I don’t think there’s any doubt – Bull Durham is the best sports movie of all time.
As always, an interesting interview with Cook.
I don’t get nearly the amount of notifications Bohn has (mostly because I manage them better than he does) but anything that helps tame them will be a big help.
I’m not convinced Shortcuts will take off for the average user but it will be interesting to see how developers and techies take advantage of them.
As the “new” father of a 12-year-old, some of these tricks will come in handy when he starts doing research for school projects.
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There’s no doubt 1Password is the best and easiest to use password manager available for the Mac and iOS.
Good that they’re banning mining on the iOS device itself but not other aspects of cryptocurrency.
Great playlist but I’d disagree with categorizing some of these bands as “one hit wonders”. While they may not be as good as their one song inclusions on this list, some had long and successful careers.
While still not as capable as Touch ID in this regard, this is still a welcome way for me to allow my wife to access my iPhone X easily.
While many of us will be happy to have free trials available to us, as a developer, Jalkut still has some understandable concerns he hopes Apple will address.
Along with the big iOS 12 features, Apple has added a bunch of little ones that may go unnoticed but will be almost as important and useful.
Great news for you Sonos fans.
This is an old video but I posted it to remind readers who drive cars to please be on the lookout for motorcycles. The life you save may be mine. And riders, I know how incredible it is to go fast on your bike b
I think “revealed” might be typical hyperbole but I’m definitely looking forward to this feature in iOS 12 if only out of curiosity. I don’t think anything it tells me will actually make me use my phone less.
I don’t have CarPlay on my motorcycle but if I did, I’d find this to be good news. I much prefer other apps, including Waze, over Apple’s app for navigation.
There are some developers really excited by this and others who are really unhappy about it. Regardless, it will be interesting to see what this brings Mac users in the future.
I don’t even know 32 people let alone want to simultaneously FaceTime chat with that many.
Would these changes make you use Safari if you don’t right now?
There’s some interesting little tidbits here.
Unsurprisingly, some older Macs will get left behind when macOS Mojave 10.14 is released.
Next up comes the dissection of the keynote.
The WWDC 2018 Keynote is just over. Apple has updated their web site with some of the news that was announced and the replay of the keynote will be posted shortly.
Pay particular attention at the 1:04 minute mark.
This story is funny/sad. I’ve been to the places described and they really can be disappointing if you’re expecting something much grander. It may no longer be there but when I was at the Great Sphinx ten years ago, there was a “Sphinx Guest House” a literal stone’s throw away. It was really jarring.
Sal is an acknowledged legend in the Mac community for his work at Apple but I know him as a friend and a great guy to talk to. I spent a week with him trapped on a cruise ship and he was the only thing that made it tolerable.
I hope kids today enjoy the Muppets as much as many of us did when we were young.
I get this question all the time from beginners. My answer is, “It doesn’t matter. Buy a camera that fits your budget”.
Damn. One wrong move and someone is shishkabob.
This will be a big deal to those of you with compatible systems.