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Category Archives: Apple
@stroughtonsmith won’t leave it alone.
This so misses the point (Twitter; which I use as a search engine now): He goes on to make the point that price drives sales — which I’ve said all along — but if people look at that 2% revenue … Continue reading
All specs, except iPhone, taken from GSM Arena. *Here I disagree with everyone else. Everyone is seeing this (via 9to5Mac): And thinking the “function area” will be a permanent placement. I say no. That would be stupid. I think we’ll … Continue reading
Ah, the current superphone! It has a 4K screen. Which mainly runs at 1080, except for media, but it can be hacked to make 4K run all of the time (unless you need to make a phone call!).
Twitter: The Apple representative is: Who recently posted at YouTube a video about VR word processing(!?). See it after the break.
At prior blogs: I’ve Fondled The iPhone!! Southern NYC iDay 2007 In 56 Photos!
Apple’s AR is closer to reality than Google’s At WWDC earlier this month, Craig Federighi described ARKit as “the largest AR platform in the world,” and he was right. Yep. But while they’re showing you the same damn tape measuring … Continue reading
Because it’s fun. But sad. Since the earliest iPhone that could download a Google Books PDF, I’ve been doing these damned tests, waiting for the day when an iProduct would be powerful enough to display them without making me want … Continue reading
The video after the break is less than four minutes. I used the same methodology as in the other post: My methodology was to download each (they display in Safari first), hit “Open in iBooks” in Safari, wait for iBooks … Continue reading
I don’t know about anyone else, but I get a real kick out of seeing magazine stuff over one hundred years old on a tablet!