In 2013, the serious rumors started: Apple was going to launch a portable. Without being able to specify too much if it would be a watch, like those launched by LG, Motorola or Samsung; or rather a bracelet, in the style of the Nike Fuelband -remember the links between Apple and Nike, yesterday and today-. For 2014, even the day before its presentation, there were still various speculations about what the portable from Apple.
A simple bracelet, a watch with the ability to display holograms, something in one piece without the possibility of personalization… Many cabals around the confusion caused by a new product line that no one knew what it would look like or what it would be used for exactly
The original Apple Watch ended up being what it was, for better and for worse, but a commercial success all the same. Today, at the gates of WWDC 2022, one wonders what this enigmatic OS reality will be, filtered and recorded by Apple itself with a certain dissimulation. Augmented or virtual reality? A helmet or glasses, for which there still seems to be too much of a technological challenge to be a reality, never better said? Or an intermediate grey?
Three days before —certainly— the mystery is solved, and while we were picking the leaves of the daisy, no leaker could detail precisely what this realityOS will be and when it will arrive, or with what type of device. The surprise would be that Monday Apple said nothing, but also surprising will be the announcement that will be made, whatever it is.
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#610: AlDente Pro
Thanks to a message from a listener, some comments on an interesting app for macOS, AlDente Pro, and a double response to a listener that includes a question about a future possibility for this podcast.
A spectacular application, an excellent companion for our training and sports practices. Whether we have a strong habit or just want to start taking it a little more seriously.
#612: Asier G. Morato, from writing articles to developing apps
We interviewed Asier G. Morato, founder of development studio Chubby Apps. After years dedicated to communication and marketing, he was inspired by Swfit UI. Today it has three apps released in the App Store. In just two years.
#613: Rediscovering the Mac
Or perhaps excessive stubbornness in adapting to a device when it should work the other way around, that the device adapts to us. Episode commenting on Federico Viticci’s article in MacStories.
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