Starting way back with iOS 4.1 and continuing through the latest version (6.0.1 at the time of this writing), Apple has enable a hidden “Field Test” mode which allows users to, among other things, see the exact signal strength of their cellular connection instead of the arbitrary bars which, as we all know, don’t always [...]
Anyone who says that Apple doesn’t pay attention to detail when they’re releasing a built-in application for the iPhone or Mac OS X clearly doesn’t know the company that well (the maps debacle is an obvious exception, not the rule). Sometimes, however, a third party developer just shines so much brighter than the default app [...]
As an avid user of Apple products, I can honestly say that I am excited for Microsoft’s newly announced Surface tablet. Don’t get me wrong, I won’t be buying one. Aside from my Rokus, I run an Apple household. What excites me about the Microsoft Surface is that it looks great, has huge potential, and [...]
Apple unveiled it’s newest line of MacBook Pros at the WWDC this week, with the biggest hardware-related news being the inclusion of a “Retina Display” on some models. The following picture shows exactly how big of a difference this really makes. The previous generation of MacBook Pro is shown on the left, with the newly [...]
With iOS 6 presumably right around the corner, I’ve decided to throw together a wish list. Some of these features might already be on Apple’s to-do list, but it’s really hard to know for sure until it’s formally announced. As I don’t have an iPad or iPod Touch, you can safely assume that anything I’ve [...]
I saw a great infographic up over at The Daily Beast/Newsweek that I just had to share. It details what it was that made Jobs as successful of a CEO as he was. There’s a lot that other companies can learn from this list. Too small? Click the picture for the full size.
Dear Facebook, Every time you release an update or tweak to your iPhone client, it becomes an even larger piece of shit while simultaneously not actually adding any worthwhile features from the standard site. From what I hear, you don’t even have a native iPad app yet. I can’t speak to your Android app, but [...]