WatchOS 5 Proposal from Matt Birchler

watchOS 5: A Relatively Modest Proposal Matt Birchler, the WatchOS reviewer extraordinaire, set out some “modest” proposals for the next version of WatchOS, WatchOS 5. Now, Matt doesn’t work for Apple so these are merely his ideas and wishes but they include some that I’m sure you can relate to. His WatchOS 5 proposals include […]

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Jason Snell on the Logitech Base

Six Colors Review logitech base It’s also a bit too upright to do much typing on the software keyboard—this is an angle suited more for watching video than anything else. I suspect this explains a lot about who this device is targeted towards, not necessarily the iPad power user but instead the type of person […]

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Logi Base is a New Smart Connector Equipped Charging Doc

One of the interesting features the iPad Pro shipped with is the smart connector. This little adaptor at the bottom of the iPad Pro had looked like it had been designed for use with a keyboard where a user could plug one in and have a wired transfer of data and power. However, there was […]

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Apple Patents Compact Folding Telephoto Lens

Apple patents ultra-compact folding telephoto lens for mobile devices – AppleInsider As someone with an interest in photography, this seems like a really interesting idea, but one with potential issues. One of the reasons I picked up a digital camera was to get optical zooming lenses. Since getting one I changed mindset and actually adopted […]

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MacStories Turns 7

MacStories Turns 7 Today, Federico Viticci’s legendary site, MacStories turn 7. It’s a great achievement for any site to stick around so long and in Internet years it must be around 100. A lot of that longevity and success lies in Federicco and his teams direction and brilliant writing and reporting. In case you haven’t heard […]

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The Macs Apple Was Selling in 1996

The Macs Apple Was Selling in 1996 In recent times I have often seen mentioned a specific moment in Apple’s history — when Steve Jobs came back in 1997 and started streamlining the Macintosh product line as part of the plan to save the company from bankruptcy. This bit tends to surface every time Apple […]

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