A touchscreen mac is coming, but macOS is a mouse driven interface that would have a terrible, clunky, touch experience. The time is not now.
Most of the features I want from the next version of iOS are minor. They are fixes and improvements to things Apple already have. I don’t care about home screen widgets. iOS is past the stage of flashy. It's time to double down on making devices a pleasure to use once again.
Working from home in an epidemic has been hard. On the surface, I find it boring, I struggle to motivate myself, and I’m less effective. But I hear from my colleagues that they want more of this, that they are _more_ productive, _more_ engaged and not looking forward to returning to the office. For
In London, there is one CCTV camera for every fourteen people. But there are at least eight million residents with smartphones. When police brutality escalates in Hong Kong, and the murder of a black man is filmed by passers by in the US, they look like our greatest defence.