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Category Archives: Apple
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!
I remembered something. This: It’s the Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.9, which I fondled back in 2011(!). It seemed handier than the contemporaneous iPad, and the dimensions reflect that: Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.9: 9.09″ x 6.21″ x 0.34″ iPad 2: 9.50″ … Continue reading
I had to know. I couldn’t ask anyone else to do it. And I needed to see it all for myself.
I’ve watched three recent YouTube videos. Two have it in the 80,000-range, one has it in the 60,000-range. I’ll believe the eighty. This is not a tablet too weak to handle Google Books PDFs. So the iBooks crashes are inexplicable … Continue reading
Same-day update after the break. Apple is left with one iPad Mini now. The 4 with 128GBs of internal storage. Still with its aging A8 CPU. It was just back on November 21, 2016 that I wondered if the holiday … Continue reading
Twitter: Cook: “Wait! No! That’s not what I meant!”
Weekend reading: Insanely Simple: The Obsession That Drives Apple’s Success Highly recommended. Many tales of Steve Jobs and Apple that are instructive. One I want to point out.