The iPad must stay true to its root as a simple to use slab of glass while supporting more sophisticated interaction models.
I was seriously looking to buy an 2021 12.9” iPad Pro. I had so many use cases for it. I ended up buying two MacBook Air instead. What happened? Here is my story about falling in a rabbit hole.
Adobe Lightroom CC on the iPad is finally able to import RAW images from an external storage. Is this a game changer for photographers working with the iPad to edit images?
With macOS Big Sur and the M1 chip, Apple is opening up a brave new world for the Mac by allowing to run iPadOS or iOS apps on it.
With the recent introduction of widgets on iOS, what is referred as “the iPhone experience” is having a refreshing moment. Never before users could customize their home screen as much as today. Not everything is perfect on iOS 14, far from it, but this new level of control was long overdue. Time as come for... Continue Reading →
Tim Cook, CEO of Apple My love story with Apple started a long time ago. I’ve been an Apple enthusiast since 1982 when I started programming on an Apple ][+ before moving to an Apple //e then on a //c. I’m considered an Apple fanboy by my friends, my colleagues and my family. They could... Continue Reading →
For the first time since Apple is releasing public betas of its operating systems, I’m going all in with iOS 14, iPadOS 14 and watchOS 7. This year’s round of betas are exceptionally exciting and stable for their first incarnation. This sentiment is also echoed by M.G. Siegler on 500ish. This year, there is nothing... Continue Reading →
This year's WWDC conference was doomed to be special. Apple had a lot on its plate: deliver a successful digital-only experience, move all software platforms forward and keep the developers community happy. Did they deliver? Read more to find out.
Around the same time period of each year, there is a drum roll preceding Apple's biggest event of the year: WWDC. This year, as WWDC will be an online-only event, things might be different but having a wish list is still mandatory. Here is mine.
I rarely write about mockups of potential new user interfaces or new devices. But when I see something that is profoundly good, I have to pass it along. Yesterday I came across the release of a study made by Alexander Käßner, a young UI/UX and digital product designer based in Berlin, Germany (it is one... Continue Reading →