This deal with Aetna and Apple is significant. Subsidized Apple Watches is a bold move. I wonder how soon until we see people taking advantage of this?
I love Gruber’s take here, as he rebuts Manjoo’s belief that Apple design has gone stale. It’s actually shocking to me how many people mistake design as aesthetics only, rather than a combination of look, feel, and function. This is, perhaps, a good indicator for why so much much tech – software and hardware combined – is so often ridiculously clunky and unfriendly to everyday users.
And for reals, how can you not look at that jet black iPhone 7 and see a strikingly beautiful phone?
Gruber’s review of the new iPad Pro. My takeaway – surprised by the power of the new device.
New Apple TV inbound today. Yes, I find these tips and tricks pieces useful sometimes.
Fantastic insight here from Gruber on one key blocker to iPad adoption.
I would like to point out that it's developer freedom that's the real issue here. On iPad you have to go through the App Store to get apps, which is not true for the Mac. Sketch is only offered for trial via direct download. I wonder if this is something Apple will ever relent on as they try to make iPad a more computer-like device?
I’m a stylus junkie. I love FiftyThree’s pencil, but I’m anxious to try this new Apple version.
The fidelity of touch on IOS devices really is something special compared to Android or Microsoft products, which is largely why I prefer iOS. I suspect the experience with this stylus will be similar.
There's a lot that I agree with in this review, but I'm not as down on the Apple Watch as he is. I wouldn't want to give up mine now, but I certainly think it's not for everyone. Not yet anyway. This is mostly due to lack of native apps and developers building apps without having used the watch much, all of which are in the process of changing.
The Apple Watch is the best smartwatch you can buy, assuming that you have an iPhone. Or that you want a smartwatch.
A very fine review. Worth the read if you're curious about the Apple Watch.
The death of the browser has been a slow and steady process […] Apple Watch will now be the nail in the coffin.
Interesting ideas here, though not sure I agree with the takeaway.
Chief executive Tim Cook confirms the Apple Watch will ship in April to take on Google, Samsung, Sony and LG