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Tuesday June 4, 2019. 11:51 PM
macOS Catalina will bring with it a new wireless continuity feature, Sidecar, that allows users to have an iPad as a Mac’s secondary display.
Dr. George Sowers holds an undergraduate degree in physics from Georgia Tech and a Ph.D. in physics from the University of Colorado in Quantum Field theory. He has worked for Lockheed Martin and the United Launch Alliance (ULA) where he was the chief scientist and vice...
Please join me in thanking SaneBox for joining us as a WWDC Coverage Sponsor for 2019. I have been a SaneBox user for almost six years now, and I can’t imagine life without it. Put quite simply, SaneBox becomes your very trainable (and coachable!) partner in taming your...
Yes, some things happened at WWDC, and your two geeks discuss them. But first, some Cool Stuff Found. We can’t ignore that stuff, after all! Then it’s time for a jam session all about macOS Catalina, the new Mac Pro, and a few other things related to Apple’s announcements...
WWDC confirmed that iTunes will be no more in macOS Catalina. It will be replaced by three new apps – Music, TV, and Podcasts.
We saw a preview of some macOS Catalina features on stage, but Apple didn’t have time to cover them all. On the preview page we see a full list of features coming.
LIke our iOS 13 device support page, we now have a list of the macOS Catalina device support. And it supports a wide range of devices.
Apple announced new tools for developers at WWDC which they said make it easier for developers to produce powerful new apps.
Starting with the macOS Catalina beta, your Mac will use Z shell as the default shell in Terminal, replacing Bash which has been on the Mac since 2002.
Sitting down with CBS News’ Norah O’Donnell, Tim Cook talks about iOS 13 privacy features like Sign In with Apple. The interview will air on CBS Evening News tonight at 6:30 EST.
The American Customer Satisfaction Index (ACSI) recently did an Apple customer satisfaction survey in which the company scored 81 out of 100. Other companies were included as well. Following a 1% jump, Samsung moves into a first-place tie with Apple at 81 despite smartphone...
It’s not just Apple anymore. A new antitrust probe launched by the House of Representatives examines Facebook, Google, and other tech giants. “Big Tech plays a huge role in our economy and our world,” said Ranking Member Collins (R-GA). “As tech has expanded its...
iOS 13 brings a lot of new updates, and the Photos app is getting some big new features. Here are all of the iOS 13 photo features coming.
A study called “SensorID: Sensor Calibration Fingerprinting for Smartphones” examined sensor fingerprinting techniques against smartphones. It found that Micro Electro Mechanical Systems (MEMS) are inaccurate in small ways that make them unique. But Apple thwarted this...
Dave and Kelly recap the first day of WWDC including the (public) keynote address and the State of the Union, new hardware, and new software.
Our sincere thanks to iMazing for joining us again this year as a WWDC coverage sponsor. iMazing is the Swiss Army Knife of iPhone management. It runs on your Mac, letting you make Time Machine style backups, easily transfer documents, media and content, manage your apps,...
Apple introduced Dark Mode in iOS 13 during Monday’s WWDC keynote event. My kneejerk reaction was that it looks much better and more useful than Dark Mode in macOS Mojave, but we have yet to test it. Below is the atmospheric video the company used to announce it. It includes...
Apple unveiled enhancements to Memoji for iOS 13 during Monday’s WWDC keynote address, including a variety of customizations designed to help you make your Memoji look more like you. What was interesting to me was the “Makeup Tutorial” starring Patrick Starrr and Desi...
Monday June 3, 2019. 11:33 PM
Here’s a Mac Pro (and Pro Display XDR) video, narrated by Jony Ive (and Dan Riccio) that didn’t make the cut during the WWDC 2019 Keynote.
In a blog post today, YouTube announced new policies when it comes to minors. YouTube bans minors from live streaming without an adult present, and comments on videos featuring minors have been disabled. The vast majority of videos featuring minors on YouTube, including...
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