What a game.
What a game.
Craig Federighi seems like a very nice guy but it is baffling hearing him say he’s baffled about developer frustration with Apple on the latest episode of the Talk Show. I honestly hope this is spin and not complete ignorance.
I’m pleased to report the bolts have been found and the baby’s cot has been successfully reassembled.
Ugh. I reassembled the baby’s cot and I’m missing two bolts.
It’s disappointing how bad a job Apple has done getting Japanese video services to support the Apple TV.
I am shocked.
I’d hoped that the version of macOS after Big Sur (what we now know as Monterey) would dial back the prioritisation of form over function. The changes to Safari make it sound like it’s unfortunately the opposite.
I followed Craig’s advice and bought WiFi Explorer. I feel like it’s already saved me money. I don’t need a new Wi-Fi router; I just need to stop my Mac using the 2.4GHz signal on my existing one.
Work just announced they’re investigating whether to provide SARS-CoV-2 inoculations to employees. There’s no timeline at the moment and they cautioned that the local government inoculations might end up being faster but it’s pretty exciting news regardless.
I can’t find anyone else online experiencing this bug but in Apple Music when I look at the listing for Radiohead’s OK Computer in my library, ‘Karma Police’ is called ‘Complete Album’. I’ve removed the album and added it back but it doesn’t fix it.
Oof, really feeling the pain of trying to download a 13GB file from the U.S. without the benefit of a CDN. Xcode 13 Beta is crawling at the moment.
It feels like it will take a long time to digest all the things coming out at WWDC. As conflicted as I am about Apple the business, Apple the platform remains inspiring.
YouTube adding an ‘Add to Queue’ feature rather than fix their broken ‘Watch Later’ feature feels very modern softwarey.