Please take a moment over the next few days to buy a postcard of your hometown or state or province or country and send it to Mr Dunn.
This blew up on Twitter yesterday and it was hilarious to see.
This is a giant, ugly plane but I would never bet against the legendary plane builder Burt Rutan or Paul Allen’s millions.
Interesting post explaining something most of us have heard about but may not understand.
I don’t take these kinds of lists too seriously but I am happy to say I live in #6 and will be visiting #4 next March.
TFW your home-sick-from-school 12 year old asks you, “What’s the difference between a sheep and a goat?” and a Google search leads you to this video.
Things like 1Password, SpamSieve and the like will need to acess this.
There’s no chance I’d ever use this kind of thing but I’m sure some of you would love to stuff Mojave on to an old Mac.
Perfect timing. I’m downloading Mojave as we speak.
This is justifiably worrying to security experts. I’ve been a Chrome user in the past but, with today’s release of Mojave, I’m likely going back to Safari.
I predict we’ll see more of these kinds of announcements from developers as Mojave end-of-lifes more and more 32-bit apps.
Wow. Amazing story. Read for the science, stay for the surprising kicker at the end.
Nice find by a Redditor on Apple’s Watch Series 4 support pages.
Simple but well done as always.
This is one of those changes Apple often makes that they don’t tell the user about. It’s also something not everyone wants.
I don’t think this is as big a problem for Apple as some make it out to be. After all, in theory, your “G” rated audience is going to be much bigger than your “R” rated audience. Apple wants to appeal to the broadest group of consumers it can – whether that be with iPhones or original content.
As I’ve always said on Your Mac Life, these are the kinds of comparisons and shots I want to see. I don’t see the point of giving review cameras ahead of launch to the likes of Austin Mann and Pete Souza – they are professional photographers who are expected to take great photos no matter what camera they use. I’d rather see Apple seed cameras to “average” people and see what the differences are in their shots.
Scary thread from Sasser, co-founder of Panic Inc. Big lesson is if someone calls you, call them back at the company’s official number to verify. Or do what I do – just never answer the phone.
This is an incredible story. If it hadn’t been for his drawings of a sport he never played, he’d still be in prison.
Very embarrassing for Cathay Pacific but they handled it well.
Apple increases the capability of the iPhone’s camera with every iteration and there’s no doubt this is the best they’ve ever jammed into an iPhone enclosure.
AppleCare, like most insurance, is a bit of a crapshoot. This is a good piece that may help you decide whether or not to get it.
I’ve been following this story all summer and am so happy she reached her goal.
Several Twitterers are pointing to Austin Mann’s Petapixel post with images shot on the new iPhone but, to me, Mann’s shots are “just” the typical ones any tourist would take and don’t show off the capabilities of the new iPhone. Souza shows a wide variety of shots that do a great job of showing the range of the iPhone X s.
I wasn’t a beta user of iOS 12 so I’m looking forward to digging in to what Shortcuts can do for me.
The app obviously requires iOS 12 so don’t bother to download until you’ve upgraded.
Months!? She listened to that creepy sound for months!? I know about the British “stiff upper lip” but this is ridiculous. I would have reported that the first night I heard it.
Much like Twitter and Facebook, Instagram is what you make of it. I don’t see any of these “feel good” posts because I don’t follow those kinds of Instagrammers.
I am still a big fan of RSS. I don’t know if it’s “dead” or not but it’s a shame it’s not more popular.
This will be the first of many reviews of iOS 12, available today.