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I got my first Mac when I was thirteen (thanks to my progressive parents) and my life hasn’t been the same since. Steve Jobs inspired me beyond the physical products that he helped make at Apple, but through his ideas and his relentless pursuit of his own vision to change the world. He elevated design […]
Might get one just for the Smart Cover.
Apple launches the Mac App Store. The store comes as part of the OSX update to 10.6.6. I’m on vacation for a few days and the OS update took a crazy 3 hours over hotel wifi, but I suspect at home in SF, it would’ve only taken about 20 minutes. The app store is another standalone […]
There’s a new version of the WordPress iOS apps announced today. Download 2.6 for iPhone or iPad (iTunes link) or just upgrade through the store. Lots of new developments, including: Record video within the app and upload it to your blog Local drafts to save posts locally before they’re published or saved online Autosaves New […]
They’re getting smaller and smaller.
While I’ve been designing for and heavily using the iPhone and iPad, I haven’t written my own app yet. Taking the plunge by enrolling!
Apple had one of their product announcement events today at Yerba Buena here in SF. You can see the archived live stream here. iOS updates 4.1 and 4.2, which will bring all iOS 4 features to the iPad. New features include wireless printing and AirPlay (formerly AirTunes) which allows you to stream music, photos and […]
From Foxconn Suicides: Is It Time For “Fair Trade” Electronics? Would You Buy A “Fair Trade” iPhone? by Tom Foremski All the large tech companies such as Apple, Nokia, Dell, etc have agreements with their suppliers that they do not employ children, and that they will abide by certain standards to protect workers. But it’s […]
As I’m sure you know, tech and geek news has been buzzing for weeks about the arrival of the iPad and today was the day for pre-orders to arrive by UPS and for in-store purchasing. We went by the Apple Store on Stockton Street here in SF this afternoon and saw Jonathan Ive as he […]
In case you didn’t hear, the much-anticipated Apple iPad was announced today. Some notable points for me: New 1GHz Apple A4 processor chip Uses iPhone 3.0 OS It’s 9.7″ with a 1024×768 resolution Fingerprint-resistant oleophobic coating Comes with 16GB, 32 or 64GB flash drive Choice between Wi-Fi or Wi-Fi and 3G Starts at $499 and […]
Apple announces a new product line, including the anticipated new Magic Mouse. It’s available for pre-order now at $69. I can’t wait to trying it when it arrives in 5-7 days. The Multi-Touch area covers the top surface of Magic Mouse, and the mouse itself is the button. Scroll in any direction with one finger, […]
Finally! The new iTunes 9.0 has an app manager. It’s fairly easy to use but as Steve Rhodes pointed out on my Flickr page, “it is a pain if you want to move several apps from one of the first pages to one of the last pages, but it is much better than doing it […]
The Apple and tech blogs have been buzzing with this week’s early arrival of Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard, available this Friday, August 28, 2009. We’ve already pre-ordered our family pack upgrade. If you haven’t yet, it’s worth the upgrade at only $29 for an individual (or $25 at Amazon; $43.99 for the family […]
Happy one year to the iPhone app store. While there are certainly improvements to be made in the app store experience and iTunes management of your purchased apps, all in all, having iPhone apps has certainly changed my mobile experience. Apple is celebrating (iTunes link) by showcasing some of their favorite apps. Light a candle […]
It’s that time of year again. Apple’s logo going up on Moscone for WWDC. As seen from our loft on 2nd St.