Bye, Aperture

Aperture is a professional photo editing software. In its days of fame, it competed with big names like Adobe Lightroom. Aperture’s current version originates in 2010. Mac computers are often chosen by photographers, artists, musicians and movie creators, so it was a surprise when Apple decided to discontinue Aperture back in 2014, which was very popular between photographers.… Read More »

New budget iPad has 3 GB RAM

On the latest Apple event in September, Apple introduced updated version of its budget iPad 2018. It’s just evolution, its heart is still A10 Fusion SoC, but it has bigger, 10.2-inch display. Also, it now features Smart Connector, so you can use external keyboards for Smart Connector instead of relying on Bluetooth hardware. As for A10 Fusion chip,… Read More »

Apple updated iOS

At 19th September, Apple released major update of iOS – iOS 13. Users of iPads had to wait till 24th September for iPadOS release, a fork of iOS dedicated for iPads. Mac users have to wait to unspecified date in October for macOS Catalina. It’s strange why Apple decided so. For example, it causes problems with new Reminders… Read More »

Apple released iPadOS

It was a little surprise when Apple on 2019 WWDC announced iPadOS. It’s a fork of “regular” iOS optimized for iPads. For years, iPad was considered as big iPhone without GSM module, but since iOS 9 and iPad-specific features like iOS 9 multitasking – two apps on one screen a Picture-In-Picture support – Apple began to split iOS… Read More »

How to uninstall apps on macOS

Uninstalling apps on macOS looks very easy. Just drag app icon from Applications folder to Trash Can icon and then just empty the Trash. Though this is the official way how to delete apps, deleted apps may leave traces in system. Data files burrowed deeply in macOS system, preferencies folders, plugins and other data may still remain on… Read More »