Apple Q2 2019 sees $58bn revenue despite iPhone sales slump

Apple has announced its second quarter financial results for the year, revealing quarterly revenue of $58 billion, which includes new record Services revenue at $11.5 billion. Though the quarterly revenue was down 5-percent year-on-year, the company’s earnings met analysts’ expectations, joining strong iPad growth and more. The figures join a strong guidance for the company’s third quarter. Apple saw 61-percent … Continue reading

Apple Aperture Will Not Run On Macs After Mojave

Apple’s pro photo editing tool Aperture has been quite popular over the years but there’s going to be a significant change now for users. Apple has cautioned that Aperture will no longer work in versions of macOS that it releases after Mojave. This includes the one due this year and thereafter.

Users who wish to retain access to their Aperture libraries after that will either have to migrate them to Photos or Adobe Lightroom Classic. The fact that Apple is going to do this after Mojave shouldn’t really surprise anyone.

The app hasn’t been updated for almost five years and no downloads have been offered for almost four years now. So the writing has always been on the wall for Aperture but still, the transition has to be made for those who are still using the app.

The support page on Apple’s website presents several options for those who are looking to make this transition. This includes migrating a library to the Photos app or to Adobe Lightroom Classic. When the latter is done, library organization, metadata, and image adjustments are preserved with a few exceptions, such as RAW files being migrated but Aperture’s non-destructive adjustment layer on top being left behind.

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YouTube’s newest deal brings free MLB games for everyone

YouTube has penned a deal with Major League Baseball (MLB) to offer free livestreams of 13 games during the second half of the 2019 baseball season. The exclusive deal will cover streaming in the United States, Canada, and Puerto Rico, marking YouTube’s first live game distribution partnership with the league. The livestreams will feature regular season games. Under the new … Continue reading

What if Apple stopped selling MacBooks?

What would need to happen to the consumer tech market in order for Apple to stop selling desktop computers? What would happen in your life if Apple, one day, announced that they’d be phasing out MacOS, iMac, Mac Pro, and MacBooks of all sorts? We were reminded today in Apple’s quarterly earnings call that the company is at a point … Continue reading

Facebook Wants to Know Which Friends You Want to Fuck

Remember back in ye olde days when you would poke that cute friend of yours on Facebook? Well, at its yearly F8 conference today, Facebook announced it’s bringing that weird fuck-y energy back to the platform with a new feature called Secret Crush.

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