The unloved, beautiful, black duckling of a 2013 Mac Pro has been a workhorse for John for almost six years. He tells its story.
Episode eight of the Morning Show goes back in time, and gives a good insight into how the various characters came to be where they are now.
As carriers do, nomenclature and technology get manipulated for the sake of marketing, bragging rights and coverage maps. Plus, 5G bio safety issues are being more extensively explored.. Buckle up.
It’s getting to be quite a process to upgrade a Mac to a new version of macOS. Here are three things John thinks could make the process less nerve-wracking and increase user confidence.
It is the time of year when we look back at the previous 12 months, so Charlotte reveals her favorite apps and games of 2019.
Apple lets you go into iOS settings and change your default search engine. But Google is still the default engine when you search via Spotlight.
The Morning Show team returns to New York after covering the wildfires in LA, but it’s not all that good to be home for America’s family.
John has had some very notable, interesting, even spectacular guests on his Background Mode Podcast recently. Here’s a recap.
So, each year Dr. Mac tests dozens of iPhone cases and selects the handful he likes best to share (in Dr. Mac’s Rants & Raves Episode 359).
Dr. Mac has done the research, and has his official recommendation for a mesh network for those looking to upgrade their Wi-Fi or replace Apple’s canceled AirPort networks.
With some new blockbuster games available on iOS, Charlotte decided that an Apple Arcade subscription just wasn’t providing enough value.
Do we generally approve of the path down which technology has taken us? It’s time to reflect on where we are as 2020 looms.
Apple is known for tackling the grandest of human challenges: best-of-class computational tools, responsible manufacturing, equal rights and respect for all, powerful story telling, privacy, security, and great planetary stewardship. Elevator music isn’t a worthy endeavor.
There is one rather important feature missing from Apple TV+ when you watch on a Mac – the skip intro button.
Apple listens to its pro Mac customers without getting overwhelmed. Just how does the company do that?
Apple TV+’s See has a lot going on for it on the surface, but beneath that surface is a show about people, relationships, politics, and a reality that challenges most of us to think differently.
Dr. Mac used to eschew protecting his iPhones in any way, but after he scratched one iPhone and cracked the screen of another, he changed his tune…
On a micro level, it’s flawless, even while the macro level is imperfect. Regardless, it’s a fascinating show that Bryan Chaffin is enjoying immensely.
Bryan Chaffin is adding this to my growing pile of evidence that Apple cares about the Mac again, as the 15-inch MacBook Pro was introduced just a few months ago.
Apple should consider dramatically cutting the price of the new Mac Pro when it announces availability, and it should be releasing a more current update within 12 months to make the Mac Pro competitive.