RT @Pinboard: Machine learning is like money laundering for bias
You’d think Xcode would spontaneously offer to do this when provisioning fails.
Je cherche des écouteurs in-ear à 100 € qui fassent un aussi bon son que mon casque B&W à 400 €. Ca paraît raisonnable, non ?
Actually should refrain from judgment, because 3D VR forces my lazy eye to work, so it wows me by just being much more 3D than real life.
Fact #1 from a GearVR demo today: the tracking on an S7 is a million times better than Cardboard on an iPhone 6. Properly impressive.
Les démos stéréoscopiques font immédiatement travailler mon oeil paresseux ; c’est très drôle mais il va me falloir des lentilles.
The new watchOS UI is designed around the fact that people use few apps. But the main reason people use few apps is how much they suck in the current OS, on the current device. So that’s not very future-proof.
Looking at screenshots of the new notifications, widgets, and the Music app — I guess this year’s endemic issue is low information density?
RT @siracusa: APFS: default on all devices in 2017 (no month specified). In-place, non-destructive conversion of HFS+ volumes.
I want to believe that the rejection of gamepad-only apps cost the new Apple TV dearly in its first year.
What’s the point of Messages so aggressively playing catch-up with Facebook Messenger if they’re not gonna go cross-platform?
RT @reyner: Nothing has gotten louder applause at #WWDC2016 than tap-to-replace emoji.
RT @bzamayo: iOS 7: Super thin fonts.
iOS 10: Super thick fonts.
iOS 13: A reasonable font weight.
RT @drbarnard: Let’s just forget the past year and call this watchOS 1.0.
RT @jaredsinclair: 1/ Apps used to have similar interactions w/ aesthetic variety. Now they have the same flat aesthetic but wildly different interactions.