Another lovely, touching ad from Apple for the holiday season.
At only 57, early-onset Alzheimer’s disease took him far too soon but he is finally “home for a rest.”
Ignore the (possibly mistranslated) headline, this is an article that, at the very least, reminds us that seniors have different needs, wants, and desires from technology than “young people” do and there is a market for developers to cater to them.
Explains why Cook engages Trump the way he does.
This could be hugely damaging to the film and might kill it altogether.
For those of us who don’t want to spend the money, your iPhone (all versions) already have a “physical camera button” – the volume control buttons on your iPhone also work as a camera shutter. Watch out for fingers in the way of the lens though.
I’m a big fan of AltHistory stuff so I’m enjoying For All Mankind. It helps that it looks great with an interesting storyline and good acting.
This is just going to be an “event” for Apple’s usual “Best of…” award winners.
There are definitely “better” cards but I wouldn’t say the Apple Card “sucks.” I don’t have one so I can only go by the rewards and features offered. Some features of the Apple Card are much better than what others offer but it falls short in other ways as well.
I love “chill out” games and I agree “Patterned” is a great example. But I disagree about “Word Laces.” That’s just a stupid game, IMO.
It’s also an admission, tacit or otherwise, that Apple made a mistake with the butterfly keyboard. Rest assured, this “new” design will be in all future Apple laptops.
If you’ve ever taken underwater photos, you’ll know the results are generally pretty disappointing. This technology could change that.
OK, this is just crazy talk. Justified was one of the best TV series ever and we’re only two episodes in to The Mandalorian. Make no mistake – I loved Justified and I mildly enjoyed The Mandalorian but it will take quite a bit more for the latter to match up to the former.
I’m always suspicious of “sources say…” stories but this rings true. Ignoring the stupidity of that last sentence (News+ works just fine on Macs too, you morons), News+ is not a “must have” or even a “this would be nice” product from Apple. It feels half-baked and, at this point, pretty much ignored.
Funny story about an unfunny subject. The last time I was in Times Square, these fake mascots really put me off.
I’ve been playing around with the app for the past 24 hours. I like it overall but it needs more stations and selection.
This is yet another example of Apple’s efforts to further increase its lead and presence in the field of personal health. Sadly, it’s US only.
This is interesting but not “news.” Even back when I worked at Apple in the late 90s, Apple knew enterprise Return on Investment (ROI) was significantly higher than Windows in “mixed-use” environments.
Disney’s back catalog advantage can’t be overestimated.
Today is the 20th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall, one of the most momentous events of the 20th century. I remember watching it on TV and thinking, “This can’t be happening. There’s no way they will let this continue. It’s going to end in bloodshed.” Thankfully, it didn’t.
Interesting thread. Nice to hear about all the work they are putting in to it. I’m still not buying the premise though.
I have zero sympathy for him. “Messaging” on this was easy. You guys blew it. Adobe did a poor job of managing expectations from the beginning. Suck it up, take your lumps, do better.
Privacy is hugely important but “annoying” and “boring” for many average users. Apple does a great job of trying to lead people to learn and understand what the company is doping to protect users.
I’m pretty gunshy about Shyamalan movies but will watch this on Apple TV+.
This stuff is confusing enough without this kind of crap. How can the average, non-techy user figure this out?
These orcas live in my “neighbourhood.” I’m so lucky to live in a place where sightings are a regular occurrence. This drone footage gives even greater insight into their activities.
There are very few situations where I’d recommend an extended warranty – I have one on my motorcycle because I’m mechanically incompetent – and am very happy to have my warranties doubled buy buying on a credit card.
“Oh, I’m sorry. Did I not wake up black this morning? Because I’m pretty sure I did. Yup…still black.” It may be my own personal biases coming through but with this storyline and this cast, this may be the one thing on Apple TV+ that makes me really want to sign up.
I have an aversion to this kind of painful spicy food but the show, while at times too fluffy, is entertaining nonetheless.
If you like reading or collecting recipes (I use the website and iOS app for AnyList), you know the aggravation of just wanting to see the recipe and not the family history or some such five pages of nonsense. This extension puts the recipe at the top.