I keep forgetting about El Cap’s Split View and now I’ve just changed my life by having iTunes and Spotify share the same full-screen view.
RT @kylebrussell: All of my “technical” designer friends have gotten into VR development in the last few months. All of them!
Just found out that the text clipping I’d created a month ago by dragging a sentence out of Mail was truncated after a few words \o/
RT @phillryu: Will my watch turn on when I look at it? Will Siri get me? Will 3D touching this do anything? Every new Apple interaction is a minefield. 🤔
RT @pkafka: Comparing Apple Watch and iPhone’s first years as a defense for Apple Watch doesn’t work. Everyone loved their iPhones.
Ended up doing the annotation on a white background in Adobe Sketch and sending it to Photoshop for compositing. Because the future is bullshit.
RT @uliwitness: Idly wondering how MacOS X would look if they brought back 10.0-style Aqua on today’s Retina screens.
Admit it, it’d probably look awesome!
The article also makes a very good point that Apple must be much more interested in HoloLens-like stuff than full-on VR.
I’m amazed it works.
RT @rgriff: It sounds stupid, but really, the “Store closed” sign worked a hell of a lot better than “The page you’re looking for can’t be found.”
Oh but I could stick to my old Mini for desktop use and get a gaming PC with the remainder and oh god I need to offload my MacBook Pro now.
Hrm, I could probably replace my MacBook Pro with a MacBook One, a big Mac Mini and a huge 4K TV for the same price.
(I’ve been trying to keep my Watch under the shower lately because the NATO strap is too cumbersome to take off and put back on.)
The Watch needs a Wet Mode that uses 3D Touch to distinguish intentional presses from water droplets.