If I were still a developer I’d be glad that the iOS home screen has started futzing with letter spacing when an app’s name is too long, but as a user I’m finding it pretty gross.
iPhone is a ‘promising gaming platform’ in the same way Twitter is a promising collection of human literature. Almost every game on iPhone could disappear overnight and nobody would care. Its lasting impact on gaming has been the destruction of pricing & rise of microtransactions [twitter.com]
Been working on something cool - the future of learning piano with AR! 🎹✨
Coming to the App Store soon 👀
Many years ago I converted $5 into Bitcoin at a “Bitcoin ATM” here in town. It printed out a receipt with my credentials. I recently pulled the receipt out of my wallet and it was printed on thermal paper… so it’s completely, totally blank. A metaphor
Who cares if individual developers go bankrupt over server costs as long as Facebook’s apps are there, right?
The year of “okay fine we won’t be shutting down the Mac line just yet.”
we’ll just raise the cheaper models’ prices by 30% across the board.
Used to be, Apple made a thing better and kept the price the same. The pitch was always, “Look how much we can do now for the same price! Lucky you!” Now it’s making things better and making us pay extra for the difference. I miss the old way.
It’s literally the shavings off the iPad Pro that get reconstituted into MacBooks Air and Macs mini.
That’s a little on the nose, Apple.
What crazy person decided that Mojave’s Light color scheme should include a return of the white menu bar? We all have black bezels around our screens! 😡