There was a time when it was fairly clear what Apple wanted to achieve in the marketplace. Not so much anymore.
Lots of articles are trying to put together a collective, coherent theory about why Angela Ahrendts is leaving Apple.
Dr. Mac says that using a Mac to compose words has changed dramatically over the years. Find out how things have changed in this week’s Dr. Mac’s Rants & Raves… a delightful little ditty he likes to call Writing for Print vs. Writing for the Web.
In this episode of Rants & Raves, Dr. Mac reveals two of his best secrets for getting work done and staying focused.
There are definitely real concerns about this, but it’s not a scandal, and screen recording isn’t an abuse of iOS.
Dr. Mac says when he first heard about Rocketbook, a line of “endlessly reusable digital notebooks,” he was sure that “environmentally friendly high-tech notebook” was an oxymoron akin to “jumbo shrimp” or “exact estimate.”
After trying them, he admits he was wrong.
Siri is just good enough that it makes us think about where it could go next. John asks the tough questions.
Companies that built their fortunes on internet data have too much at stake to preserve authoritative news or privacy. Apple stands in their way.
Dr. Mac’s a sucker for camera apps, especially the ones so cool that his friends and family download them before he finishes his demo. Discover three of his favorites this week in Dr. Mac’s Rants & Raves Episode #312.
Aside from investors who are accustomed to reaping a profit from their investment, it’s actually good for customers to worry about Apple’s health.
If Apple execs really want to alleviate their firm’s dependence on iPhone sales, they should grow their media offering.
Dr. Mac’s Rants & Raves Episode #313 World Backup Day isn’t until March 31, but I didn’t want this public service announcement to wait that long: You are going to lose every file on your Mac’s hard and/or solid state drive(s) if those files have not been backed up. – Bob “Dr. Mac” LeVitus Notice how…
The golden age of viewing TV shows and movies in just a few favored streaming services is about to come to an end. But this new era also opens a door for Apple.
Dr. Mac explains why he gets nostalgic about Macworld Expo at this time of year as he reflects on some of his favorite moments at the show.
With 4K TV sets now mainstream, 8K TVs shipping in 2019, Apple preparing new displays, 4K/HDR streaming in high gear, the pressure will be on Apple to deliver in all its video technologies.
The business approach to and pace of modern technological change is showing up as paralysis and depression, especially amongst our youth. Eventually, something has to give.
Not only do these signals not cause cancer, they are unable to do so without rewriting what we know of physics and biology. Here’s why.
Health monitoring the data-rich body is becoming big business. Apple is in the thick of it. That will change the face of the company.
Operations are supposed to be what Tim Cook does best. Under Steve Jobs he was the Chief Operating Officer at Apple. And while he may have done a great job there, he is a failure at it as CEO.