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Blogs about Apple

19 blogs about Apple.

  1. 512 Pixels
    Covering Apple, computer history, space, design and lots of other fine nerdery. By Stephen Hackett. 🇺🇸 More info

    Sponsor: Audio Hijack: The Mac’s Best Audio Recorder and More
    For over 20 years, Audio Hijack has enabled you to record any audio on your Mac. Capture audio from individual applications like Safari or Zoom, hardware audio devices like microphones and mixers, or even the …
    By Stephen Hackett, 167 words
  2. Apple Must
    Tips, insights and resources to help Apple's iPhone, iPad, Mac, TV, Watch and iCloud users get much more from their hardware, software and services. By Jonny Evans. More info

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    iOS 18: How to teach your iPhone a new name for Siri
    This may be a useful tip for some of us. You see, hidden away deep in the Accessiblity options of iOS 18 is a tweak that can teach your iPhone a new name for Siri. …
    By Jonny Evans, 410 words
  3. Daring Fireball
    By John Gruber. 🇺🇸 More info

    [Sponsor] Kolide by 1Password: ‘Looking Past the Smoke and Mirrors of the MGM Hack’
    The September 2023 MGM hack quickly became one of the most notorious ransomware attacks in recent memory. Journalists and cybersecurity experts rushed to report on the broken slot machines, angry hotel guests, and the fateful …
    By Daring Fireball Department of Commerce, 450 words
  4. David Smith, Independent iOS Developer
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    Defensive and Skeptical
    In Steve Jobs’s 2005 Stanford Commencement Speech he famously concluded by quoting the back cover of the Whole Earth Catalogue’s final issue. It was their farewell message as they signed off. Stay hungry. Stay foolish. …
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  5. Hypercritical
    I’m a software developer, podcaster, and freelance technology writer. By John Siracusa. 🇺🇸 More info

    The iMessage Halo Effect
    The recent Beeper controversy briefly brought the “blue bubbles vs. green bubbles” topic back into the mainstream. Here’s a brief review for those of you who are (blessedly) unaware of this issue. Messages sent using …
    By John Siracusa, 511 words
  6. Initial Charge
    A daily weblog written and produced by Mike Rockwell which focuses on Apple products, mobile applications, the web, and other geek-related topics. 🇺🇸 More info

    Hard Drive Burn-in Testing
    Some excellent suggestions on the TrueNAS forums explaining how to burn-in a new hard drive before putting it into use. When I order some new drives, I’ll likely run them through this once they arrive. …
    By Mike Rockwell, 42 words
  7. IT: Technology, Language, and Cultures
    By Lisa L. Spangenberg. 🇺🇸 More info

    My Computing History
    Robb Knight in My Computing Origin Story and Kev Quirk in My computing History have both written posts about their computing history as part of WeblogPoMo2024. I thought I’d write about mine. I didn’t have …
    By Lisa Spangenberg, 717 words
  8. MacRumors
    Apple News and Rumors. By Arnold Kim, Eric Slivka, Juli Clover, Joe Rossignol, Tim Hardwick, et al. 🇺🇸 More info

    Apple's Phone App Finally Supports T9 Dialing in iOS 18
    T9 dialing, or Text on 9 keys, is a predictive text technology that emerged in the late 90s to make it easier to type text messages on devices with limited input options, such as traditional …
    By Tim Hardwick, 366 words
  9. MacStories
    Apple news, app reviews, and stories by Federico Viticci and friends. By Federico Viticci, et al. More info

    How We’re Trying to Protect MacStories from AI Bots and Web Crawlers – And How You Can, Too
    Over the past several days, we’ve made some changes at MacStories to address the ingestion of our work by web crawlers operated by artificial intelligence companies. We’ve learned a lot, so we thought we’d share …
    By John Voorhees, 938 words
    I’m Marco Arment: a programmer, writer, podcaster, geek, and coffee enthusiast. 🇺🇸 More info

    The Overcast Redesign: Part One
    Overcast’s latest update (2022.2) brings the largest redesign in its nearly-eight-year history, plus many of the most frequently requested features and lots of under-the-hood improvements. I’m pretty proud of this one. For this first and …
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  11. Michael Tsai - Blog
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    Rumored Thinner Apple Devices
    Tim Hardwick: Apple intends to slim down the MacBook Pro, Apple Watch, and iPhone, with the new ultra-thin M4 iPad Pro a sign of the company’s new design trajectory, according to Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman.[…]Writing in …
    By Michael Tsai, 252 words
  12. Monday Note
    Media, Tech, Business Models viewed from Palo Alto and Paris. By Jean-Louis Gassée. 🇫🇷 🇺🇸 More info

    My Grateful Geek Book Finally Out
    by Jean-Louis GasséeYes, with help gratefully acknowledged below, my book is finally available at Amazon in print and Kindle formats. It was harder than I presumptuously expected. I hope to do better in a future …
    By Jean-Louis Gassée, 1,226 words
  13. OS X Daily
    News, tips, software, reviews, and more for Mac OS X, iPhone, iPad. By Paul Horowitz, Hamlin Rozario, Jamie Cuevas, Oliver Haslam. More info

    Beta 1 of iOS 17.6, macOS Sonoma 14.6, iPadOS 17.6 Released for Testing
    Apple may be beta testing the next major system software releases with MacOS Sequoia beta and iOS 18 beta, but concurrently they’re also continuing to beta test upcoming system updates for existing iOS and macOS …
    By Paul Horowitz, 71 words
  14. Patently Apple
    An Apple Inc. centric blog focused on dissecting Apple's latest Intellectual Property. More info

    Apple will be Dropping Apple Pay's 'Pay Later' service when iOS 18 Arrives later this year
    Apple Inc. introduced 'Pay Later' for Apple Pay customers on March 23, 2023, that allowed them to make purchases up to $1,000 over four installments. Today we're learning that ...
    By Jack Purcher, 46 words
  15. SchwarzTech
    SchAn Apple-focused technology web site featuring product reviews, opinion articles, news, podcasts, and more for Mac, iPod, iPad, and iPhone users. By Eric Schwarz. 🇺🇸 More info

    Apple Punishes Women for Same Behaviors That Get Men Promoted, Lawsuit Says
    Ashley Belanger for Ars Technica: The lawsuit was filed by two employees who have each been with Apple for more than a decade, Justina Jong and Amina Salgado. They claimed that Apple violated California employment …
    By Eric Schwarz, 188 words
  16. The Shape of Everything
    A website mostly about Mac stuff, written by Gus Mueller. 🇺🇸 More info

    2024 Youth Regional Championships
    YouTube: 2024 Youth Regional Championships | Vertical World Climbing Team. My fav climbing gym just put up a little video from the regional campionship they had this past weekend. It was a fun event, where …
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  17. Six Colors
    Apple, technology, and other stuff by Jason Snell & Dan Moren. By Jason Snell, Dan Moren. 🇺🇸 More info

    (Podcast) Upgrade 517: Maybe It’s Catchier in Japanese
    The Summer of Fun has arrived, but we’ve still got a lot of catch-up work to do after a huge WWDC. So this week we share more thoughts about Apple’s new AI strategy and discuss …
    By Six Colors Staff, 60 words
  18. Tao of Mac
    Keeping Things Simple. By Rui Carmo. 🇵🇹 More info

    MicroMac, a Macintosh for under £5
    This is an utterly amazing hack–a 128K Mac emulator that can run on an Raspberry Pi Pico and run System 1.0 at usable speeds while outputting 640x480 monochrome VGA. Building something along these lines has …
    By Rui Carmo, 64 words
  19. Timac
    By Alexandre Colucci. 🇩🇪 More info

    Apple’s use of AppKit, Catalyst, Swift and SwiftUI in macOS Sonoma
    Last month, I analyzed the programming languages and UI frameworks used to create iOS 17. This month, let’s analyze macOS from OS X El Capitan 10.11 to the latest macOS Sonoma 14 and answer a …
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