Grab your black turtlenecks, hotspots, and cold brew because I’m covering the latest Apple event. Our setting is the gorgeous Steve Jobs Theater, named after the co-founder and former CEO of Apple, the is located on the Apple Park Campus in Cupertino, California. It is an underground, 1,000-seat auditorium intended for Apple product launches and […]
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macOS® High Sierra introduced the Apple File System (APFS) to Mac® computers on September 25, 2017. The new file system replaced the existing HFS+ system to bring improvements to encryption, reliability, and performance. Under-the-hood improvements include faster read/write speed, cloning, snapshots, and faster directory sizing (by storing metadata regarding the whole directory versus individual files, […]
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My sincerest congratulations to the Apple® dev teams for creating iOS 11, because I am SO excited to show our audience some of our favorite features so far. As a cautionary warning: my hands-on review is specifically on the developer preview of iOS 11—not the public release that will be available this upcoming autumn. While […]
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Apple’s commitment to the developer community has exponentially grown. Every year, Apple® hosts the Worldwide Developers Conference to bring together 16 million developers to change the world. Of course, not all 16 million developers can physically attend the event in San Jose; only about 5,300 can. But Apple works hard to make the videos available […]
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