Monthly Archives: August 2020

I forwarded notifications from my iPhone to Apple Watch, why I sometimes see them on my iPhone?

You may heard that Apple Watch is an another stupid device for useless measuring of pulse and steps and you can get Xiaomi watches for 20 USD to do the same things, mostly from anti-Apple fanboys or people that just do not understand technology. Apple Watch is definitely not useless piece of technology, I’m saying it as a… Read More »

MacRumors reports that lower storage options in new iMacs are soldered to the Logic Board

Server MacRumors.com found interesting information about new, just released 5K iMacs. If you purchase option with lower storage – under 4 TB – your SSD is soldered to Logic Board. If you purchase 4 TB or 8 TB storage option, there is a flash storage expansion board, which is attached to a connector on the Logic Board. This… Read More »

No public beta today :-(

I’m betatester of iPadOS 14 and yesterday, a developer beta 4 was released. I expected new public beta today, but… nothing. No new public beta available. I was browsing prominent Apple webs, no sign about new public betas. This year, public betas were released always day after developer betas since second developer betas (except macOS Big Sur), but… Read More »

Dark Sky for Android is shutting down after Apple’s acquisition

Dak Sky is a weather service, like AccuWeather or our official local Slovak SHMU. As you may notice in your weather app (if multiple sources are supported) or on services’ websites, weather forecasts are slightly different. It’s on you to find the right one. I’m using CARROT Weather with optionally downloaded data from the Dark Sky for weather… Read More »