How is Apple's Worldwide Developer Conference like San Diego Comicon? Andy Ihnatko explains that it's all about going from being a small insider event to a huge public gathering.
Leopard doesn’t have one or two major features that’ll convince you to upgrade, but rather a half dozen or more minor ones. And the half dozen features that convince you will be different from those that convince me.
Andy Ihnatko unscientifically tallies just what the new features in Leopard are worth.
My $249 Things Have Officially Gotten Out of Hand Detector from Brookstone started blinking in overdrive one day. Sure enough, moments later the phone rang and I found myself being interrogated.
Andy Ihnatko comes clean on the truth of his relationship with Fake Steve Jobs.
Andy Ihnatko is one of the few people who has used an iPhone. It's a shame that all ends on Friday.
My good friend Apple Computer Inc. has asked me to start calling it Apple Inc. And this time the news came in the form of a press release, rather than over a shared plate of cheesy fries.
Geeks don’t conform to the status quo—and neither do their Macs. But even the best of us can get stuck in a word-processing and Web-browsing rut. If your New Year’s resolutions included breaking out of the ordinary, we’re here to help.
So Leopard has secret features, eh? But why would Apple call attention to the fact that there are secret features? What's Steve Jobs up to? Andy Ihnatko thinks he has the answer.
Get to know OS X’s other built-in automation feature
PocketMac Pro is now a mature, simple, and feature-rich product. Click to install, restart, plug your PocketPC's cradle into the USB port (or activate a Wi-Fi or Bluetooth connection), and you're ready to sync.
With Apple's iChat, the iSight, and an AppleScript, you can activate a video chat on a remote Mac. Whether you use that for something useful is up to you.
Revolution 2.1 is a real accomplishment -- a development environment for both newbie programmers and experienced consultants who need to get working apps quickly into the hands of clients.
Articles by Andy Ihnatko