Ten years ago: My shiny new iPhone 3G arrives, maxed out with 16GB of storage. A revelation, and the first of many as it turned out.
Mike’s eyes were big when he clapped them on the iPhone EXCESS Maxi Maxi. Who could resist? He couldn’t, but in the end he did.
Just what happened to Aperture and why did it die a sudden death. Stephen Hackett traces the history of Apple’s much-loved post processor over at Macstories….
For a year or so Mike has been sitting at the side of the road watching the Apple bandwagon trundle by. But when to jump aboard? At last he has made a decision on a new Mac….
Wayne wonders whether a bit of grain or noise isn’t a good thing after all…..
Three years on, Mike’s early MacBook is showing signs of processor limitations. Should it be replaced with a new, faster MacBook or an even faster, but heavier, MacBook Pro?
GDPR legislation in Europe put an immediate stop to Instapaper, the useful read-later service we have been using for many years. Why this happened isn’t very clear. But it is significant the development team has bought out of Pinterest and has now reinstated service in Europe. What should you do?
The Instapaper saga gets more mysterious. This read-later service, on which I have relied for several years, went offline on May 25 implementation day of the new GDPR regulations, and is still down two months later.
It’s a complete broadband blackout at Macfilos and work has been suspended. We managed to get a last post out over the cellular network.....
Keeping track of a multitude of passwords is an impossible task. That’s why many people choose a few easily remembered words or phrases and use them over and over again. But what if you could have a different, very secure password for every site you visit without the need ever to remember them?