In a few key, non-iPhone areas, Apple has managed to surprise us with a new theme. Settling for second best.
Dr. Mac has started using an unusual font that, according to researchers, can help you remember more. Read all about it in Dr. Mac’s Rants & Raves Episode #323: Sans Forgetica: The Font That Helps You Remember!
With their latest pricing and tech specs, Apple has declared that the iMac, of all types, is now a pro device.
Apple has told us that Face ID is more secure than Touch iD. It’s the future. So Apple’s decision to use Touch ID on the new iPad mini and Air contradicts Apple’s privacy goal. John discusses.
Apple and Spotify are engaged in a high-profile battle, but perhaps it is time they now went their separate ways.
If traditional iMac shipment schedules held, Apple would have shipped a 2018 iMac with Coffee Lake CPUs. It hasn’t happened. John ponders why.
Dr Mac has had an Apple Watch Series 4 GPS + Cellular ($499) since late last year, and he says everything he ever said about the original Apple Watch is still true.
The iMac still has a lot going for it, but in the end Charlotte decided to replace her MacBook Pro with a Mac Mini.
There is not doubt that Apple’s streaming TV service is a good idea. But there is also reason for concern. It’s all about spinning plates.
It’s like a fever. Foldable smartphones are on the way. A foldable iPhone probably isn’t far behind. And maybe iPads too.
Dr. Mac demonstrates how he enjoys having his Mac and iOS devices read almost anything to him without spending a penny.
It’s far too easy to off-handedly declare that all capitalists are plunderers of our planet as well as those in the supply chain. But for Apple, it’s not true.
The art of cutting the cord is a mental challenge and is just as involved as mastering a Mac or and iPad.
Apple is a company we trust. Personal robots can be scary. Who better to earn our trust in robots than Apple?
Dr. Mac hasn’t used either of his document scanners in months; discover why in this week’s thrilling episode (#320) of Dr. Mac’s Rants & Raves at The Mac Observer.
Apple doesn’t disclose Apple Watch shipments, but there are indirect ways to estimate, and the numbers are becoming impressive.
There is a current debate about whether Apple should be thinking about and delivering a foldable iPhone. John says no.
Dr. Mac had high hopes for AirSelfie 2, a reasonably priced (under $200), pocket-sized drone made of anodized aeronautical grade aluminum with a 12-megapixel HD camera with anti-vibration shock absorbers. Read Dr. Mac’s Rants & Raves Episode #319 and learn how his hopes were dashed…
There’s been a frenzy of discussion about 5G wireless lately. What can we actually expect from Apple? And When?
Some health and fitness apps were found to immediately share health data with Facebook, even if you don’t have a Facebook account.