Dickinson was one of the first shows on Apple TV+, and recently came to an end. She may have been the title star, but it wasn’t just Emily who had dating drama. Throughout the show’s three seasons, Lavinia’s love was…a lot. A new video sums it all up. If you haven’t had a chance to watch the show, all episodes are available to subscribers.
Apple TV+ released the trailer for “The Last Days of Ptolemy Grey” on Friday. It stars Samuel L. Jackson, and will premiere on Marich 11. The Oscar-nominee plays a man forgotten by his family, by his friends, and by even himself as he contends with dementia. Thanks to the care of Robyn, played by Dominique Fishback, he learns of treatment that helps to restore memories. This triggers a journey toward shocking truths in the past, present, and future.
Wall Street Journal correspondent Tripp Mickle has a book coming out called After Steve with an eye-catching subtitle, “How Apple Became a Trillion-Dollar Company and Lost Its Soul.” It goes on sale May 3, 2022 and is available to preorder today. From the website: “His research shows the company’s success came at a cost. Apple lost its innovative spirit and has not designed a new category of device in years. Ive’s departure in 2019 marked a culmination in Apple’s shift from a company of innovation to one of operational excellence, and the price is a company that has lost its soul.”
Mimeo Photos has launched three new product categories: framed prints, framed canvases, and wooden photo prints using certified sustainable maple wood. Framed Prints: Available in black or white, images are encased in a wooden frame that’s hand cut and assembled. Choose with or without matte. Framed Canvas: Images are printed on a premium-grade canvas with ¼” gap between the canvas and the frame for a floating effect. Wood Prints: Photos are printed directly on to 1/2″ thick maple wood that’s sustainably sourced and eco-friendly.
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MusicMatch for Mac has arrived, allowing users to easily open song URLs between services. When I wrote about it last year, it only supported Apple Music and Spotify. Now it supports Pandora, Amazon Music, YouTube Music, Deezer, and Spotify. With the Safari Extension, you can open music links without ever opening the MusicMatch app.
The recent Apple TV+ advert featuring Jon Hamm was brilliant. But it did leave viewers wondering – was that all he said to Tom Hanks in his voicemail message? The answer, it turns out is no. A follow-up video reveals all and adds to the speculation about what show or film he might appear in on the streaming service.
The Deliveries app update now supports macOS Monterey and iOS 15. The version notes for Monterey include Shortcuts support. The update includes a lot of improvements and bug fixes, so here is just part of the notes: Shortcuts are now supported on macOS Monterey. Note: due to limitations in macOS, shortcuts only have a written or spoken description, rather than showing the relevant deliveries like on iOS. The “scan a package” shortcut will open the “Add a Delivery” window since scanning barcodes is not supported in Deliveries for Mac. Notifications that a package has been delivered are now marked as Time Sensitive on macOS Monterey. Sharing a single delivery via Messages now just sends a link. Sharing via AirDrop now sends a link instead of a file, so it’s easier to share with someone that doesn’t have the app.
Neil Young is headed off of Spotify, having decided he won’t be on the same platform as podcaster Joe Rogan, but he remains on Apple Music. You can get classic albums like 1972’s Harvest and 1989 hit “Rockin’ in The Free World” with a subscription. The service costs $9.99 per month, or $14.99 for family sharing, and is included in all Apple One bundles.
[Update: January 28] Apple Music appears to be trolling Spotify over its Neil Young/Joe Rogan decision. It is posting tweets from its official Twitter accounts as well as push notifications reminding people that the artists is still available there, The Verge reported.
Apple TV+ made the entire premiere episode of The Afterparty available for free on YouTube. It is a very interesting move. While we have seen plenty of clips of movies and shows released online previously, as well as trailers and complimentary content, there have never been full episodes shared likes this. The Afterparty is a comedy-drama that follows the fallout of a school reunion gone wrong. It features a star-studded cast led by Tiffany Haddish. A further two episodes, alongside the pilot, were released to subscribers on Friday.
In a newly released clip, Fraggle Rock: Back to the Rock guest stars play ‘Frictionary’. Ed Helms, Cynthia Erivo, and Daveed Diggs all appear in the new Apple TV+ series, but do they really know what all the phrases they are saying mean? Their answers are, it’s fair to say, unimpressive…However, the show is lovely and available now to subscribers to the streaming service.