In which I run down my thought process when writing my piece on location-based, persistent notifications on iOS.
We’re in a very good couple of weeks for video games, and I had to take a few minutes to gush about them.
I have recently started using calendars to manage my tasks and it’s working out surprisingly well so far! Today I walk through why it works better with my brain and his currently helping manage both my busy and non-busy time better.
I know a thing or two about payments, and Apple Pay is very impressive tech. Much like AirPods, Apple Pay is a simple idea executed incredibly well. I did my best to sum up why you should se this up on your iPhone today.
I discuss this argument that some people make about Apple being in a lot of trouble because their high-end hardware will cease to be an important differentiator in the near future as low-cost smartphones start to take off. If hardware is commoditized, then what is Apple to do? It’s an argument we’ve seen for the entirety of Apple’s existence, and I see no reason to think this is any more true today than it was before.