In many ways, Apple’s keynote … had perfectly personified its culture and personality. In doing so, they have succeeded in not only creating the future, they’ve succeeded in becoming clearer at what they do, and who they are.
To paraphrase Ive, design is more than how it looks — it’s how everything works and plays together.
This is a pretty big deal, as it is probably the first step towards PCIe storage in a mainstream consumer device that we’ve seen. I’m still awaiting official confirmation as to whether or not this is an M.2 based solution or a proprietary connector. Update: It’s a custom Apple design, not M.2. Since there’s no PCIe routed off of the CPU in Haswell ULT, these 2 lanes come from the on-package PCH.
While discussing with some ‘friends’ over App.net I have read that many gets all their passwords back with an iTunes backup. Some cannot achieve that with ‘cabled’ backup but only with iCloud one.
Personally I’m into wired iTunes backup – for a number of reasons – and having recently restored a 32GB iPhone 5 from a backup of my previous “old” 16GB one I can say that I had to insert again MANUALLY both usernames and passwords for the following apps:
- Netbot (only the password)
- Reeder (only the password)
Also I had to re-authorize apps like Day One and iaWriter to take advantage of Dropbox’ sync.
What’s your experience with this aspect of living with iOS ???
from Kaelig Deloumeau-Prigent, a french front-end developer, a nice article on Apple’s not so smart usage of the SASS tecniques in their latest web Store update.
The iPhone has an easy mode too.
It’s called “Using the iPhone”.
That really says it all about Apple’s design, and the rest of the world.
Apple is not ‘slowing down’. It’s *everyone else* accelerating towards nonsense.
- via Riccardo Mori
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