The Rotten Side of Tim Cook’s Apple

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 II+ 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 →

ARM-Based Mac and Project Catalyst

ARM processors are one of the many crown jewels for Apple. Rumours of a Mac running one of these processors are floating around for quite some time. Earlier this year, I wrote a long post about Apple's Catalyst Project: Apple’s Motivation for Marzipan. The story can be resumed as follow: The plan is to kick... Continue Reading →

At IBM: Mac vs PC

At IBM: Mac vs PC must have been an intense discussion subject in recent years. Tidbits is reporting today: "IBM Finds Its Mac Users to Be More Productive Than PC Users". In particular, something caught my attention: The study also found greater employee satisfaction and retention. Mac users are 17% less likely to leave the... Continue Reading →

The New macOS Classic Apps

If the new macOS classic apps are the ones using AppKit, what are the new native macOS apps then? From an article published by Jason Snell from Six Color, "Are we headed for a Mac automation schism?", an endnote caught my attention: We are probably about to enter an era where all the Mac apps... Continue Reading →

Apple Is Done With Intel

Following Apple's quarterly analyst call this week, we could think that Apple is done with Intel. Some are wondering if this upcoming WWDC conference in June could see the introduction of the first ARM-based Mac. Why would this happen? Apple may be tired of waiting for Intel to bring faster and more power efficient processors... Continue Reading →

Mini Review of Luna Display 3.0

Running iTunes on the second display If you want to use your brand new 2018 11" or 12.9" iPad Pro as a secondary display for a MacBook or an iMac, there seems to be two simple ways as of this writing. The first one is with Luna Display and the second is with Duet Display.... Continue Reading →

Memories

I can't remember how many hours I spend in front of this ad, reading and looking for all the details I could learn about the Macintosh. This was so new, so different, so "out of this world" back then. I was instantly hooked up to this machine. I couldn't afford it but looking at it... Continue Reading →

On MacBook Product Line Anomaly

In a few days, Apple will announce new products. Rumours are that new iPad Pro will be announced and a few Mac updates too. I'm more interested in the latter. For too long now the MacBook product line has suffered from a weird anomaly. When Apple introduced the current MacBook, many thought it would replace... Continue Reading →

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