- iPhones are hard to use
- Celebrate Fifteen Years of Fedora
- Getting the iPad to Pro – The new iPad Pro is a computer from the future, with software from yesterday
Just three links today from some not-so-new articles. Still they’re well worth a read!
If you’re a(n old-time) Mac lover what could be the sticker/icon set to absolutely have on your iOS device for chat use/abuse? Well, look no further than this amazing Classic Mac set officially – and freely – made available by Apple itself on the iTunes Store!
Our chat will never look the same!
Now sorry, download has just finished and I can’t wait to use them…
update = Requires iOS 10, so for now you can use it if you’re into the Beta program!
There is only one way to use Touch ID with one hand — the thumb. And so being told to use another finger undermines the beauty of Touch ID: single hand access. Another finger means difficulty in opening the phone on the subway, while carrying a baby, babies, dogs, groceries.
Craig Mod on his Can no longer abide Touch ID → piece over Medium spoke the ultimate words on that crazy Speedy Gonzales behavior of its iteration on the iPhone 6S …
The only feature I’m really missing are Safari content blockers. In case you were wondering, the requirement for this feature is an iOS device with 64-bit processor, which means iPhone 5S or newer, iPad Air or newer, iPad mini 2 or newer, and the 6th-gen iPod touch. As I observed on social networks, slightly older devices would benefit a lot from content blockers, as there are certain sites with so many ads and underlying related code that browsing them is an exercise in frustration and a blow to the device’s general performance. Too bad (and ironic) that they can’t take advantage of this iOS 9 feature.
Riccado “morrick” Mori