The popular journaling app Day One just announced it’s moving to a subscription model. Here’s a look at what this growing trend in subscription software means for the Mac.
A Technology Director in Maine wrote us to explain how Mac notebooks just can’t compete, price-wise, in his school district anymore.
It makes your display and Apple Pencil response faster and smoother.
Proposed EU laws aim to protect, not erode, encryption and digital privacy.
Apple started out with the idea that the iPad is the PC of the future and should be the student’s first exposure to computers. Is it working?
This includes some benchmarks from Geekbench 4 and PerformanceTest Mobile, as well as my experiments with Apple Pencil.
Taylor Swift’s exclusive Apple Music days are gone, and odds are there wasn’t a dramatic behind the scenes breakup.
At the WWDC 2017 keynote, Apple gave us a sneak peak of the new iMac Pro, but now what does this imply for the design of the next Mac Pro?
Apple’s WWDC keynote address was one that we hoped for, dreamed about but never thought would actually happen.
Check out our roundup of the announcements and new products Apple may have lined up for Monday’s Worldwide Developer Conference 2017 keynote.
Apple’s annual worldwide developer conference isn’t just a technical conference for developers, rather, it’s a framework for Apple’s future ecosystem.
If the rumored iPhone 8 is bezel-less, as predicted, it will have a profound impact on the way photos are captured and displayed.
The Siri Speaker may be more of a living room device than a kitchen device.
You’ll be able to earn and spend Kin within the Kik app, which will have an integrated wallet.
No longer just the firm that makes the best looking hardware, Apple is competing with the world’s media giants.
Bryan Chaffin calls balderdash on the idea that me-too design is a serious threat to Apple’s laptop business.
Over the weekend, an article from The Register laid out complaints of Google AMP and how it negatively impacts the web. Then, John Gruber of Daring Fireball linked to the article and added his own comments, such as how AMP pages scroll differently than the rest of Safari. Andrew Orr finds out the differences between scrolling on iOS.
Serious work, driven by competition, is being done to develop Siri as a better artificial intelligence. Pioneering work is being done on how Siri, in the future, will assess the accuracy of its information. When the human-machine conversation gets really sophisticated, will Siri be able to judge its own authoritativeness? Will we?
Amazon has launched a new service called Charts that does two things. The first isn’t all that interesting, a list of the Top 20 books that have been sold. But the second is that Charts offer a Top 20 list of books being read. Bryan Chaffin talks about the good and the bad aspects of this innovative service.
Steven Levy has written a stellar article at Wired about his tour of the new Apple campus, Apple Park, aka The Mothership. The focus is on the design details inspired by Steve Jobs and the building as “Steve’s gift.” John read the article and has some follow-on thoughts to offer.