A week into the release of the iPad Pro, much has been written about its use as a laptop replacement. Apple CEO Tim Cook recently said that he travels with just an iPad Pro and an iPhone. Day one iPad Pro reviewers were given two hardware keyboards to evaluate: the Apple Smart Keyboard and the … Continue reading Thoughts on the iPad Pro’s Software Keyboard
I had a great time at my first WWDC. Aside from photographing the keynote, I didn’t take too many photos during the conference; I was too busy taking notes and learning iPhone development and debugging my projects for Snow Leopard compatibility. Here’s a sampling of photos that I did take during the keynote and at … Continue reading WWDC 2009
I was at the iPhone 3.0 event today at Apple’s Town Hall this morning, covering the event with John Paczkowski for AllThingsD.com. I ran into a number of people that I know from both development and media circles, including Raven Zachary and Eric Savitz. The crowd was comprised of about 60% developers and 40% media. … Continue reading Photographing the iPhone 3.0 Event
Tomorrow is being touted as Palm’s make-or-break moment. It’s poised to announce Nova, the company’s next operating system. Despite being a former employee and knowing several people still at the company, I honestly no nothing about what Nova is or isn’t (that’s a good thing they haven’t been talking – secrecy in this case is … Continue reading What Is Palm Nova?
2010-12-29: I’ve updated my backup strategy post here. I’ve been making backups since I started using computers back in the early 1980s. Software at the time came on cassette tape and 5 1/4-inch floppy disks before transitioning to 3 1/2 inch floppies and CD-ROMs. When my love affair with the Mac began in 1989, I … Continue reading Backup Strategy
Well, the new MacBooks and MacBook Pros were announced today. I hate to sound like a boo-bird because there are many things to like about this latest iteration: the unibody, DisplayPort across the entire line (including the MacBook Air), better graphics chipset, easier hard drive replacement, and the larger, all-glass trackpad. Positives aside, however, there … Continue reading About FireWire on the new MacBook and MacBook Pro
I’m at iPhoneDevCamp2 in San Francisco this weekend.