Apple have released a new iPad together with a Magic Keyboard. But does it solve a problem that doesn’t exist? I share some thoughts on a year spent with the previous model, and why the new Magic Keyboard is likely to be just as frustrating as the old Smart Keyboard.
Welcome to Book Club. Followers of this blog will have noticed a theme developing over the past few posts, and to be honest if you find historical dereliction a worthwhile subject for photography you will sooner or later come across…
I like TimeMachine for its simplicity. Like most OS-X features it’s simple to configure and just works, but if your use case is slightly more advanced than most people’s then configuration can be less straight forward. Take backing up to a NAS for example. Not all Network Attached Storage devices can be used as TimeMachine disks, and those that do offer the service only do so on the local network. Or so I thought.
Got an iPhone? Want some free ringtones? You’ve come to the right place. Here’s a selection I’m using on a daily basis, just download and drag into iTunes.