Filters can really spice up your photos and Vern Seward talks about two that no iPhoneographer should be without in this week's iPhoneography 101.
New data from Digitalsmiths says that about 1.5 million households are planning to cut the cord in the next six months, citing excessive cable/satellite bills. But beware. The cumulative cost of OTT selections could equal or exceed current bills.
Anyone can now join the fun and install the pre-release beta of OS X 10.10.3, which includes the new Photos app. It may sound tempting but my advice is: Don’t do it.
The pattern is becoming clear now. Apple knows better than to merge iOS and OS X, but there are other options for the family of products. First we saw interoperability with Yosemite and iOS. Now we're seeing similarity in connectivity options. It's back to the future. Meanwhile, some fret.
Apple must be working on something really big related to the Apple TV. The last major release, the 3rd generation Apple TV, was on March 7, 2012. Three years is an eternity in the tech industry. John Martellaro expresses his disappointment that no new hardware was announced.
During Apple's Spring Forward event, Tim Cook finally announced the Apple Watch pricing, and it's eminently reasonable. Those who thought Apple would gouge us for the sake of status were off the mark.
Like to use filters when taking photos with your iPhone? In this week's iPhoneography 101, Vern Seward points out several you are bound to want.
One can flop about, being a surly curmudgeon and pronounce, with arrogance, the ultimate failure of the Apple Watch. But there is one key, fundamental observation that demolishes every Apple Watch naysayer. This week, John Martellaro found it and shares it with us.
In a pair of interesting articles at Quartz, the suggestion has been made that Apple is giving the Chinese government access to its iOS devices and source code in order to preserve its business there. The facts aren't all in because Apple won't talk about it. And the implied scenario sounds doubtful. However, the situation does raise important issues.
Intuit recently sent a message to users of Quicken Essentials for Mac: “Your connected services will be discontinued on 4/30/15. Upgrade to maintain services. Don’t worry — we’ve got you covered." But that's only part of the story...
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