Computer Clan –
The Macintosh TV is another rare gem from the Apple world which has earned its title as a collector’s item. But why didn’t it succeed when it was originally released? (Hey, it still looks good in black. At least it failed with style.)
My latest obsession: collecting Apple iPods in 2021. Am I NUTS?!? YouTube >>
engineerguy – Bill describes how metals like aluminum and titanium are made resistant to corrosion by growing an oxide layer into the metals. These is the same process used on many Apple products.
Playing DOOM II RPG on my old iPhone! This is still a fun turned based RPG by id Software for iOS
Dan Wood – I take a nostalgic look back at the Apple Power Mac G4. The history of the machine and a look back at the roots of MacOS X, the transition from NeXT and some classic OS9 applications and games!
In this episode we’ll take a look at the unusal history of the Mp3 player. Some people may think it began with the iPod in 2001 but the story begins back in 1979 with Kane Kramer.
Instead of using music from a collection or jingles from iMovie you can easily create your own video soundtrack in GarageBand. It only takes a few minutes to combine a drum track with other loops and then export some music that you can drag and drop into iMovie or Final Cut Pro. Then your video will have unique royalty-free music that fits the content.
Lynyrd Skynyrd – Sweet Home Alabama on iPhone X using GarageBand application for iOS.
While major new changes get all of the attention, here are 10 minor things that you may not have heard about, but could become your favorite new features in macOS Catalina. You can put Dark Mode on automatic, block email senders, use picture-in-picture with QuickTime Player, tint the color of your screen, and much more.
Apple on September 19 is releasing iOS 13, the newest version of the software that’s designed to run on the iPhone. Apple’s yearly software updates always bring long lists of new features and changes that can make your iPhone feel like a foreign device. New updates can be intimidating, but installing them is often worthwhile because Apple’s updates make sure your devices are safe, up to date, and have the latest feature improvements.