On iTunes, Marzipan and Expectations

Stephen Hackett writing on 512Pixels about Marzipan apps on the Mac: I hope for some improvements, but I think the truth is that these apps are going to feel weird compared to old-fashioned AppKit ones. Marzipan apps don't have to look weird. Apple has to try harder. The technology is new and it will take... 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 →

The Death of iTunes is Near

iTunes being replaced by four new apps in macOS next major release. Big scoop Yep. You read it loud and clear: the death of iTunes is near. According to a major discovery made by Guilherme Rambo for 9to5Mac. Version 10.15 of macOS will include four new applications specifically created to replace major parts of iTunes... Continue Reading →

Apple et son projet Marzipan (French)

Dans ce huitième épisode, j’explique ce qu’est le projet Marzipan de Apple, les raisons de son existante et les motivations réelles d’Apple derrière ce projet. J'y vais de quelques prédictions surprenantes! Vous êtes avertis! Référence dans ce podcast: article détaillé sur le projet Marzipan: Apple’s Motivation for Marzipan. Merci d’avoir écouté ce podcast. Visitez le blogue... Continue Reading →

Apple’s Motivation for Marzipan

NO. I've been thinking about Apple's Marzipan project since rumors started to flow last year before the WWDC 2018 developers conference where it was officially announced. I wrote a blog post about it a few weeks ago. I keep thinking about it. Brent Simmons, a well known developer has many many questions still without answers.... Continue Reading →

Photo Processing Apps on macOS

I don't know much about Affinity Photos on the Mac but I do on iOS. I guess there aren't a lot of differences. I know quite a bit about Luminar and I like it. Pixelmator is nice too, better design than the others. I always think this is something Apple could have designed back in... Continue Reading →

When Will iOS Grow Up

From this interesting blog post by Nick Heer on Pixel Envy: But I do truly believe that by building iOS up as opposed to breaking MacOS down — that is, adding functionality within a made-for-touch framework rather than glomming touch onto MacOS — will prove to be a wise choice in the coming years. With the latest hardware released... Continue Reading →

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