In our Mac Geek Gab forums, Brian Monroe has a warning for people wanting to try the macOS Big Sur beta.
We have a deal on the InPaint Photo Editing App Bundle for Mac and Windows, a collection of photo editing apps. Those apps include InPaint, iResizer, iResizer, Multi-View, Multi-View, BatchInpaint, and PhotoStitcher. All apps work on either Mac or Windows, but note that the license is for one device only. You can read up on the details of each app in the deal listing. This app bundle is $24.99 through our deal.
The winners of this year’s Apple Design Awards have been announced with developers of both apps and games receiving the accolade.
ZDnet has a list of 16 Web APIs that Apple declined to add to Safari over concerns they could be used to track users.
The vast majority of these APIs are only implemented in Chromium-based browsers, and very few on Mozilla’s platform.
Apple claims that the 16 Web APIs above would allow online advertisers and data analytics firms to create scripts that fingerprint users and their devices.
Apple is treating Apple Card as a service, not just a physical product, and will continue to add merchants to its 3% Daily Cash program.
Exxon Mobil is offering a deal for Apple customers. When you use Exxon and Mobil stations you can get 3% cash back with Apple Pay.
On June 29, 2007, the first iPhone went on sale. Amidst the huge advances, today’s version remains recognizably, reassuringly, similar.
Laundry symbols are a type of mysterious hieroglyphics that can tell you if an item of clothing has special washing or drying needs. Laundry Lens is a new app I discovered over the weekend that helps you decode these symbols. All you have to do is take a picture of the label and it will tell you what each symbol means. There are over 70 laundry symbols you can browse, or search by their descriptions. App Store: Free
Your questions haven’t stopped, and neither have our answers! How to deal with a full disk? What to do for slow internet speeds? How to best manage your battery? All of these topics are addressed, plus Cool Stuff Found, Quick Tips, and more. Press play and enjoy learning at least five new things with John and Dave this week!
As part of its ongoing antitrust investigation, the Department of Justice is examining Apple’s rules for the App Store, like the 30% tax.
Andrew shows us how to get Safari 14 features like Privacy Report without having to download the macOS Big Sur beta.
John Gruber’s edition of his Talk Show following the WWDC keynote is always worth a watch/listen. This year it was obviously recorded remotely, but Apple SVP Craig Federighi joined from a Apple Park to help dive into the all the announcements.
A WWDC20 presentation shows how Apple is adding support for encrypted DNS to iOS 14 and macOS 11. It will support HTTPS and TLS.
Andrew Orr and Dave Hamilton join host Kelly Guimont to discuss the latest privacy changes from WWDC, and the Macworld All-Star Band reunion.
In the thrilling conclusion to last week’s mind-mapping column, this week Dr. Mac talks about four macOS mind-mapping apps.
We have a deal on a Universal Mobile Phone Screen Magnifier. This device features an acrylic lens screen that zooms your phone screen 2 to 3 times to avoid visual fatigue and better viewing. It also features a built-in Bluetooth speaker. Check out the details on the full deal listing. This device is $21.99 through our deal.
Following the WWDC 2020 keynote, I moderated a panel hosted by Setapp to unpack some of the key announcements. Joining me was Oleksandr Kosovan (CEO and Founder at MacPaw), Denys Zhadanov (Vice President at Readdle), Max Seelemann (Co-Founder and Lead Developer at Ulysses), and Christian Owens (Co-Founder and CEO at Paddle). Amongst other things, they discussed what the newly announced updates will mean for the Apple developer community and how the new macOS/iOS features could affect end-users. The different panelists have a variety of takes, and I really enjoyed listening to what they had to say.
The Macworld All-Star Band, best known for appearances at the now-defunct Macworld Conference & Expo, reunited for a virtual performance of “Feelin’ Alright,” that was released earlier today.
Apple is partnering with Dori Media productions in Israel on a neo-noir psychological thriller called “Losing Alice.”