Charlotte has spent a full week with an iPhone XR, having previously used Android phones. Overall, there is a lot that she likes about it.
iOS 13 officially out, and it brings a privacy feature called Sign In with Apple. Andrew created a template to make it a feature request.
Amidst all the fuss about iOS 13/13.1 and new iPhones, John found some real gems in this week’s news roundup.
Apple held its fall product announcement event last week in Cupertino, and although Dr. Mac wasn’t there, he watched it on Apple TV and (big surprise) has some strong opinions…
Soccer teams can go through a “transition season” when they get new players or a new manager. Apple might be going through the same thing.
It has been argued that there are identifiable design trends in the iPhone 11 as we move into the post Jonny Ive era.
Dr. Mac has literally millions of files on thirteen hard disks stored in two locations (or three if you count the cloud), and now he has the app that helps him wrangle all those files: NeoFinder.
John was all set to replace his iPad mini 3 with an iPad mini 5. Then Apple announced the low cost, 7th generation iPad for $329. Will he shift gears?
After every Apple event, there is some griping. Missing products that were hoped for. High prices. Boring presentations. Not this time.
The profitability of cars is low. And Apple is a mass-market consumer electronics company that maintains high margins. Seeking Alpha argues that Apple should use its AI tech for home robots instead.
Regardless of what you might seek—a new or used Mac, a peripheral, an iDevice, a performance upgrade, a protective case, or something else entirely—Dr. Mac almost always has an opinion on where he likes to shop for the best product of that type at the lowest price.
Bob “Dr. Mac” LeVitus has been poring over macOS Catalina betas while working on his next For Dummies books, and he has compiled a list of features he thinks you’ll love about the next macOS release.
Disney+ has launched so many salvos at Apple TV+ that Apple may have no choice but to make the service free, at least initially.
With reports of increased spending and siginficant hires, it looks like Apple is ready to compete seriously against the likes of Netflix.
You’re stranded on a desert island. You’ve got a brand-new Mac and can add just 5 third-party apps. Which apps would they be and why? Never mind the electricity, Internet, or other logical thoughts—what five apps would you not want to be without? Find out Dr. Mac’s top five this week in his Rants & Raves column!
How will Apple make up for slightly declining iPhone sales and a 2019 iPhone that lacks 5G? Simple. Pour on the coals with other products. About time.
The leaked pricing for Apple TV+ is certainly intentional and designed to gauge the reaction in the community.
The iMac, in 1998, saved Apple from an extinction event. Today, it endures and embodies the best of desktop computing. Here’s the story.
Dr. Mac says most (or at least many) people compose longer written prose in a word processor… and that may be a mistake. He believe that you’ll do better work and finish it faster if you use a text editor instead of a word processor or page layout program for all but final drafts.
Apple opened Pandora’s Box with the iPhone X name. Now things could get quickly out of hand.