Apple has created a Chinese version of its “What’s a Computer?” Ad. The Chinese version delivers such a different message and does so in a less… conceited or aggressive tone.
In this post, Kay follows up on Mac Power Users Episode 322, detailing why Keynote interactive MOV export is not coming back and how to work around the issue, providing tips on using Guided Access with Keynote and some additional tibits on Apple Marketing’s use of Keynote.
Update: Apple has unfortunately patched this before iOS 10’s final release. The instructons below will no longer work.
Apple’s updated Photos app recognizes thousands of objects, scenes and facial expressions. This is not documented anywhere and is subject to change. Nonetheless, I took the liberty to jot some of these down. Next time when testing, you would have a better idea which keywords to try.
Apple has created a spoken version of its iOS 10 video for visually impaired individuals. If you choose the alternative audio track, in addition to the background music, you hear the following voiceover.
This is a three-fold process. One, disabling check and automated download of new OTA updates. Two, removing badge “1” on Settings app. Three, removing downloaded, but not yet installed OTA packages.
Here’s how to legally download any previous version of an App Store app through iTunes.
Here’s how to open iWork’14 (Yosemite) Files in iWork’13 (Mavericks) without resaving them as Package in iWork’14.
Some have asked me how to downgrade OS X without losing any files, applications and data. I decided to write a brief tutorial of downgrading from OS X 10.10 to 10.9. The same process applies for downgrading from 10.11 to 10.10.
iOS 7 design went through multiple revisions, used to be way less polarizing. And we know these thanks to Apple and third party’s intentional and unintentional leaks.