The Apple Special Event, a workflow on using Pinboard, and more
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Updated: The best general purpose weather app »
In our research for the best weather app, we found CARROT Weather to be the best overall weather app for iPhone and iPad. It has Dark Sky and Weather Underground support, a great design that’s full of personality, and a fast, customizable Apple Watch app. While there are a lot of great weather apps, CARROT Weather is the one that stands out above the rest.
Learn Ulysses is here »
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David Hepworth’s Mac and iPhone setup »
David Hepworth lives in the UK, and is a YouTube creator who focuses mainly on Apple products.
How to set up a robust web reading environment »
One of my least favorite activities is spending time looking for a web page or article I recently enjoyed, but can no longer find. Searching through several months of browsing history in Safari is a less than ideal experience. Knowing that I have plenty of tools at my disposal to archive content and save myself from this type of scenario is the icing on this particular cake of frustration. So, I set out to review my tools and the current options available to see if I could fill in those gaps.
Apple Special Event news »
Apple had an exciting week, full of new phones, watches, and software. If you missed the keynote, you can now stream it online and relive the excitement.
If you’d like to read about the new announcements and get a more in-depth look, every major tech site has an abundance of information available. We recommend starting with the MacStories overviews for the iPhone X, iPhone 8, and the new Apple Watch series.
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