I couldn’t figure out how to get the Music app to play an album without shuffle so I gave up and used Ecoute instead 🤦🏻♂️
This has got to be the most wholesome tiddy mouse pad I have ever seen in my goddamn life lol @apocalyssart
Ideally I should try anyway, just in case, but that would involve a lot of human interaction.
That goes further than a misunderstanding brought on by an unfamiliarity with social interactions. That’s bigotry. And autism doesn’t cause bigotry, yet here he is, blaming it all on the world’s favorite cognitive boogeyman.
How bad must the Google Pixel Buds’ UX be that every review I’ve seen complains emphatically about it.
Alors Gmail, je sais que si c’est gratuit c’est moi le produit mais tu vas te calmer tout de suite sur le ton employé.
That’s interesting: Animoji not only works with your face, but also with video files!
So no 3D sensing required?
Apple, you’re killin me with the mismatched apostrophe curliness of the default, non-editable names of your peripherals.
TIL que l’app de la Banque Postale gère Touch ID, il faut “juste” aller l’activer au fin fond des options.
Forbes cover 10 years ago.
any time i feel pangs of regret about UI design decisions i’ve made i’m going to remember that at least i didn’t fuck up “Carmack struggles with this” bad
Tweetbot’s Reply button should be a different glyph whether the person follows you back (you’re conversing with someone you ‘know’) or not (you’re commenting on a stranger’s post).
It hadn’t occurred to me but I’m suddenly wondering if 280-character tweets are implemented server-side as threads of two tweets.
TWITTER: verification is not an “indicator of importance.”
ALSO TWITTER: we verify accounts that are in the “public interest.”
Facebook could have said: “Here’s a tool for you to create hashes of anything you’re afraid someone might post in revenge. Send us the hashes and if we see matching posts we’ll evaluate their content then and take them down if needed.”
An iPad app with a full menu bar… 😶
The next release of Tweetbot 4 for iOS and Tweetbot 2 for Mac will support the newly expanded Tweet length limit.
It’s really X as in UX. Face ID + much welcome reboot of interactions that piled up awkwardly over ten years = temptation rising 😬
If I were still interested in 4.7” iPhones I’d be tempted—mostly for Face ID—but not at this price. And thankfully I’m too used to 5.5” now.
Apollo app replaces Apple’s awful volume indicator in the most elegant way possible.
If the display controller can already address pixels at 240Hz for PWM, shouldn’t it have been trivial to implement ProMotion 120Hz?
In retrospect it’s rather obvious since each pixel must be modulated individually instead of making a single backlight blink independently.
iPhone X as a $1000 performance capture rig for indies