The internet is all over the map trying to figure out whether Apple’s service and hardware strategies for 2019 are going to work well together.
In this week’s episode (#318 for those keeping track) Dr. Mac explains why he loves Apple User Groups and why you’re missing out if you’re not part of one.
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.
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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.
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Companies that built their fortunes on internet data have too much at stake to preserve authoritative news or privacy. Apple stands in their way.