I’m not a fan of posting about products or services you can’t go out and buy right now or videos that are simply advertisements for a product but this video is INSANE. If it works as advertised, it opens up some incredible possibilities for new filming ideas and at that price point and with those capabilities, DJI should be very scared.
I love these blog posts from the developers of the excellent iOS camera app Halide. Really good explanations of what they are doing and what they can’t do. Their new “Lens Guides” feature is brilliant.
As per usual, Apple will announce ridiculous numbers of devices sold and metric buttloads of revenue generated.
I remember this weird story from ten years ago. The facts and subsequent years are even weirder.
I loved the 1950 version of the novel and hated the Tom Cruise version. This one, set shortly after the book’s publication in 1897, looks really good.
The Apple Watch may have started out as a fashion item but it has quickly become a device to help us check, monitor, and maintain our health.
If you have a Series 4, you’re probably not upgrading to the 5 unless you really want that always-on display and/or the compass. But, if you have a 3 or earlier, the Series 5 is a big step up and worth the price.
The headline and body are misleading. There was likely no issue with the Apple Card itself but the way it was being used by retail staff. Regardless, something to keep in mind when traveling – have a backup card just in case.
Welcome news for those of us who use Spotify.
Those of you lucky enough to live somewhere this is playing owe it to yourself to go see this in a theater.
My favourite new features are the new volume indicator and being able to delete apps from the Update screen.
This is moderately bad. It is said to be unpatchable but the attacker needs physical access to your phone and it doesn’t survive a reboot.
Looking forward to this. Who doesn’t love Snoopy?
I don’t use my AppleTV to nearly its full potential but, if you do, there’s a lot to like in the latest tvOS.
I’m always wary of stories that only refer to “people familiar with the plans” and the like and I’m doubly wary of any stories written by Tripp Mickle but this makes complete sense. The wider reach and greater visibility, especially for “awards contenders”, could help draw talent to Apple and better differentiate itself from Netflix.
This is insanely cool.
I’ve seen some developers complaining about having to implement this but any developer who doesn’t want to give users this option is one whose software I wouldn’t trust or use.
Absolutely spectacular footage.
While this is a good feature, Apple has done a poor job of explaining to average users like my wife why these notifications are suddenly popping up on her iPhone.
As always, security updates are important so backup your device and then install.
One of the advantages of the App Store is the vetted apps. I feel 99% safe in downloading any app from there. This is going to be the wild west of unregulated and potentially harmful apps for your iOS devices. I wouldn’t go near it with a ten-foot pole.
“For All Mankind” premieres November 1 on the Apple TV app with an Apple TV+ subscription.
Not every game on Apple Arcade is a gem.
This company seems so important to Apple, I’m surprised they simply haven’t bought it.
Congratulations to everyone involved at Apple.
Mayo has made all the screensavers available for viewing on his website.
I’ve been on a skateboard exactly two times in my life and both times I eventually fell off and almost busted my head open so I’m never going to try these tricks but it is interesting to watch them in slow motion with Hawk’s expert commentary.
What a great story.
There are all kinds of these “30-day challenges” – photography, writing, even mustaches. If you have someone who loves to draw, this might be of interest to them. My 13-year-old loves drawing and I’m going to see if I can get him interested in this. I can’t draw worth a damn but I want to buy a new iPad Pro and an Apple Pencil 2 for him just so he can use the Linea Sketch app.