Oliver Haslam has written about technology for nearly ten years. His work has been published in print at Macworld and online pretty much everywhere else. If it plugs in or has a battery, it's fair game.
Coppice, a Mac app for collection and linking together of thoughts and ideas, has a big new update available for download today. Coppice now supports advanced image features including the ability to link to specific parts of an image for the first time.
Apple has re-enabled an Apple Music API that allows third-party apps to control the playback speed of songs. The API was first removed when Apple shipped iOS 15.4 but an engineer has confirmed that it is now back as of the latest iOS 15.5 beta.
Some people are talking about the resurgence of RSS but the truth is that it never went away. ReadKit has long been one of the best ways to read RSS feeds and now it's better than ever with a big version 3.0 update that adds a ton of features and changes to the mix.
Buyers of new BMW cars around the world are going to have to live without CarPlay support, although the company says that people will be able to take advantage of the feature via a future software update.
Apple still has some new services that need to be launched, with a new report claiming that a hardware subscription and the addition of a 'buy now, pay later' Apple Pay option will be the next two to come out of Cupertino.
Greg Marcus, CEO of Marcus Theatres, wants Apple to remember the times when it "restricted the supply" of iPhones and "it worked so beautifully to their advantage." If you're wondering what iPhone lines and theaters have in common, you aren't alone.
Apple TV+ has won a GLAAD Media Award for a special episode of 'The Oprah Conversation' that featured Elliot Page. Page was speaking during his first on-camera interview after disclosing that he is transgender.