Monthly Archives: October 2019

It looks like iPad Pro won’t be refreshed in 2019

By | 31/10/2019

iPad Pro is Apple’s flagship hi-end tablet, with first generation announced in fall 2015. If you want to own hi-end tablet, the iPad Pro is the best solution, because, as for Android, only Samsung is selling Android tablet with hi-end specs. Another problem is, that many of Android apps are not optimized for tablets’ big screen, they are… Read More »

2020 iPhones may get 120 Hz display

By | 30/10/2019

iPads Pro 2nd generation (2017) and newer feature 120 Hz display. Apple calls it ProMotion. Thanks to ProMotion, screen is refreshed 2 times faster than common LCD display. It’s not only good for Apple Pencil and artist – ProMotion (and other optimizations) reduces latency from 50 ms to 20 ms and thanks to software optimizations in iPadOS 13,… Read More »

New SSDs for NAS devices

By | 26/10/2019

NAS is great device. Imagine it as a small computer which serves as network disk and is available to all users in your LAN. Optionally, a lot of models allows you to access it from Internet, outside of your home LAN. More advanced NAS devices also allow you to install your own 3rd-party apps. Personally, I use Dropbox… Read More »

Samsung updated software for fingerprint sensor

By | 25/10/2019

Fingerprint sensor is a great way to improve security of our, but not limited to, mobile smart devices. Every human got unique fingerprint and this biometric security is based on this fact. Sometimes may sensor let pass fingerprint authentification test with fingerprint from other person, because no sensor is perfect and many humans got very similar fingerprint, but… Read More »

I have Apple Watch

By | 24/10/2019

Hello everyone, this is 4th story on this blog from me. I decided to live more healthier and to re-manage my sport habits to lose weight. We are sitting at our computers and smartphones more and more and moving less and less, and amount of young people with overweight is raising. I was finding impuls, and that impuls… Read More »

Apple updated macOS

By | 22/10/2019

Apple released a new supplemental update for macOS Catalina. This update can be downloaded via the Software Update section of the System Preferences app. If no update is shown, the reason is that this supplemental update is probably limited to users, which haven’t already download first supplemental update. As for me, I installed first supplemental update and updater… Read More »

uTorrent – victim of macOS Catalina

By | 18/10/2019

Downloading torrents is popular. Torrents do not automatically mean cracked or pirated software, as some media may say. It’s just other way of downloading files, though it’s sometimes abused, but the same applies to classic downloading. It’s something like CD/DVD burners – if you own one, you are not automatically movie or music pirate. One of the most… Read More »