I’m still waiting for all of my iWork and iLife apps to download, but I managed to read this while waiting for OS X Mavericks to download, and it’s classic John Siracusa—detailed, thorough, and enjoyable. If you’re going to read one lengthy review of Apple’s newest operating system, make it this one.
Rather than read my hastily-typed play-by-play of the live stream, why not check it out yourself? Apple will be streaming it at 1PM Eastern to any recent Mac, iOS device, or Apple TV.
That being said, we will have our own thoughts after the event on whatever is announced—my money is on new iPads, the Mac Pro, new software, and a slim chance at new MacBook Pros.
Austin Mann really puts the iPhone 5S’s camera to the test:
This iPhone 5S beats out the 5 in every camera test and in many ways I prefer it to my DSLR. Sure it has its pros & cons…but for the first time ever, I didn’t bring my Canon 1DX and I didn’t regret it one bit. That’s saying a lot.
The quiet beauty behind the iPhone 5S is what I find most powerful. The upgrades they made here aren’t ones that sell phones…instead, they focused on making the pictures better, even if it’s silent innovations in features no one even knows about…it’s not max megapixels or other flashy specs. The results are amazing and at the end of the day, people are going to really like the pictures coming from their iPhone 5S…and that’s really all that matters!
I’m sitting out this round of upgrades, as my iPhone 5 is about a year old, and while I was impressed with its improvements over the 4 it replaced, I’ll be excited for the 5S’s successor and what other ways Apple pushes the limits of phone photography.
Cabel Sasser shares a bit about Panic’s new digs. I like that it’s a mix of fun Internet “startup” and also still reserved and serious. More importantly, can I live there?
Apple finally found someone to fill the void left by
John Browett Ron Johnson—Burberry CEO Angela Ahrendts. According to Apple’s press release, Ahrendts will get the newly created title of Senior Vice President of Retail and Online Stores, be part of the executive team, and report directly to Apple CEO Tim Cook…
We’re back with an all-new episode of Patent Pending! In this episode, Matt and Eric waste about 15 minutes catching up on all the tech things that they missed, and then talk about TV shows, iOS 7, reference every other tech podcast out there, complain about some app updates, greedy customers, and much more…