I’m liking the changes to macOS, I’ll have my thoughts up this week but here’s what you need to run it.
Updating the iPhone and iPad to the beta at WWDC isn’t too difficult to reverse but the watch is totally different. With watchOS if you want to go back a version then you have to send it off to Apple. This is a process that doesn’t take long (typically around 4 days) but in theContinue reading “Installing watchOS 8”
It’s that time of year when a lot of us early adopters take the plunge and throw the first beta of iOS 15 onto our main phone and then (mostly) instantly regret it. It’s great to be able to test it out but it comes with a lot of downsides. The performance of your deviceContinue reading “Installing iOS 15”
This looks an interesting new addition to the Apple Watch and a welcome one, especially right now. As someone that has their own struggles with mental health it’s a positive start to the last minute WWDC rumours. Personally I’ve found the Apple Watch to be both a positive and negative on my own wellbeing. TheContinue reading “WWDC: Mental health and the Apple Watch”
With a new software release we usually lose a few models and with watchOS 7 we lose support for the series 2. watchOS 7 supports the 3, 4 and 5 models only.
Some nice looking little Reminders updates, nice to see development continuing so I’ll give it a little test as I work through my iOS 14 content.
I always love to watch the keynotes but get lost in the details so always like to paw my way through the Apple info afterwards. Apple has now created it’s iOS 14 preview page and I look forward to reading through it all as I digest the massive feature dump from today’s keynote.
It’s that time of year again and all of the beta’s are upon our devices. This year I’m going to focus on a few key areas CarPlay watchOS 6 The new Reminders app in iOS 13 iPad specific changes There’s so much coverage out there so I won’t be going into everything this year. IContinue reading “WWDC 2019 coverage”
We are only a matter of weeks away from WWDC so I wanted to (as it traditional) jot down some thoughts on what I’d like to see from Apple. IOS As you know I use iOS as my operating system of choice and use it many times a day be it consuming or creating content.Continue reading “My hopes for WWDC 2019”