Opinions and Editorials
A misuse of the immense power Apple has over what apps can be used on its devices.
The amount of iOS games on display at E3 2015 is encouraging. The types of games, however, are not.
Pay attention, Mac and iOS gamers. This week includes you, too.
Whatever it is, I hope it will reflect the Jobs/Ive/Cue passion for drivers’ cars.
Apple faces a tough sell to Millennials and to old fogies like me.
You’ll need a recent model iPad in order to take advantage of SlideOver, picture in picture, and split view.
The addition of even this limited sort of multi-windowed multitasking is a big step forward for the iOS.
You’ll love looking at it and picking it up. You won’t love using it.
Oddly, “better than Microsoft” is only the third most popular reason.
There’s some life behind that old click wheel just yet.
Dropbox is still Cloud king in terms of backward compatibility OS support, but is Snow Leopard next?
It’s more than just iPhone compatibility. I’ve come to expect from my cars what I expect from my Macs.