Posts Categorized:apple

Facebook Paper Removes and Changes Content Sections

Yesterday I noticed that my Facebook Paper app was missing a few of the sections I added. Some of the sections that I know are missing are: Creators Photography Planet Here’s the new list of sections: Facebook Headlines Tech Well… [More]

Dark Sky 5

For iPhone 6 users, we are also including the option to turn on automatic pressure sensor reporting. The iPhone 6 comes with a built-in barometer, primarily used for determining altitude. But there also exists the potential to revolutionize weather forecasting…. [More]

Supporting iPhones Without Force Touch

Apple’s 2015 WWDC Keynote didn’t reveal that force touch would be supported by iOS 9, probably because the latest iPhones[footnote]The iPhone 6 and 6+[/footnote] don’t support force touch. However, I imagine that come fall 2015, we’ll be seeing iPhones that support force touch… [More]

Apple TV under… iPod?

Today, my friend @JayRay pointed out that Apple TV doesn’t have a spot on the main navigation on apple.com. I then noticed that it’s under iPod’s section. Why in the world would that be? I have to suspect that Apple… [More]

Why I’m getting a Pebble Time and not an Apple Watch

Yesterday, I was totally on board with buying an Apple Watch when it was released. Today, the Pebble Time launched on Kickstarter. I had to reevaluate my situation. I’m a runner without a watch, and I’m hoping to run in… [More]

Jason Snell on CarPlay

It’s currently very early days for CarPlay. The technology currently appears on a small number of aftermarket car stereos and as an option in some brand-new cars. It’s an attempt by Apple to create a more appropriate in-car interface for… [More]

Compare Apple Watch Models

When I buy products, I am ok with spending $100 more to get a better video card or more storage. I got the 128 GB iPhone 6. I got the best MacBook Pro I could buy. However, I don’t plan on buying… [More]