Here's a short story about a short episode of my journey as an indie and part-time iPhone apps developer back in 2009. This is a mockup of the Carousel app. From 2009 to 2013, before becoming a content creator, I spend my spare time creating iPhone apps. There was a short period between the two... Continue Reading →
Like for most people, the iPod played an important role since its launch back in 2001. Apple put an end to the iPod story. Here are some thoughts and memories.
An explanation on why I'm ok now with the sideloading of apps on the iPhone, plus, a quick interview with one of the most vocal App Store critic — Kosta Eleftheriou.
Switching to a new iPhone requires unpairing an Apple Watch first. After all these years, the process is still broken. Why?
For many developers, Apple is holding innovation back because of its stance with the App Store. I don’t buy that argument. Here is why.
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 →
With iOS 14, Apple introduced a refreshing iPhone experience with support of widgets and the new App Library. Here is how I will tackle this new level of complexity.
Today is a special day for many reasons. I’ve been working from home and (mostly) confined for exactly three months (March 13th). It’s certainly seems like a long time, but I cannot help but think that it’s only the beginning of a long journey. In fact, I can no longer consider myself as being confined... Continue Reading →