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Today on The Vergecast: Making sense of the MacBook lineup, and what “shot on iPhone” really gets you.
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.
·theverge.com·
Today on The Vergecast: Making sense of the MacBook lineup, and what “shot on iPhone” really gets you.
Apple Releases iOS and iPadOS 17.1 with New Apple Music Features, Small iPad Enhancements, and More
Apple Releases iOS and iPadOS 17.1 with New Apple Music Features, Small iPad Enhancements, and More
Today, Apple released iOS and iPadOS 17.1 – the first major updates to the operating systems that launched (and I reviewed) in September. I’ll cut to the chase: these are not big updates and don’t come with new emoji. Instead, iOS and iPadOS 17.1 bring a variety of previously-announced (and then delayed) features such as
·macstories.net·
Apple Releases iOS and iPadOS 17.1 with New Apple Music Features, Small iPad Enhancements, and More
1738 - Dual Layer (podcast)
1738 - Dual Layer (podcast)
02:19:51 - We recorded this weeks ago I genuinely don't remember what we all even talked about but uh we'll see you next week when I remember that on…
·listennotes.com·
1738 - Dual Layer (podcast)
Vivaldi for iOS Is Not Delivering on Its Promise Just Yet
Vivaldi for iOS Is Not Delivering on Its Promise Just Yet
Third-party web browsers on iOS and iPadOS have been in a peculiar state for some time. While it has been possible since iOS 14 to set a third-party browser as the default for opening web links, Apple still doesn’t permit the use of third-party browser engines — at least for now. This means third-party web
·macstories.net·
Vivaldi for iOS Is Not Delivering on Its Promise Just Yet
Jared Newman | Fast Company
Jared Newman | Fast Company
Articles and posts written and edited by Jared Newman
·fastcompany.com·
Jared Newman | Fast Company
Last Week in Fediverse – ep 40
Last Week in Fediverse – ep 40
Three stories that all relate to governance, in their own different ways. Mbin is a new fork of Kbin, due to governance issues at Kbin. A research paper on that gives some structure to how different Mastodon servers organise their rules. And Owncast runs into issues with how Apple governs access to the App Store.
·fediversereport.com·
Last Week in Fediverse – ep 40
Annual Report 2022
Annual Report 2022
The 2022 Annual Report is now available for download! As a non-profit organization supported exclusively by donations, we like to keep our community updated on our yearly progress, and 2022 was an interesting year to say the least.
·blog.joinmastodon.org·
Annual Report 2022
August Update: Kept You Waiting, Huh? | PINE64
August Update: Kept You Waiting, Huh? | PINE64
We apologize for the lack of regular community updates during the past few months. In short, the people who usually wrote them became very busy. However, we have a new way to write and publish these…
·pine64.org·
August Update: Kept You Waiting, Huh? | PINE64
The History of Cover Flow
The History of Cover Flow
Over the last decade or so, Apple has been hard at work in simplifying the user interfaces that power its myriad platforms. I've welcomed most of that work, but it's hard to deny that we've all lost some things along the way. Today, we look at a UI element that started life in iTunes, but [...]
·512pixels.net·
The History of Cover Flow