An iPad mini with Pencil would be a decent compromise, but I’m afraid half the benefit of handwriting may be in putting words in a definite physical location.
The “Force Touch ≠ long-press” silliness culminates in watchOS 3 introducing a long-press gesture recognizer 🙄
You can react to a message in watchOS 3 by long-pressing on it. Force-touching does nothing. Consistency!
(I mean keep the map’s North up, so I know where everything is, and just display which way I’m facing, like every other maps app does.)
RT @olebegemann: The glowing Apple logo was a cool statement 15 years ago when there was one person in the room with an Apple laptop among a sea of Windows.
I mean, the latter half of the paragraph would indicate that they care, but how do you do something so stupid as to contaminate with recognizable information the documents you’re leaking?
It’s beta 3 and actionable notifications are still missing on non-Force Touch phones. Because whatever workaround they implement at the last minute won’t need testing.
Remember back when we laughed at Windows 8 because of its confusing edge gestures? Good times. #iOS10
Heat wave in Paris. Reading articles on iPad in bed. Reflexively tapped “update all” for 16 apps. Now holding a sleek, portable hot plate.
I’ll never not feel silly saying “Hey Siri.” And if it’s localizable I don’t understand how it can’t be customizable.