Day One blog: Day One 2 will be a new app on Mac and iOS with two headlining features: multiple journals and multiple photos per entry. It will remain a paid app and be priced at $9.99 for iOS and $39.99 for Mac. We will provide a 50% discount to both apps during the first … Continue reading Introducing Day One 2
A classic game for MacOS, I hope someone ports this to iOS.Edit: Miles at tinyapps.org got in touch and pointed out that Glider is already available for iOS and OS X.Via Hacker News.
The Verge: The DeLorean could soon be going back into production thanks to a new law that exempts small volume car manufacturers from the safety requirements applied to most new car makers.I'd suggest paying for the Flux Capacitor option so you can go back in time and tell yourself not to buy a car that … Continue reading The DeLorean Motor Company May Soon Start Building ‘New’ Cars
Speaking of special edition iPods, here's a retrospective I wrote back in 2013 about one of the oddest partnerships Apple ever embarked upon which resulted in the HP iPod.
Stephen Hackett takes a look at one of Apple's lesser-known special edition iPods.
A couple of days ago, Bradley Chambers lamented about the painful process of restoring iCloud backups when the target device is running an earlier version of iOS than the backup was created with: Teacher just bought iPad Air 2, but won’t restore from iCloud until she updates, wipes, and restores again (9.1 vs 9.1.2 backup). … Continue reading On the iCloud Backup Restore Process
It's been ten years this month since the first Macs with Intel processors were announced, a pivotal change that had been announced at 2005's WWDC Keynote.This transition would start with the announcement of the iMac and MacBook Pro, the PowerBook's replacement, in January 2006. These two models were, initially, the only machines available with the … Continue reading Ten Years of the Mac With Intel Inside