Category Archives: Apple

Affinity Publisher is here

Adobe products are here for years and became the industry standard. Since Adobe changed its pricing policy and turned into subscription model, many users are finding alternatives. The best competitor is Serif. It released Affinity Photo as Adobe Photoshop killer and Affinity Designer to replace Adobe Illustrator. Serif released its product for Mac and Windows, and, of course,… Read More »

It’s official: Dashboard in macOS is dead

As we have written about Dashboard elimination in upcoming macOS Catalina HERE, the end of Dashboard is now official, according to this changelog, informed server Macrumors. Dashboard was introduced in Mac OS X Tiger in 2005, so Apple is eliminating Dashboard after 14 years of service. There is no hope that Dashboard will return into macOS Catalina in… Read More »

New iCloud app for PC

Apple’s apps for Windows PC, like iTunes, QuickTime or Safari, are trash. And the same applies to iCloud for Windows. Every big platform, like Apple, Microsoft and Google, requires its own bloated account. Do you want to use Word on your Android device? Then you need both bloated Google and bloated Microsoft account. And then to join Apple… Read More »

Apple updated iOS

Though Apple is working hard on upcoming iOS 13, the actual iOS 12 still receives updates. This update of iOS is only targeted for iPhone 8 Plus users and it is not available on other devices. According to Apple’s release notes, this update addresses an issue that caused the Camera app to capture Portrait mode photos without a… Read More »

Mactracker – your Apple database

Apple released in its history many products since it was based in 1976 in California. Classic Macintosh, eMac, iMac, Mac mini, Mac Pro, MacBook, iBook, PowerBook, Apple TV, iPhone, iPad, iPod, Newton, monitors… who has to remember them all? Having a database of all Apple’s product, without need of complicated web search or “googling”, would be nice. If… Read More »

SHA-1 certificates are no longer supported in macOS Catalina and iOS 13

If you still have a Windows XP, you may see that some webpages won’t load, some webpages won’t allow you to log in, etc. Also, a lot of software do not support Windows XP anymore, including web browsers and also you can’t use the newest security certificates and features. Apple, known for fast dropping old technology, dropped support… Read More »