One of John’s wishlist items is an iOS (and macOS) app that would allow clear and flexible management of all Apple services. Here’s his concept.
Rumors of a dark mode for iOS refuse to die. Andrew certainly isn’t the first to do this, but just for fun he created dark mode apps.
Apple’s video ads often get criticized for many reasons, good and bad. But Apple’s iPhone Privacy ad is one of the best. John explains why.
Out of all of Apple’s new subscription services, there is one that is missing: Apple Books+. This is something that has been on Andrew’s wishlist for a couple years.
Yesterday’s keynote was filled with Apple services and subscriptions, and each speaker noted how each service is Private & Secure™.
Apple creates finely crafted hardware that inspires us and also protects our privacy. Why shouldn’t all Apple services preserve that standard?
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.
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 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 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.
Some health and fitness apps were found to immediately share health data with Facebook, even if you don’t have a Facebook account.
There is every indication that Apple is planning for big changes to the Mac lineup.
John imagines what he would tell himself, as an Apple customer, if he could go back in time 20 years.
There was a time when it was fairly clear what Apple wanted to achieve in the marketplace. Not so much anymore.
There are definitely real concerns about this, but it’s not a scandal, and screen recording isn’t an abuse of iOS.