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?
This thrilling episode (#395 for those keeping score) offers up a trio of inexpensive utilities Dr. Mac uses regularly to speed his workflow and keep his Macs running smoothly.
Apple may have exciting plans for the trackpad on ARM-based MacBook Pros.
On August 4, Apple announced a new iMac and a minor update to the iMac Pro. Only the new iMac is fabulous.
Dr. Mac says, “If you only buy apps from the Mac App Store, you’ll miss out on many useful, reasonably priced, and effort-saving Mac apps.
Dr. Mac is frequently asked for advice on adding storage to a Mac, so he distilled his thoughts into a checklist to help you decide on your next storage upgrade.
This week, P.D. opens with an exciting change to the iPhone telephoto camera—a periscope lens system. It’s Apple’s next iPhone vision.
Unlike Roku and Amazon, Apple has immediately welcomed HBO Max and Peacock to its own streaming TV systems, tvOS and iOS. Apple’s TV strategy is interesting.
John has mixed feelings about this new TV streaming service in his NBC Peacock review.
This week, Particle Debris opens with an in-depth look at ARM technology as well as a former Apple exec’s view of how the Apple Silicon move will change the entire computer industry.
Dr. Mac offers food for thought in a column you might want to read before you install a beta operating system on any device.
Tests prove that Safari outperforms Google Chrome on a Mac. Because of that and the extra privacy, Charlotte is going to give it another try.
Tom Hanks explained the concept behind his film Greyhound, but critics still didn’t get it. John offers his review.
Greyhound is an exciting movie on Apple TV+, designed to make a splash. But, as with any historical presentation of war, there’s a lot more behind the scenes to know about.
Dr. Mac has been a fan of Setapp (the Netflix of Mac apps) since it was introduced and thinks it’s a fantastic value, allowing you to use any or all of its 180+ high-quality apps for just $9.99 a month.
This week Dr. Mac raves about useful shortcuts with the Mac’s Option key.
Dr. Mac separates the wheat from the chaff, detailing what mattered (to him) after Apple’s Worldwide Developer Conference last week.