Photoshop coming to iOS is all about the future of the Mac.
I’ll be honest, at first I felt there were not many exciting things at this WWDC. Personally I am very happy to see the new notifications improvements and Siri shortcuts, and I can verify after running iOS 12 beta on an iPhone 6 that the performance improvements are very real. However, on deeper investigation in terms of Flint framework there were some definite points of interest that affect us and some new things we can do […]
Listening to ATP #194 where John Siracusa is bemoaning the apparent exit of Apple from the "Display business", I had an idea that might cheer him and other Mac Pro users.
Everybody’s talking about the Apple Watch around the anniversary of its first release. Most of the chatter is about how [disappointing and how slow it is](https://sixcolors.com/post/2016/02/why-slowness-is-killing-the-apple-watch/), with some countering with [how useful it is despite this](https://www.caseyliss.com/2016/4/11/poor-apple-watch). I am in agreement with most of these viewpoints, but people who don’t think this is going to change radically in the next year or two are crazy. You only have to look at the utility gulf between a first-generation iPhone and the iPhone 4 to see this.