Apple has pulled the latest HomePod update and is warning users not to reset their speaker, lest they render it inoperable. — Read on www.macworld.com/article/3449239/apple-warns-homepod-users-of-potentially-fatal-ios-13-2-flaw.html Found this after an hour of trying to work out why new multi-user support on HomePod didn’t seem to be working. My HomePod is still on 12.4 so hasn’t been... » read more
A long time coming but I have finally had to make the jump to the next level of iCloud storage ( 2TB ). The 200Mb subscription has lasted a while but has finally been absorbed by the families Messages, Photos and others. At least I have plenty of head room to grow into now.
The Pixo is an interesting looking Kickstarter project to create a magnetic mounting for iPads/tablets to attach to the side or top of your desktop screen/iMac.
The team in the marketing department at Quartsoft have produced this lovely animated video timeline of Steve Jobs life. Click on this link to go to the Quartsoft page to read the rest of the teams tribute to Steves life. There is also a nice infographic version of the video that is worth a look.
This article ( the coming podcast surplus ) by Seth Godin describes a problem ( of the third world variety ) that I have experienced for some time and I suspect you may have too, that is the growing number of streams of entertainment competing for my attention and time. I have been a regular... » read more
Twelve South are a brand well known to Mac users for their laptop and iPhone/iPad stands amongst other products. While browsing their site tonight I came across this page of wallpapers specifically designed for dual screen setups. There are wallpapers in resolutions from 11″ MacBook right up to 5K Retina iMacs. There are 8 different... » read more
Just this afternoon I was involved in a discussion about how hackers exploit the most difficult to find holes in operating systems, networks and hardware to gain a way in or in some cases out of the protections wrapped around our technology by the people who developed them. These protections are increasingly complex and sophisticated... » read more
Rather hard to imagine Apple producing anything quite like these now, but apparently according to this article on HUH thats exactly what they did back in 1986. Be sure to click the link to see the full article…