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Concept: Using Maps to Fix Safari on iOS 15

Concept: Using Maps to Fix Safari on iOS 15
It would be fair to say I'm pretty skeptical about Safari's new design. There are issues across all platforms that I hope Apple addresses before the app launches to the public this fall, but today I wanted to take a stab at improving the iOS experience. Pain PointsWhen I use

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It’s a Game Console, it’s a Theme Park, are You Getting It?

It’s a Game Console, it’s a Theme Park, are You Getting It?
Part of being an iPad fan over the past year has been dealing with people comparing your chosen computing platform to being indistinguishable from a gamer console, and that it’s like living in a theme park rather than the real world. The underlying message is always clear though: these

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Safari 15: What You Gain, and at What Cost?

Safari 15: What You Gain, and at What Cost?
Disclaimer: This is pre-release software and it is subject to change. This is not meant as a criticism of the consumer version of Safari, nor is it an attack on the designers or developers working on this project at Apple, it's just a few observations I have that I hope

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Spatial Audio and the Geriatric Millennial

Is spatial audio for music the next great innovation in music production, or is it a whole bunch of nothing? This is the question I’ve been thinking about this week after Apple announced it was coming to Apple music in June. This is largely because my social feeds are

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About that Magic Keyboard

Yesterday we got word that the new iPad Pros are not compatible with the Magic Keyboard that released almost exactly a year ago today. Let’s talk about it. Why the Change?While Apple didn’t give a reason for the change in compatibility, we can look at the differences

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Apple Music Wrapped?

Apple Music Wrapped?
I got an email from Spotify this weekend asking me to resubscribe for a significant discount. This comes just days after the company rolled out their “2020 wrapped” report to millions of users. Users who, I must add, were more than happy to share these updates to social media. And

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Apple's Slice Gets a Little Smaller

Apple's Slice Gets a Little Smaller
Apple introduces the App Store Small Business Program: With the new App Store commission structure, small and individual developers who earn up to $1 million in revenue for the calendar year are eligible for a reduced 15 percent commission rate — half of the App Store’s standard commission. The savings

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In 2020, Widgets are Way More Important on iOS

A few weeks ago, the email service, Hey, released an update to their iOS app that added widgets. The widgets are great, and I use two of them because they’re so perfectly suited to how Hey works. The Android app does not support widgets. Despite Basecamp keeping their iOS

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