As noted by Craig Hockenberry, it has been a full decade since Apple shipped the first version of the iPhone SDK to developers. It’s hard to remember today that, in the beginning, the iPhone didn’t have third-party apps. It came with a handful of built-in apps written by Apple for things like checking stocks and
Today on The Vergecast: Making sense of the MacBook lineup, and what “shot on iPhone” really gets you.
Okay, so “space black” isn’t the Black MacBook return we were hoping for, but Apple’s new Pros sound pretty nice. Which one should you buy, though? It’s complicated. Plus, that Scary Fast event was shot on an iPhone — so where does that mean we are in the evolution of smartphone cameras? All that, and some AR glasses, and you don’t even have to listen at 8PM on a Monday night.