John has a new iPhone XS Max. He loves it. It’s not too big. He explains.
Apple calls its Mac operating system macOS. But what does the OS think of itself?
When you turn it on, it automatically deletes things when your Mac is running low on space. But it angers Andrew.
Many an Apple customer, and maybe even Apple itself, dreams of making the Apple Watch independent of the iPhone someday. But it won’t happen any time soon.
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The Apple Watch Series 4 appears to have tapped into an emerging cultural theme. And it will accelerate. John explains the significance.
During Apple’s September 12 iPhone event, the company’s COO, Jeff Williams, said that “The Apple Watch has become the intelligent guardian of your health.” There is more to that statement than meets the eye.
iPhone buying advice is hard because people have a wide variety of communication needs. And feelings about Apple. That’s why you’ll see so many opinions from so many different authors. John helps us psych up for that.
Everyone assumes that the full technological panoply of AI will be judiciously monitored, regulated and contained for the public good. Right. Just like Facebook handled outsider misinformation.
Last year, Apple introduced the iPhone X which starts at US$999. This caused quite a ruckus, but customers made it Apple’s top selling iPhone. This trend isn’t going to change.
A solid report from Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman suggests that a new Mac mini may be imminent. But it probably won’t bear any semblance to its predecessors. John has some ideas.