AI journalism is here and writing on an iPad Paid Members Public
The robots! They're writing! Do you hear me? THEY'RE WRITING OUR STORIES!
iPadOS and Ghost Paid Members Public
I can finally blog natively in Ghost via Safari on iPads, thanks to changes in iPadOS.
WWDC Keynote 2019: first reactions Paid Members Public
The WWDC keynote from Apple feels like good news for those of us who aspire to replace our laptops with iPads…
Peak Steve Jobs Paid Members Public
From a fantastic thread about memories of someone who worked on the launch of the first iPad back in 2010. > (4) at one point steve wanted to turn UIKit elements orange. not just any orange, he wanted a particular orange from the button on a certain old sony remote. we
iOS 11 fundamentally changes the iPad Paid Members Public
I’ve been playing with the iOS11 public beta on my iPad for the last couple of weeks – and it’s transformative in the way I can use it for getting work done. This video gives you a sense of some of the differences: I’m really excited for the
Apple News is working, says The Telegraph Paid Members Public
The Telegraph is seeing substantial reader growth – from Apple News [http://digiday.com/media/apple-news-the-telegraph/]: > For The Telegraph, Apple News has become the most effective third-party platform at driving readers to its own sites and app — where it can eventually turn them into subscribers. (Note the contrast here to Facebook,
iPad: the almost device Paid Members Public
MG Siegler on almost being able to switch full-time to his iPad [https://500ish.com/back-at-my-machine-bebcb0ff7b4e#.bkhe3dm72] – but not quite: > This is especially frustrating to me because I see glimpses of the computing future I could have. Tonight, for example, I brought only my iPad to a cafe to write