Searched for "September 30, 2019" in this user's bookmarks. Found 48 results

« earlier   

Twitter
My favorite thing about Apple's Touch Bar is how, three years after it was introduced, I can still rely on it to crash while trying to decrease the volume on my laptop. pic.twitter.com/Eg5yYUBtBo

— CGP Grey 🐝 (@cgpgrey) September 30, 2019
FavoriteTweet  cgpgrey 
october 2019 by mjtsai
Twitter
Yup. @NewYorkerhttps://t.co/g0UTpCOLCE pic.twitter.com/IIZF5ZVqwq

— Maria Konnikova (@mkonnikova) September 30, 2019
FavoriteTweet  mkonnikova 
october 2019 by mjtsai
Twitter
Early prototype for protocol-powered generic Collection APIs for trimming, searching, splitting, replacing, etc.https://t.co/6bJ34e8sh9 pic.twitter.com/xqR93FG1CV

— Michael Ilseman (@Ilseman) September 30, 2019
FavoriteTweet  Ilseman 
october 2019 by mjtsai
Twitter
They call out the Apple App Store as well.

TBH, I think there should be a $99 flat fee and a 3.5% processing fee like credit cards for the App Store. Perhaps even include it in a dev account. pic.twitter.com/AECTwbeQEJ

— Timbula (@tperfitt) September 30, 2019
FavoriteTweet  tperfitt 
october 2019 by mjtsai
Twitter
My god, why anybody in their right mind would install any flavor of iOS 13 right now is mind-boggling.

iOS 13.1.2 came out ONE BUSINESS DAY after 13.1.1. One day!https://t.co/OQDm1KelSM

— Simone Manganelli (@simX) September 30, 2019
FavoriteTweet  simX 
october 2019 by mjtsai
Twitter
Kudos to Apple for fixing bugs quickly, but please communicate to devs what's going on!

— Steve Shepard (@steveshepard) September 30, 2019
FavoriteTweet  steveshepard 
october 2019 by mjtsai
Twitter
I believe (and base my business strategy - what there is of it anyway) that there is still a very active market for pro-sumer productivity software priced under $100.

the market is much smaller than mobile, but the user-base is willing to pay reasonable prices for useful tools.

— isaiah (@isaiah) September 30, 2019
FavoriteTweet  isaiah 
october 2019 by mjtsai
Twitter
i think many assume the app store price pressure is the new normal. that user expectations simply changed for all software one day.

but outside of mobile app store the $1 app expectation never took root. there is pressure to reduce prices sure, but nothing like the app store.

— isaiah (@isaiah) September 30, 2019
FavoriteTweet  isaiah 
october 2019 by mjtsai
Twitter
I made this a while back. The red is empty space. pic.twitter.com/hyWokbbwrn

— Tanner B 🦕 (@NSExceptional) September 30, 2019
FavoriteTweet  NSExceptional 
september 2019 by mjtsai
Twitter
"Apple may not be in the business on monetising your data, but the OS and all the free apps that go with it are there to pull you in so they can sell you other things."

This is just like what I recently said:https://t.co/twkMgND3jN https://t.co/sqpDWIWSfF

— Jeff Johnson (@lapcatsoftware) September 30, 2019
FavoriteTweet  lapcatsoftware 
september 2019 by mjtsai
Twitter
my spidey sense sez QA at Apple doesn't have much power. I witnessed some absolutely irresponsible + manipulative decisions & code check-ins by engineers the past year, but, inevitably the release team would find the resulting issues and get them papered over

— James O'Leary (@jpohhhh) September 30, 2019
FavoriteTweet  jpohhhh 
september 2019 by mjtsai
Twitter
It's so odd, especially since this release was already technically delayed by a year. Gotta feel for the engineers that are losing sleep over these bugs.

— ChrisLTD (@chrisltd) September 30, 2019
FavoriteTweet  chrisltd 
september 2019 by mjtsai
Twitter
New Apple Maps data is out for New England and the 3D visualization tool is a really interesting way to visualize how towns are developed. For example, here's the dividing line between Norwalk on the left and Westport on the right: pic.twitter.com/7rhl6IegEO

— Michael Love (@elkmovie) September 30, 2019
FavoriteTweet  elkmovie 
september 2019 by mjtsai
Twitter
Seeing iOS 13 bugs dominate my timeline again makes me realize that I can say with total honestly, since switching to Android I haven't experienced one single repeatable bug.

— scott (@agilethumbs) September 30, 2019
FavoriteTweet  agilethumbs 
september 2019 by mjtsai
Twitter
I suspect that Feedback Assistant's ease of use (combined with, well, iOS 13…) has swamped Apple in bug reports, and with more screeners in the mix. They started off responsive, but I haven't seen many of my reports updated since WWDC. I don't feel confident anybody's seen mine https://t.co/TBtZCd14M6

— Steve Troughton-Smith (@stroughtonsmith) September 30, 2019
FavoriteTweet  stroughtonsmith 
september 2019 by mjtsai
Twitter
I was once a professional AppleScript programmer and still love automating things on the Mac, but this is the very first time I see an example script snippet in a library of an Apple application (new Numbers version). I am puzzled...would have wished that for QuarkXPress 3.0 😅 pic.twitter.com/9J5q1Ulttq

— Martin Michel (@applescripter) September 30, 2019
FavoriteTweet  applescripter 
september 2019 by mjtsai
Twitter
I guess you’re seeing the effect of Safari 13 sending users to that particular Mac App Store page after informing them independent extensions are dead. I’m seeing it too.

— Paulo Andrade (@pfandrade_) September 30, 2019
FavoriteTweet  pfandrade_ 
september 2019 by mjtsai
Twitter
"OK, this is as good as it gets" was just about acceptable last year for Marzipan because it wasn't open to developers, but now people are relying on it to build apps it needs a much higher issue response rate

— Steve Troughton-Smith (@stroughtonsmith) September 30, 2019
FavoriteTweet  stroughtonsmith 
september 2019 by mjtsai
Twitter
I'd like to know which areas of macOS Catalina are changing beta to beta, because they're not doing a lot on the Catalyst side. I feel like they've got to a 'OK, this is as good as it gets. Wait till next year' point, which, considering SceneKit's still broken for me, is alarming

— Steve Troughton-Smith (@stroughtonsmith) September 30, 2019
FavoriteTweet  stroughtonsmith 
september 2019 by mjtsai
Twitter
TensorFlow 2.0 has been released! Congrats everyone, and thanks for making this possible.

Release notes: https://t.co/NSgSiswauO

— Josh Gordon (@random_forests) September 30, 2019
FavoriteTweet  random_forests 
september 2019 by mjtsai

« earlier   

Copy this bookmark:



description:


tags:



Copy this bookmark:



description:


tags: