I don’t mince my words when it comes to the awesomeness of Tapbot’s Tweetbot. It was one of the first apps I fell in love with on my iPhone, and is one of the only apps I use constantly. My affection for Twitter as a platform would not be as devout if it were not […]
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Well, that was depressing. Not the phones themselves. I could easily see my wife enjoying one of the iPhone 5Cs with a complimentary cheese grater case. She does not care much about anything other than camera, and a cheaper price would be right up her alley. What many seem to keep discounting with these “S” […]
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I can’t decide if the weeks before an Apple announce are the most exciting or annoying days of the year for me. On one hand, the need to “report” rumors and roughly-founded opinions has gotten old for me. The other hand holds an entire sea of possibility that provides wonder to Wall and Main Streets. […]
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When iOS 7 was first announced, there were those that both applauded and jeered at the new design (I love how there’s no in between anymore). Headlines were written referring to what Apple did wrong with the newest version.Posts were written by designers telling us how they would have done things. The naysayers were loudest […]
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My Twitter feed has been inundated with designers angry about the new iOS look and feel. They talk about how terrible the color scheme is and how they would change the logos. Each post from said designer is accompanied by their own comps, comparing how much better it is. Sound familiar? It’s because they were […]
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