Replacing Your iPhone

Replacing your iPhone shoudn't be a bad experience, especially after buying a new and expansive one. M. G. Siegler, writing: First: But as it turns out, restoring an iPhone does indeed still suck. While you can do everything via the cloud, there are still a whole slew of things that are no better than a... Continue Reading →

Apple Is An Ecosystem Company

Apple is no longer the iPhone company, it never was. Apple is an ecosystem company. Services are the natural extension to this. Mark Spoonauer writing for Tom's Guide: Apple has long been synonymous with the iPhone. But after 12 years that era is starting to come to an end. https://twitter.com/DetroitBORG/status/1123678876188778496?s=20 Gene Munster, a managing partner... Continue Reading →

On Apple’s Second Quarter Financial Results

Apple's second quartier financial results are in. Here is a few of my own observations. Services revenues increasing iPad sales are up 22% which shows that the iPad Pro are very appealing and selling well. Why? Because the recently relased iPad Air was too late in the quarter. Same thing for the iPad mini. I... Continue Reading →

Apple Falls Behind in Smartphone Photography

Photo by Hoil Ryu on Unsplash Jason Snell writing in April 2019 issue of Macworld: In general, I wonder sometimes if there’s a little too much dogma inside the group that’s in charge of iPhone photography. It’s a tough line to walk between creating images that are crowd pleasing and those that are accurate depictions of what was... Continue Reading →

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 →

I want an iPhone Without the Notch. Period.

I want an iPhone without the notch. Period. Otherwise this cannot be called a full screen device. Would love this to be an iPhone On this photo, this is not an iPhone. But, honestly, I would love this to be an iPhone. Why you might ask? Well, because I think the final step for the... Continue Reading →

Recovering your Photos from Your Dead iPhone

Photo by Carlos Santiago on Unsplash Recovering your photos from your dead iPhone could be possible. Don’t let Apple deceive you. When asking about this kind of problem, they say they cannot do something about it. Why? Because according to this story from CBC by Alex Shprintsen, a trained molecular biologist stay-at-home mom is doing just that: recovering... 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 iPhone Can Do What?

I like it when Apple put up these web pages. Here "The iPhone Can Do What?https://www.apple.com/iphone/features/" is all about iPhone features and what it can do. It serves the purpose to educate new and old iPhone users, show non iPhone users how an iPhone work. Great design. Love the typography size. One quick question, does... Continue Reading →

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