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Saturday July 13, 2024. 12:13 AM
Apple’s upcoming operating systems have good historical hardware support, but devils dance in the details. Two MacBook Airs, three iPads, and three Apple Watches fall by the wayside this year. Older devices that are generally compatible won’t be able to take advantage of ...
Friday July 12, 2024. 05:58 PM
If you like TidBITS and Apple tech podcasts, take note: Adam Engst is now a regular contributor to Allison Sheridan’s Chit Chat Across the Pond podcast. For the inaugural episode, they talk about how to avoid missing calendar and reminder notifications and a slew of...
Thursday July 11, 2024. 04:05 PM
The Unofficial Apple Weblog, an early player in the Apple blogosphere that has been defunct for a decade, has been revived as an AI-powered site that rewrites content from other sites. iLounge suffered the same fate. Avoid both sites from now on.
Curious about what the Internet was like 30 years ago, in 1994? Fast Company has published an article looking at 15 websites from that year, but for a much more comprehensive (and amusing) view, check out the “Internet Explorer’s Kit for Macintosh” book by Adam Engst...
Tuesday July 9, 2024. 12:18 AM
Despite the seemingly universal outrage about tech companies scraping the open Web to train their models, Adam Engst finds himself largely unperturbed. 
Saturday July 6, 2024. 06:17 PM
In his continuing search for apps that don’t let you forget something because you missed a single notification, Adam Engst looks at Due, which provides persistent notifications for reminders on all your Apple devices.
If you published a two-factor authentication app, wouldn’t you require authenticated requests to all endpoints?Read original article
Friday July 5, 2024. 08:52 PM
Brings improvements for the recently introduced Live Calendars feature. (Free, 390.2 MB, macOS 12.1+)
Wednesday July 3, 2024. 06:41 PM
Open-source file transfer app adds support for versioning of files edited in external application. (Free, 149.6 MB, macOS 10.13+)
Adds compatibility with macOS 15 Sequoia Developer Beta 2. ($39.99 new, free update, 49.5 MB, macOS 10.13+)
Tuesday July 2, 2024. 11:56 PM
In this wide-ranging podcast conversation, Adam Engst and hosts Joe Saponare and Jerry Zigmont explore some of the deeper questions surrounding generative AI.
Monday July 1, 2024. 10:52 PM
Although much of the white paper addresses issues surrounding repairability, Apple points out that the larger goal of longevity requires a more all-encompassing approach.Read original article
If Slack on the iPhone displays “Only some people can post.” in channels where you should have posting permissions, force-quit it to fix the problem.
Apple Intelligence, backed by the company’s Private Cloud Compute service, takes a new approach to generative AI which prioritizes user security, privacy, and safety. Cloud computing expert and TidBITS security editor Rich Mogull explains how this works, starting with the...
Adds a Watchlist feature that allows monitoring of specific securities for potential trading or investing opportunities. ($59.88/$83.88/$119.88 annual subscription, free update, 3.2 MB, macOS 11+)
Friday June 28, 2024. 05:14 PM
Adds new machine learning-powered Enhance Light and Color effect to Final Cut Pro and Motion. ($299.99/$49.99/$49.99 new, free update, various sizes, macOS 13.5+)
Brings improvements and stability fixes to the task management app. ($74.99 new, free update, 31.5 MB, macOS 13+)
Updates support for new cameras and lenses, including the front and back cameras of the recently released iPad Air and iPad Pro. ($9.99/$19.99/$59.99 monthly Creative Cloud subscription, free update, macOS
Refreshes Cardhop's contact card design and improves Openings Editor accessibility support in Fantastical. $56.99 annual subscription, free update, 66.1/30.2 MB, macOS 11+)
Wednesday June 26, 2024. 08:25 PM
Tired of being late to meetings because you were focused on a task and missed a subtle notification in the corner of the screen? The In Your Face app takes over the entire Mac screen for its alerts, ensuring you never miss an event again.
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