This is an old video but what a wonderful, poignant ad celebrating lifelong friendships and motorcycles. I’m honestly jealous of these guys.
This is another example of a technology that will take off now that Apple is supporting it.
As a (supposed) professional photographer, I’m really interested in the improvements and features of the new iPhones’ cameras and the advancements Apple is making in photography. They are helping “average users” to create beautiful, compelling images.
An amazing mission and a fitting ending.
As always, when Mogull writes/speaks, I listen. Good article even with the sour note at the end.
Many of us have complained about iTu8nes bloat and wanted Apple to do something about it but, in my opinion, this isn’t it. I like having backups on my Mac.
…it was only yesterday it hit me how odd and jarring the term “Town Squares” was. I can’t quite put my finger on why I dislike it so much.
If I could only pick two, I’d say Matchbox Cars and Risk are worthy of the Hall.
The Apple Support Twitter feed posted the details of what iOS devices will be compatible with iOS 11.
Along with all the other important announcements, Apple quietly posted the release date for High Sierra.
Apple has posted a bunch of product videos from today’s announcement but the “Dear Apple” video was especially touching.
It was the first-ever event at the Steve Jobs Theater, a spectacular looking venue.
Apple’s event has wrapped and here is a cheat sheet for what will be available when
Apple has just wrapped today’s event and the link will take you to all of their PR for the products announced today. We’ll have other links to commentary as the day goes on.
Leaks or not, I’m really excited for this announcement.
These are wonderful photos of amazing women. That they were shot so quickly on something as “simple” as an iPhone (and three different models at that) shows the power of the device in the hands of an accomplished photographer.
Anything Apple can do to make Siri better is a welcome thing. I’ve heard comments from iOS 11 beta testers that Siri sounds different. I just want “her” to work better.
I’ve always been about as flexible as a plank but, as I’ve gotten older, I’ve really noticed a significant additional stiffening. My SO is an accomplished yoga practitioner and has encouraged me to start off slow doing these kinds of poses.
I won’t lie – I wouldn’t have wanted to be on either leg of this flight.
This is a fascinating dilemma and shows that our technology answers are moving much faster than our moral and ethical ones.
I’m nowhere near enough of an audiophile to need this site but I know some of you are.
My small caveman brain can’t even comprehend a star with the mass of half a million Earths and no larger than Washington, D.C. that spins 700 plus times per second.
Wonderful yet utterly heartbreaking story.
Hollywood and the press that covers it are notorious for these kinds of stories that act as trial balloons in negotiations with various companies. I don’t believe for a second Apple is actually in the running for the James Bond rights.
Office isn’t officially dead on the Mac but it might be on life support. UPDATE for clarification (not that it will help): Fewer and fewer Mac users use/need/want Office. At some point, Microsoft will face diminishing returns in their effort to support, sell and develop the software. That point may be coming sooner rather than later, in my opinion. My apologies for not more clearly stating my point in the original post.
Ouch. It’s bad enough to have to make this turnaround but it sounds like the entire process and decision was driven by one person. That’s a recipe for disaster. The big question should be, of the other choices available, why choose Microsoft-based phones over those that run Google’s Android software or Apple’s iOS?
To my recollection, this is the first store Apple has ever permanently closed. It’s not a portent of things to come, however.
There’s no doubt that Apple sees health and fitness as another platform for their products. It’s really interesting watching them do so many little things that will eventually add up to really big things.
I see these kinds of boxes all over Vancouver (it’s a very Asian-influenced city) but I had no idea the amount of work that went into the handmade ones.