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Even today on watchOS, if you as a developer want to build anything interesting UI-wise you have to use a game engine (SpriteKit or SceneKit), or render images in the background to draw onscreen to fake a richer UI than made possible by the framework

— Steve Troughton-Smith (@stroughtonsmith) May 28, 2019
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22 days ago by mjtsai
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As a Watch developer, I sadly have to agree. So painful to even do something simple. I wanted to show toast messages on a HomeKit scene being run, not possible currently as I’m stuck using basic components. Even HomeRun’s grid was difficult to do well.

— Aaron Pearce (@aaron_pearce) May 28, 2019
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Apple was always "embarrassed" about the numbers of developers supporting watchOS? It's 👏 because 👏 nobody 👏 wants 👏 to 👏 build 👏 apps 👏 with 👏 WatchKit! And by far the biggest potential Apple Watch software market is always going to be *custom watch faces*

— Steve Troughton-Smith (@stroughtonsmith) May 28, 2019
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If you don’t see the point of the refreshed iPod touch, it’s not for you. But don’t underestimate millions of folks who want/need iOS without a phone, especially families.

— Peter Cohen (@flargh) May 28, 2019
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22 days ago by mjtsai
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I vowed not to tweet about Marzipan again until next week but...

Yesterday someone mentioned rectangular text selection with the option key. NSTextView gets this for free. UITextView does not have it at all, to my knowledge.

Thousands of little things you lose without AppKit.

— Jeff J. - UnderpassApp.com (@lapcatsoftware) May 28, 2019
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22 days ago by mjtsai
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nice documentary about Shenzhen.

also, pretty scary piece about facial recognition at 25 min: “I was jaywalking, and all of a sudden I got a fine to my WeChat”https://t.co/yizy50XUUW

— joost (@joostvanderree) May 28, 2019
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Fun fact: The Apple online store only allows for 999 Mac Pros to be ordered at once so it looks like we’ll need to make a few different orders... pic.twitter.com/7NiTLkFWzK

— Brian Stucki (@brianstucki) May 28, 2019
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22 days ago by mjtsai
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Posts updated today:

WWDC 2019 Previewhttps://t.co/qihal7ehFZ

The State of Apple’s Developer Documentationhttps://t.co/3vQ394Xjpp#mjtsaiblog

— Michael Tsai (@mjtsai) May 28, 2019
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See also the HIG for the infamous Taligent/Pink, with the same gripes about the desktop metaphor, and its proposal to organize around People, Places, and Things. https://t.co/K31wCvucHo

— Dan Grover (@DanGrover) May 28, 2019
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22 days ago by mjtsai
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When everything is an object (in the Java sense), nothing is (in the Object-Oriented Programming sense). It's too easy to end up with mutable state soup when every bit of data is treated as a communication endpoint

— Joe Groff (@jckarter) May 28, 2019
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22 days ago by mjtsai
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Really not a fan of the latest 1Password for Mac design that has Cancel and Save buttons at the top left of the form, which is pretty much the worst spot to put these types of actions in an interface. pic.twitter.com/2kB3ksyTFL

— Mike Rundle (@flyosity) May 28, 2019
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Music Memos isn't dead! Apple just updated it — in late May 2019 — with support for the notched iPhone screens. pic.twitter.com/bBTXLQ8D8Z

— Chris Welch (@chriswelch) May 28, 2019
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22 days ago by mjtsai
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Today, we officially launch OmniFocus for the Web!https://t.co/Mlm0Rl9tEy

This browser-based companion app to OmniFocus for Mac and iOS includes the native apps' core features. A free two-week trial is available, so you can figure out whether it meets your needs before paying.

— Ken Case (@kcase) May 28, 2019
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22 days ago by mjtsai
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0.0000000% design refresh. https://t.co/ZQOSGOZeJK

— Ryan Jones (@rjonesy) May 28, 2019
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22 days ago by mjtsai
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They're no more skeuomorphic than the flat ones. Stop deluding yourself.https://t.co/ADULbyGjuP

— Eli Schiff (@eli_schiff) May 28, 2019
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22 days ago by mjtsai
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And we probably won’t be getting standard UIKit API for developers to adopt that same look in their apps, wasting thousands of engineering hours reinventing the wheel https://t.co/Y49c3uaiya

— Guilherme Rambo (@_inside) May 28, 2019
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22 days ago by mjtsai
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Screenshot tools in iOS 13 have a totally redesigned look, much more realistic and iOS 6-like. Let’s hope this return to aestheticism and realism continues. https://t.co/2nfEJYbTM2 pic.twitter.com/OEhXNg2OyI

— Mike Rundle (@flyosity) May 28, 2019
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Really interested to see how Apple pulls off peer-to-peer device locating as the rumors have suggested. Here’s the new “Find My” app icon being unveiled next week. RIP Tile. pic.twitter.com/aMSE9lHJjq

— Mike Rundle (@flyosity) May 28, 2019
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22 days ago by mjtsai
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So as of this summer, the new baseline is going to be an A9 and 2 GB of RAM. Which means that the *oldest supported iOS device* will have about the same CPU performance that the 2018 Android flagships did.

— Michael Love (@elkmovie) May 28, 2019
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22 days ago by mjtsai
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Also, the article's theory that Apple is about the drop the A8 - and therefore the iPhone 6/6+ along with the 5s - makes sense; those are the last devices left with only 1 GB of RAM, not to mention that the A9 was a huge performance leap over the A7/A8.

— Michael Love (@elkmovie) May 28, 2019
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