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    Newsletter Issue #1028: Living in a World of Non-Support

    December 13th, 2021

    So Barbara and I have iPhones (and her iPad) that are fully compatible with the latest operating systems from Apple. They may not be new enough to take advantage of all of the spiffy new features, but they run just fine. There are no issues that I can see; apps launch fast, that things that […]


    Newsletter Issue #1009: The Big Sur Report: Better Late Than Never

    November 8th, 2020

    Before I get started, let me tell you about 2000, when I first installed a Public Beta of Mac OS X. The Aqua interface sure looked different, but as I wrote in one of my books on the new OS at the time, a Mac was still a Mac, and my normal workflow never changed, […]


    Newsletter Issue #996: Apple’s 2020 WWDC Keynote: Wake Me Up When It’s Over

    June 22nd, 2020

    The tech media, particularly the Apple fan sites, will be poring over Apple’s new OS announcements at the 2020 WWDC keynote. In large part, most of the changes are largely predictable upgrades, though there are some notable developments. So, after 19 years, version X of the macOS will go away, to be replaced by macOS […]


    Newsletter Issue #976 — My Long and Winding Road to Catalina

    October 30th, 2019

    Note to Readers This column was written before Apple released its fourth fiscal quarter financials. With record revenue, Apple’s results were at the high-end of Wall Street expectations. For now, you can read the basics at Apple’s site. I’ll be dealing with that subject in more detail in the next issue. Revisiting macOS Catalina So macOS Catalina […]