And I have no idea how the filters manage to be so slow on an iPhone 6. Is the old OpenGL API running through an emulator or something?
It’s still 480x320-only.
I guess in the next version of macOS they might as well replace the Finder with Windows’ File Explorer.
Asking Siri “Show me photos of dogs” should default to a web search, not launch Photos unless you said “my dog” or “my photos.”
There’s something to be said for external power supplies you can easily replace when they crap out. In other news, my old Drobo is alive \o/
Honestly I’m rather curious to see what happens after Twitter implodes. Do we, as a society, step back or double down?
So… Twitter is pretty much the one use case where it makes sense to ask “Can the blockchain save us?” right?
An experiment to see how many accounts I can create with different filters over my face (with apologies to @fet_complains).
‘Hey Siri’ worked great during the watchOS beta but fails half the time since release.
I think I need to create a @garoo_complains account.
RT @neilcybart: We may be seeing Snap’s eventual IPO narrative here. A great IPO often has an easy to understand, yet intriguing st… https://t.co/kXu0yLlZr2
Not that I would be caught dead wearing those things but I’d love it if they started a round-video fad.
Hoping the “app extension issues” iOS 10.0.2 fixes include that user who left a 1-star review because the widget didn’t appear in the list.
I just super-liked someone on Tinder when I meant to scroll down on their profile. Goddamn UI traps.
Gave up on Safari because it has terrible performance with multiple tabs and with YouTube.
So now I’m… checking out Firefox 😳
Sierra opens the “Do you really want to change your default browser?” confirmation popup behind the active window — if not all windows ಠ_ಠ
RT @thedailybeast: EXCLUSIVE: Silicon Valley billionaire Palmer Luckey secretly funds group dedicated to posting anti-Clinton memes:… https://t.co/auzEWFtG7b
RT @TimTr: Swift Playgrounds on iPad can control robots using Bluetooth. How cool is that?! Here’s a sample to get you started: https://t.co/2ybOysmbAO
And I completely understand why someone would think it’s a good idea not to switch immediately to an empty tab.
But it’s not.
Safari opening new tabs in the tab bar then not switching to them until the content has loaded, that’s new, right?
RT @stroughtonsmith: In a world where most photos end up on Snapchat/Facebook/Instagram, the faux-bokeh effect on the 7 Plus is as believable as most DSLR pics
Imperfect of course but very impressive
Oh yeah I forgot to say that the glossy iPhone is a gorgeous object, but everyone already knew that. Worth the fingerprints after all.
Sorry I didn’t have the presence of mind to point out that it would be the ultimate status symbol within weeks.
Young guy at the Apple Store table seemed obsessed with Jet Black but dejected that it didn’t broadcast “I have an iPhone!” like White.
I tried an iPhone 7 for five minutes in an Apple Store and I’m now completely disgusted with my old physical Home button.
Every OS update I try Safari again but don’t remember why I switched to Chrome and what to look for. This time I swear I’ll make a list.
I’m trying Safari again, as you do after any OS update, and I forgot how nice it is to have smooth scrolling.
RT @CraigGrannell: If you don’t use a cloning tool, SuperDuper! and Carbon Copy Cloner are both fab. I use SuperDuper! daily on my main works Mac.
RT @CraigGrannell: macOS Sierra is out today. If you plan to install, back-up your Mac first, preferably cloning the entire drive. Better safe than ARGH NOOOOO
I get how that makes sense to get the best possible picture, but as a photography enthusiast I’d rather they just disabled the 2x setting.
Can’t believe I’ve had this MacBook Pro for two and a half years already. That makes it perfectly reasonable to buy a big new PC for VR!
RT @jamiepinkham: Free killer iPhone 7 accessory idea: external battery with headphone jack
And it probably makes sense because most people didn’t organize their widgets, but it makes the view significantly less useful for power users. Well, I guess that’s iOS for you.
iOS 10 remembering your scroll position in Today view completely defeats the point of putting the most important information at the top 😕
RT @The_Axx: Apparently when I click the home button to exit an app, I do it with my fingernail. Not something I ever realized until it no longer works 😐
Samsung has much better OIS, autofocus, and sound.
It works great for free, and syncs to iCloud so you can create stickers on iPad and use them on iPhone.
The iTunes Connect app’s notifications are silent therefore the Watch just displays them without tapping. That makes sense.
It wouldn’t take anything away from AirPod and Beats because most people would prefer to go full-wireless, but it would satisfy audiophiles clinging to their expensive headphones.
Since Apple have said they aren’t gonna license the W1 chip — how about releasing a standalone Bluetooth receiver and battery?
Who would have believed that, in 2016, I’d be thinking “I wish I had stuck to web development, there’d be fewer compatibility issues.”
RT @Pinboard: Point: we trust Google with far too much of our email. Counterpoint: Google may be the only organization able to secure our email
If this were a Mac I’d be able to find iMessage’s App Support folder in the backup and transfer all my old texts to the new install in five seconds 😡
And imagine if the only solution to MacBook trouble was to reformat and abandon any file that wasn’t stored in the cloud.
Starting over from a blank iOS does seem to cure my battery issues. How can an iPhone’s backup include information that fucks up battery management?