Apple News+ landed in the UK and Australia earlier this week and Charlotte has so far have been pretty impressed with what she’s seen.
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.
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.
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.
With reports of increased spending and siginficant hires, it looks like Apple is ready to compete seriously against the likes of Netflix.
The leaked pricing for Apple TV+ is certainly intentional and designed to gauge the reaction in the community.
Apple opened Pandora’s Box with the iPhone X name. Now things could get quickly out of hand.
Apple has the power to wisely clamp down on apps that clearly violate our trust and privacy. Look for life to get more difficult for developers who misbehave.
Apple puts four USB-C Ports on a MacBook Pro to make us believe that it’s a “pro” machine. The trouble is, we all do the same things with ports on a MacBook Air which only has two ports. This crippling is all very callous and manipulative by Apple.
UK digtial bank Monzo confessed it stored some users’ PINs, including Charlotte’s, wrongly, in an incident that is damaging to customer trust.
In this part 4, John concludes his saga about a failed 2018 MacBook Pro and its Thunderbolt Dock. It’s been quite an adventure.
In this part 3, John continues the saga about a failed 2018 MacBook Pro and its Thunderbolt Dock. It’s been quite an adventure.
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.