I use quite a bit of apps on my phone but there are just a handful that I used “a little bit more.” As of this post, these are the top 5 apps I used according to the battery usage report (shows proportion of battery used by each app in the last 7 days).
I haven’t worn a watch in years. After all, I used my phone for pretty much everything, including keeping track of time for me.
When it was announced that Apple was coming out with the Apple Watch, I couldn’t resist.
Sure. Who needs a “smart watch”? I wasn’t even wearing a watch anyway. But like many others, just the thought of something new and potentially pointless was enough for me to jump on the bandwagon. I mean, heck, it’s an Apple product. [Read more…]
On September 26, 2015, I purchased the latest model: the iPhone 6S Plus.
For the past couple of models, I have opted for the silver versions of the phone; this time, I went back to space gray, really because I wanted to the black face to match with the new orange silicone case by Apple.
After reserving the iPhone and making a “pickup” appointment online via the Apple website (and thanks to Kent for making the reservation so quickly), we headed down to the Apple Store in Kahala to pick it up. In and out; it was that fast. No lines this time. And my phone was activated without even having to open the box it came in.
Simply put: getting a new iPhone was simple. [Read more…]
It’s a rare moment.
A television commercial that can touch my heart without overtly “selling” me anything. Apple did just that. And beautifully.
The tag: “This holiday season, give the gifts of creativity, music, art, thoughtfulness, and generosity.”
I’ll admit it: I cry every time I see this. Just watch the video. It speaks for itself. What did you create recently?
Remember SCSI ports and LocalTalk networking?
Apple’s release of the Macintosh Plus launched a revolution of desktop publishers all around the world, including my own home. [Read more…]