iPhone XR review roundup

Below is a quick list of the best video reviews. As usual, Rene Ritchie from iMore has the most in depth review. If you want to understand everything there is to know about the iPhone, I highly recommend his video review. All the rest are nice too. Rene Ritchie Review The Verge Jonathan Morrision UrAvgConsumer

Phil Schiller discusses iPhone XR

The iPhone XR is Apple’s interpretation of a budget iPhone. They changed out metal for aluminum, OLED screen for an LCD. Schiller said of the lower quality screens. “If you can’t see the pixels, at some point the numbers don’t mean anything.” I’d have to agree with him on that.  Engadget

iPhone XR now on sale

When Apple first announced the iPhone XS, XS Max, and XR, they said it would be a few weeks before the XR would be ready. We’ve now been waiting a few weeks and it’s time the XR is up for preorder. Go check out Apple.com for the details. Are you going to order one?

Apple sends out invites for October 30th event

Apple sends out invitations this morning for an October 30th event with the line “there’s more in the making”. This invite has had an interesting twist that we have not seen before. All the artwork seems to be different for different people. Here is a small sample from Sebastiaan de With on twitter.  All invite

Tweetbot updated to Tweetbot 5

Tapbots released their next major release of Tweetbot today. Some of the new features include redesigned profiles, new iconography, new app icon, true black dark mode for OLED screens, Giphy support, and more. Here is the press release from Tapbots with all the details. John Voorhees from Macstories “From a feature standpoint, Tweetbot 5 is

Some of Apple’s forgotten iOS apps

Here is a fun story showing some of Apple’s own apps from the past that didn’t quite catch on. “Apple has just about always offered iOS apps on the App Store, separate from what apps come bundled on its devices from the factory. Sometimes, these apps get promoted to being part of the iOS image,

Gruber talks Huawei design ripoffs

Three cameras, a big screen, blah blah blah. What I don’t get is why every single article about Huawei phones doesn’t mention their egregious design rip-offs. Right on their default home screen, they flat out copied the icons for Music and Health from Apple. Their “live photo” icon in their camera app is ripped-off from Apple,

Photoshop on iPad coming 2019

This week Adobe finally confirmed what we were all hoping for. They are bringing a full version of Photoshop to the iPad.  The Verge has  a great video  that shows the app in action.  I seems to be fairly solid and I am definitely itching to get my hands on it. We are all surprised

Remember that Fyre Festival?

Remember the fyre festival with Ja Rule as a co operative down in the Bahamas where it was all a ploy? Well, today, the organizer was sentenced to 6 years in prison on account of fraud. “He betrayed and deceived his investors, customers, and employees while he was living the high life at his luxury

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