Having recently finished updating macOS Mojave For Dummies, Dr. Mac offers three of his favorite new Mojave features.
John has a new iPhone XS Max. He loves it. It’s not too big. He explains.
Dictating which news you’re allowed to see stems from Facebook’s corrupted business model. Apple, in contrast, does things in a very subtle, different way. Which company shall endure?
Apple calls its Mac operating system macOS. But what does the OS think of itself?
Dr. Mac spent last week immersed in the German perspective on future tech; now he offers predictions on what he thinks things might look like in tech a decade from now.
When you turn it on, it automatically deletes things when your Mac is running low on space. But it angers Andrew.
Those who have an iPhone X have little incentive to upgrade to an iPhone XS. But the iPhone XS Max appears to be a winner. At least until pre-orders start for the iPhone XR.
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.
Dr. Mac says he’s more excited about the Apple Watch Series 4 than the new iPhones, so this week he’s got some low-cost Apple Watch accessories he uses and recommends for Apple Watches of all generations.
The Apple Watch Series 4 appears to have tapped into an emerging cultural theme. And it will accelerate. John explains the significance.
These days, it’s all about discovering the key features of Apple’s newest iPhones — and Apple Watches. And then decide. John looks some of the best and worst reporting out there.
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.
In Rants & Raves Episode 295, Bob “Dr. Mac” LeVitus clarifies the confusion surrounding 32-bit apps and macOS 10.14 Mojave.
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.
Apple is in talks with The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, and The Washington Post about adding their content to Texture, Apple’s magazine subscription service.
John collects the news debris of the week that didn’t make the TMO headlines.
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.
Dr. Mac finds Affinity Photo even better than Photoshop at a handful of image editing things he does again and again.
There was a time when Apple, especially Steve Jobs, would spring a surprise on us at an event, and we were delighted. Times are too complex for that now.
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.