Apple seems to enjoy doing this to us. That is, making the process of selecting an iPad really hard. A lower level product leapfrogs a pro product in some technical respects. Deciding which to buy then involves a very careful analysis and comparison of the specs. And user needs.
Apple services have been wildly successful. They work well for Apple and its customers. In time, there will be many more.
One thing from the Apple Event on Tuesday left Andrew scratching his head: Why is the Apple Watch Series 3 back?
Dr. Mac has gotten over his fear of coding with Swift Playgrounds on his Mac and iPad, and his biggest takeaway is that it’s not longer just for kids.
Adam Mosseri, CEO of Facebook-owned company Instagram, is the latest to hit back against Apple’s privacy feature that will limit invasive tracking in iOS 14
Apple’s new ‘Over Sharing’ video ad tries to be cute but ends up being cryptic and ignorable. Apple can do better.
Apple’s Mac mini invokes strong reactions from most users. It sits in a twilight zone of performance and price. But, properly configured, it can make for a formidable Mac.
Now that everyone is doing it, Dr. Mac has some tips for making your streaming videos look better and more professional.
Apple Insider looks at the history of the PowerPC to Intel transition, what Tim Cook has said to date, practical constraints, and product timing logic to lay out a thoughtful roadmap for Apple Silicon release dates.
Dr. Mac is back with more things to try when good Macs go bad…
Apple is profiting from the pandemic, and some might, at first blush, (wrongly) assume that’s bad. Akin to profiteering. But, actually, it’s an outward sign that Apple is doing things right for its customers.
After more than three decades as a Mac user, trainer, and troubleshooter, Dr. Mac has seen and resolved more Mac snafus than most. Here are some things he recommends you try when a good Mac goes bad…
Apple has been recording the virtual iPhone 12 keynote event. Details have been leaked.
The first wave of Apple TV+ subscriptions come up for renewal in early November. Apple is taking steps to make sure those subscriptions get converted from free to paid. John makes a list.
Apple developers have complained for years about various App Store practices and policies. Now, a major work of technical journalism exposes the inconsistencies that allow Apple to justify getting its way.
A reliable predictor of Apple goings on, Jon Prosser, has given us some important Apple dates to ponder.
Automation and increasing abstraction are what computers are all about. But when does it get creepy and out of control?