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Adam Engst 38 comments

Apple Introduces iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, and iPhone X

As expected, Apple took the wraps off a slate of new iPhones: the evolutionary iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus, and the revolutionary iPhone X, which boasts a gorgeous edge-to-edge screen and drops the Home button, replacing Touch ID with Face ID. If you’re in the market for a new iPhone, which will you choose, given the iPhone X’s longer wait and higher price?

Adam Engst 30 comments

Weather in iOS 15 Gains Precipitation Notifications (But Do They Work Reliably?)

Thanks to Apple’s Weather app picking up features from Dark Sky, the company that Apple acquired in early 2020, you can now turn on next-hour precipitation notifications in iOS 15. But they aren’t reliable for some users—how about you?

TidBITS Staff 55 comments

Five Fixes for OS X 10.10 Yosemite

Complaints are inevitable with any new release of OS X, and Yosemite has garnered its fair share. Here are a few solutions and workarounds for problems we’ve experienced or seen reported.

Adam Engst 28 comments

Eudora Returns… on the iPad

If you've resisted giving up Eudora on your Mac, you'll be pleased to learn that although there hasn't been a new release for the Mac for some years, the program will be making the leap to the iPad, a platform that is in some ways more like the Macs upon which Eudora was originally designed in 1988.

Matt Neuburg No comments

The Best (and Worst) of Leopard

Leopard is about to pounce! Now that Apple has posted its list of 300 new features, I'm allowed to say which ones I like best (and which one I hate the most).

Adam Engst No comments

Eudora 6.2 Alternates Between Silly and Serious

I've been a Eudora user for a long time, and despite the improvement in other email clients over the years, I've never been tempted to switch away from Eudora

Matt Neuburg No comments

Why I Still Live at the P.O. (or, Eudora Lives!)

Amid the frantic innovation, premature releases, and scrambling for profits spawned by today's Internet software market, it's remarkable that any software can be sufficiently solid, fundamental, and established to be a classic, let alone a necessity, and even more remarkable that it should be given away for free

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