May 30, 2013

News: iTunes Festival Returning in September

Late last night, Apple announced that the iTunes Festival would be returning in September, just like last year. The festival takes place at London’s Roundhouse and is broadcast both live and on-demand through the month on iTunes, an iOS app, and an Apple TV “app”. Some notable acts will include Justin Timberlake, Thirty Seconds to Mars, Jack Johnson and Jessie J…

News: Apple Introduces Low-Cost iPod touch

In a surprising move, Apple’s first bit of redesigned hardware for the year wasn’t an iPad, Mac, or iPhone, but the lowly iPod touch. Gone is the less-expensive previous generation model, and in its place is a $229 model that is very similar to the other current generation models, except without a rear camera or loop attachment…

May 24, 2013

Article: Eric Schwarz’s iPhone 5

Now that you’ve seen some home screens of folks I work with, I wanted to share mine and talk a little about my workflow. Although I do a lot of posting on SchwarzTech, especially via mobile, that generally gets done on my iPad. I do have some apps for managing the site on my iPhone, but they have less use. Since my phone is used for a lot of day-to-day tasks, here is my workflow…

May 15, 2013

Article: iOS Not-As-Low-Hanging Fruit

While watching the coverage of Google’s I/O event, I got grumpy. It may be easy to jump to the assumption that I’m mad that Google took some digs at Apple, or created some sort of feature that is easily dismissed as useless or something that would be appreciated in Eureka. A year ago, John Gruber mentioned some obvious improvements that Apple could make to the then-next version of iOS, and I thought I’d argue what Apple could do with the next big update…

May 10, 2013

Article: Julie Nelson’s iPhone 4S

After running a couple of other home screen profiles, I was contacted by friend of the site, Julie Nelson, wanting to share her workflow. Currently she works as a Web Design Account Coordinator for Nextfly, an Indianapolis-area web design firm. She has already shared her setup on her work blog, but wanted us to republish it here…