Recent events at and products from Apple suggest that there’s a re-emphasized focus on engineering. John suspects who’s behind it.
There are plenty of use cases for the iPod Touch, but the exorbitantly high price means it is very hard to justify buying one.
This is part 2 of John’s continuing saga of a failed MacBook Pro. Herein: experiences in the local Apple store.
John has loved his 2015 MacBook. It served him well.
For the first time in 15 years, John has had a Mac product fail utterly. The experience confirms the observations of others.
While Apple has had a presence at prior ISTE events, the company made an obvious effort to increase the number of educators who could get into its display and get their hands on Apple technology.
There are popular products in Apple’s lineup of consumer products. But the resurgence of the Mac suggests that Apple realizes that scientists won’t be doing research that changes the world on an iPad.
A story out of Australia announced that smartphone users are sprouting horns, but don’t believe the hype: this isn’t caused by radiation.
John, who often obsesses over all things video, made the leap to 4K/UHD TV long ago. But he’s not making the leap to a 4K/UHD Blu-ray player. He tells us why.
The desire for a more affordable Mac Pro has cultural and psychological origins that are, in fact, unwarranted.
At the risk of invoking the term “cheese grater 2.0” (everyone else will), Apple has unleashed a powerful new Mac Pro that looks to have fully acknowledged the need of pros and appears to have done everything right. Congrats to Apple.
WWDC 2019 is 11 days away, with the big keynote taking place on June 3. Andrew shares his iOS 13 wish list.
It’s irritating when the keyboard on a MacBook of some kind fails. But are the complaints out of proportion? John weighs in.
People like to focus on the differences between Steve Jobs and Tim Cook, but commencement addresses both men gave show many similarities.
Project Marzipan, bringing iOS apps to the Mac, is not a prelude to merging the OSes. It’s actually a protective measure for macOS.
A deeper exploration of streaming Channels reveals that things are not as straightforward as we would like as customers.
Have you purchased a new Apple product and received an invitation for a free setup call? Lisa Hamilton says that even seasoned Apple veterans can benefit from these calls and should take advantage of them.
Senior Vice President of Retail, Angela Ahrendts, recently left Apple. Her three lessons learned provide valuable insights.
Phone calls on the iPhone take up the entire screen, but Andrew has an alternative solution: What if calls came in like other notifications?