Innovation and advance are impossible without change, and implementing change successfully is crucial to Apple. Here are two examples of it not going right.
Mojave’s effective Enhanced Dictation is gone in Catalina, replaced by Voice Control. In some ways that’s better, but not for dictation.
A great idea: tag blocks of text in a PDF and build them into reading order, so that they can be read out loud. How well does that work, then?
Was WWDC a damp squib after all? With only one new unaffordable Mac announced, and more dreadful privacy dialogs on their way, you might think so.
What the Accessibility list in Privacy controls is about, and how it almost made it easier to add an app to Full Disk Access.
This is a common problem. You’re in the middle of something, and the pointer (or cursor) goes into […]
What good is a fiddly miniature display strip when you can’t see it properly? With the right controls, it can be a great improvement.
What do you make of an app which “takes control of your Mac” without asking you, and then refuses to let you disable that?
El Capitan’s no-go areas make many important extensions unusable now. Apple must step in and enhance OS X to compensate.
Until recently, keyboards and mice have used very little of our sensory and motor abilities. The Magic Trackpad 2 is a step in the right direction.