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  • On Getting A New iPhone Every Year

    Thu 8:01pm By Wil Gomez
    Which of these is worse: People who tell you what to do when you didn’t ask? Or, people who don’t understand business or humanity who tell Apple what to do when Apple didn’t ask? Here’s a good example. ... Continue Reading »
  • More Ways To Use The Mac’s Command-Tab

    Thu 8:00pm By Jack Miller
    The search for applications and utilities that make your Mac life easier, faster, more productive, and enjoyable continues in the fine Mac360 tradition begun more than a dozen years ago. It’s simple. We review apps we use, apps ... Continue Reading »
  • How To Use iPhone More To Use It Less

    Wed 8:02pm By Wil Gomez
    With iOS 12 due in a few months, Apple wants us to use our iPhone more so we use it less. That makes sense, right? Of course not. But it’s true. iOS 12 comes with new controls to ... Continue Reading »
  • Stop Mac And iPhone Camera Spies

    Wed 8:01pm By Jeffrey Mincey
    Our computers– Mac, iPhone, iPad– hold more personal and valuable information than we realize, plus, all are gateways to additional information that hackers and Google (similar bunch of thieves) would enjoy owning. How many vector points of…
  • On Remembering The Once And Future Mac

    Tue 8:02pm By Jeffrey Mincey
    Can you feel it in the air? I’m not sure exactly what it is yet, but I think something is happening to the Mac. Maybe Apple listened to all the noise we certified Mac watchers made in recent ... Continue Reading »
  • Doing The iPhone And Smartphone Math

    Tue 8:00pm By Bambi Brannan
    No one will argue much that Apple sells a lot of iPhones. After all, Apple is no longer synonymous with the Mac. Apple is the iPhone company and nobody sells more premium smartphones. Samsung sells more phones but ... Continue Reading »
  • About Those New Mac TV Commercials

    Mon 8:01pm By Wil Gomez
    Apple does not seem to advertise the Mac too much, which might help to explain the sales plateau, so when new Mac television commercials appear, it’s news. The latest round of Mac TV commercials may have hidden meanings. ... Continue Reading »
  • Why It Seems Apple Is Always Behind

    Mon 8:01pm By Jeffrey Mincey
    If governments ever passed a law against faulty analysis or distorted facts in journalism, then our jails would be overrun with criminals who can type in complete sentences. What’s going on here? Yet another analysis that says Apple ... Continue Reading »
  • Apple Enters The Mac ‘Frankenware’ Era

    Sun 8:01pm By Jeffrey Mincey
    Seasons change. Apple may be the company that Steve Jobs built. Twice. But even Apple’s DNA seems to be undergoing a steady transformation as the era of Tim Cook takes hold and marches forward. A decade or so ... Continue Reading »
  • Superlative City Meets HomePod Stereo

    Sun 8:00pm By Natalia Nowak
    Can you name another Apple product in the 21st century more maligned than HomePod? Reviews seem to come into view from two trails. Expensive and Siri sucks. Or, expensive but they sound great. The common ground is expensive. ... Continue Reading »
  • Best Email Apps For Mac, iPhone, iPad

    Jun 14, 2018, 8:01 pm By Natalia Nowak
    It doesn’t take much effort to hate email. If ever there was a killer app, it’s email; the app from the gods above that loves to kill humans with tedium and frustration. Why? Isn’t email like texting? Yes. ... Continue Reading »
  • The Best Calculators In My Collection

    Jun 14, 2018, 8:00 pm By Jeffrey Mincey
    Boomers who follow the Mincey clan’s digitally inspired musings will know of our family proclivities for photography, ponies, pinball, poker, and more than a few unusual collections, including calculators; digital and analog. Wait. What? Calculators? Who…