First blog post in forever! Granted no one cares cause it’s so late, but still!
It pays to spend some time thinking about how the code will be used in the future. Not just the short-term; 5 years from now.
It feels good when your code design makes implementing a new feature super easy.
It’s been over 3 months… My longest break since starting the site.
I really need to write something on my blog.
ALL THE MACHINE LEARNING!
2019: “We call this app Finder and it has a new Column View”
2018: We’re adding “Mission Control and Virtual Desktops to iPad.”
2017: The year the iPad just became macOS.
Apple, why is the iOS Documentation down? Why?
If Apple takes the entusiasm for the iMac Pro and makes a tower… whew that would be a great machine.
I hope Apple’s also taken to improving the CoreOS. A lot of the updates they’ve shown are App changes.
RAM bump for Macbook Pros. RAM bump for Macbook Pros. RAM bump for Macbook Pros. RAM bump for Macbook Pros.
APFS in High Sierra!
Glad too see tracking protections in Safari! Good job Apple.
Craig, don’t let us down.
I guess we’ll see in an hour. That’s enough Apple punditry for now.
iTunes for example is old and crusty but if they scrapped it, I’m sure we’d never see some of those old (great) features again.
I’m confident Apple can blow us away today, but I’m also afraid they’ll remake a ton of apps with 1/10 of the old features.