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 →

Pixelmator Photo for iPad: a Capable Photo Editor at a Low Price

Today is the official release of Pixelmator Photo, a new and capable photo editor at a bargain price for the iPad. I had a chance to try the application for a week. Here are my observations. But first, let me express my love for this company and everything they do. Pixelmator Photo welcome screen My... Continue Reading →

My Current Photo Workflow

I’ve been thinking for a long time to write about my photo workflow and how it all fit together. So I sat down, thought about it and made this graphic showing exactly what is my workflow when doing photography, what tools are involved. My hope here is to help you find inspiration to improve yours.... Continue Reading →

The Missing Link in Current iPad Product Line

Photo by Daniel Korpai on Unsplash Neil Cybart writing for Above Avalon: Thoughts on Apple's Revised iPad Line: This takes us to software - the missing link. All of the signs point to Apple getting the iPad line ready for new software features unveiled at this year’s WWDC. This week’s hardware updates cap off the... Continue Reading →

Apple Facing Big Challenges With iOS 13

Here is a great read about iOS multitasking weaknesses: What’s Wrong With iOS 11/12 Multitasking — Fraser Speirs. iOS 11 was a great update for the iPad with drag & drop support coupled with “real” multitasking feature. This article, supposedly written a long time ago for iOS 11 is all about one thing: the amount... Continue Reading →

On 2019 iPad Line Up

Following the announcement by Apple with press releases of the latest iPad models, first this useful summary by MacRumors: Summary The new iPad Air starts at $150 less than the 10.5-inch iPad Pro and thus has some tradeoffs: two speakers versus four, no ProMotion display, and a lower-end 8-megapixel rear camera with no LED flash... Continue Reading →

Apple Store is down this morning. One week exactly before the next keynote. What does this mean? Well, Apple wants to clear the way for a more focused event by spitting out new hardware announcements before. Expected are updated AirPods, maybe the AirPower, update iPad at the low end. Maybe spec bumped iMac. We'll see... Continue Reading →

Mini Review of Duet Display

A few days ago, I wrote a mini review of Luna Display 3.0. Before using this solution to add a second display to my iMac, I was using another one, Duet Display. Here is my mini review. Duet Display requires an iPad application installed, a helper application installed on the iMac and a cable. In... Continue Reading →

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