apple. Here is why. MacStories published an interesting article about the upcoming Sign In with Apple feature. iOS 13 will let developers to integrate the ability to use you Apple... Continue Reading →

Could Apple’s Maps in iOS 13 Be A Sleeper Hit?

Could Apple's Maps in iOS 13 be e sleeper hit? Ryan Christoffel writing for MacStories: Throughout its lifetime, Maps has been the recipient of small, iterative improvements over long stretches of time. Perhaps now that Apple owns the full stack of mapping data, it can start competing on its own terms and change the common... Continue Reading →

How iOS 13 Reminders app Killed Things app

Things 3.0 was a wonderful release when it came out. It’s design simplicity and well thought out won me. Before that I was using Omnifocus but Things 3.0 made OmniFocus look complicated and over featured. But, frankly, iOS 13 is changing all that again: Apple entirely redesigned the Reminders app. The results are impressive. Reminders... Continue Reading →

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