I was hopeful for new iPads at this event but given how big of an impression the Apple Watch Series 4 made on me, I’m not feeling let down. I will, however, complain about the prices because I consider them to be absurd. Not by much but nevertheless… absurd.
It’s out and I have added it to my reading queue!
Benjamin Mayo detailed Ming-Chi Kuo’s latest report about this year’s iPhones being available in various new colours, akin to what they did with the iPhone 5C with bright greens, yellows, blues, etc. The flagship iPhones have only come in white/silver, black/grey, gold, and rose gold. Oh, and (RED) of course…
Apple launched a new battery replacement program for the late 2016 13″ MacBook Pros (the ones without the Touch Bar), because it could expand due to the “failure of a component”.
IOS TIP: Did you ever think: I’m glad my iPhone’s back to 80%, but I still want to keep it in Lower Power mode? Do a Force Touch on the notification: pic.twitter.com/teE1dtX7ft
— Greg Maletic (@gregmaletic) April 8, 2018
This is but one example of the hundreds, if not thousands, of hidden features inside iOS, macOS, watchOS, tvOS, and Siri. There are so many of these right now, that I don’t know a single person who would be aware of all of them. I read one of my own tips, which I published a few years ago, and was amazed that something like that was possible, and that I did not remember it1.
P.S. If you’re on macOS and don’t know the following keyboard shortcuts, make sure to memorise them — they’re really useful:
⌘C — Copy Item
⌥⌘C — Copy Path to Item
⌘V — Paste Item
⌥⌘V — Move Copied Item
— Wojtek Pietrusiewicz (@morid1n) February 4, 2017
- I have since forgotten it again. ↩