Apple has finally posted the video replay of Monday’s WWDC Keynote.
All but one of the winners is exclusive to iOS and great to see one of my faves, Pixelmator Photo, pick up an award.
This might be one of the best new features Apple announced today. I never sign in to apps or sites using my Facebook or Google logins but lots of people do, giving up user data in the process.
I imagine these are welcome new features for you lucky HomePod users.
iTunes was amazing but it had become too big and unwieldy for many users. Splitting it into its component parts makes sense.
It’s a machine that literally 99% of us don’t need and probably can’t afford. But the power of this beast is stunning.
That new Mac Pro and display will be the most controversial.
Lovely little video.
Will you use the new version of Dark Mode?
What a fun, funny, and sweet video.
This is a fascinating and a little scary look at data and how the media on all sides skews information.
A lot of people will have an initial (understandable) negative reaction to this story but, unless you have religious reasons for not wanting to do it, would you have a problem with being composted after you die? Personally, I’d be fine with it as long as someone can sneak my compost on to the grounds of the Halifax Public Gardens and use it there.
The behind the scenes story of this purchase will likely never be known but it was fascinating at the time and continues to bring up a lot of questions as to why Apple is working Beats the way they are. But there’s no doubt it is hugely successful, regardless of your thoughts about the product itself.
Fascinating look behind one of Apple’s curtains.
Aliens was great but the other sequels are definitely mediocre. I know what I’m watching tonight.
Apple could do themselves a solid by getting my friends (Hi Dave!) at the Apple “shake and bake” lab to put out a video showing them torture testing these new keyboards. It would help ensure a bit of consumer confidence in this latest iteration.
This looks…odd….but I hope it’s a huge success for the folks at Panic, a great Mac software company.
I wasted many an hour back in the day trying to find new and interesting ways to kill my Sims.
This is really sad news. Silicon Valley has hundreds of rich white guys whining about how they can’t find enough stuff to spend their billions on. Hey Jeff Bezos — do the world a favour and give App Camp for Girls several million dollars out of your couch cushions.
Apple hasn’t yet announced whether the keynote will be live-streamed but it is expected it will be.
Apple and Amazon will make all the right noises about how this is “for the customer” but it’s hard to see that when the competition dries up and the prices rise.
And, as Mac Observer reports, Apple tried it even before then in 1993.
As usual, a thoughtful and thought-provoking speech.
As first reported by the YML Daily and later confirmed by 9to5Mac, Apple inaugurated the opening of it’s Apple Park Campus with a “rainbow” stage and performance. The stage and adjacent area will continue to be used as a space for all hands meetings, parties, and WWDC Beer Bashes.
Yeah, it may look silly and isn’t 100% effective but anything that increases the margin of safety is a good thing. Plus, it helps when you go jump in a lake.
I’d seen the original all over Instagram and this new version is even more spectacular.
This is a sad but ultimately empowering profile of a person who has persevered.
I enjoyed The Big Bang Theory immensely for what it was – a silly little comedy. While I’d never call it a “great” show, I looked forward to watching it each week and I’m sorry its run has come to an end.
This is a question as old as computers. For what it’s worth, my computer only gets shut down when it’s required by a software update.
I got my “cease and desist” letter. Adobe continues to make decisions that hurt average customers. It’s unlikely individuals would “face potential “infringement claims” from Dolby and Adobe is just using the wording as a scare tactic.