For many, this year’s WWDC was one of the best. Personally, I beg to differ. Here are my notes and observations.
I love deep discussions. The latest John Gruber’s interview with Apple’s senior VP wasn’t one of them.
WWDC21 will be remembered for not being the best WWDC, yet Apple managed to impress with many improvements in key areas of its ecosystem.
A personal essay about my views of developers asking for changes on the App Store that could slowly transform the iPhone into another Android platform.
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.
So, now that Apple's Keynote is behind us, how did Apple fare against my previously published WWDC2020 wish List, Let's see. ThemeImportanceDescriptionFix comingServicesHighApple Card expansion to Canada. I'm not holding my breath, though.👎🏻ServicesHighApple Pay Cash expansion to Canada. I'm not holding my breath, though.👎🏻Apple WatchHighThird-party watch face available from a dedicated App Store. This could... Continue Reading →
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.
At long last, Apple joins the plethora of other companies announcing updated conference plans. They had but no choice. Unsurprisingly, Apple announcement offers a twist by presenting this as a new experience, like if from now on, this is the only way WWDC will take place. I can't wait to see how different the event... Continue Reading →