Here it is the first Links post of 2019. As I said in the prologue post, my aim is to do these posts one a week for the entire year.
Hold on tight to your wallets because reviews of Apple’s new iMac Pro are going live on the internet and they are going to tempt the hell out of you.
MacOS still turns up some surprises. The Digital Color Meter app hidden in the Utilities folder is a great tool to select a color range.
Earlier this week a handful of journalists were invited to Apple’s campus in Cupertino, California for a roundtable discussion on the MacPro.
I finally got my hans on a pair of AirPods and they are without question the most Apple-like product to come out of Cupertino in a long time.
The nerd in me is really intrigued by the camera on the new iPhone 7 Plus. The coupling of two cameras with software can lead to some real magic.
A quick MacOS tip that will allow you to speed Time Machine up and give it more resources to complete your backups faster.
A quick tip for how you can change the default in TextEdit from RTF to plain text. Useful if you edit Code Replacement files in TextEdit.
Here’s a quick tip on how you can easily copy app icons in OS-X.
Prevent Photos app from opening automatically on OS-X when you connect a memory card or device.
My recent quest to improve the startup time and Spotlight performance under OS-X 10.9 Mavericks