When your user base consists of millions of people from pretty much every country, there are many things to consider while conducting user tests.
Undoubtedly, Apple co-founder and visionary Steve Jobs wrote several thousands of emailsthroughout his life. Relatively few of them have been shared with the public, and most of those are short responses to customer complaints.
But there are a few trails out there that show the skillful way Jobs used written communication. Let’s take a look at just one example and see what lessons we can glean from it.
Apple has now released iOS 11.2, bringing a fix for the crashes users experienced since the date rolled over to December 2, new Live Wallpapers for iPhone X users, and faster wireless charging on Qi chargers. iOS 11.2 also includes Apple Pay Cash (rolling out over the next week) for peer-to-peer payments between users in the U.S. Continue reading “Apple Releases iOS 11.2”
A serious bug in macOS High Sierra lets anyone log into an admin account using the username “root” with no password. This works when attempting to access an administrator’s account on an unlocked Mac, and it also provides access at the login screen of a locked Mac. Continue reading ““Root” User Bug in High Sierra”
If you’ve recently upgraded to macOS High Sierra but are wondering what’s new and how to take advantage of new features, Apple has put together a very nice web experience to explain what’s new.
There are plenty of tutorials online to create an HTML signature in Apple Mail with older versions of OS X, but the process has changed ever so slightly for the new macOS X Sierra (10.12.x). Matt Coneybeare has a great blog post and shows how to do it.