Review: Using Apple’s AirPods

I am truly not much of a music person. Yes, I do subscribe to Spotify and I just listen to the same playlist and sometimes switch between productive tunes to another random playlist that is shared on the streaming service. What I do listen consistently are podcasts and that is usually when I am driving.…… Continue reading Review: Using Apple’s AirPods

Review: My MacBook 12″ Experience

At the end of last year, I was carrying a large laptop bag between meetings and at times I was really struggling. It felt like I was carrying weights. Running between various offices and locations for meetings made it a little tough at times. A retina MacBook Pro 13″, an iPad Pro 12.9″, several files and folders, a…… Continue reading Review: My MacBook 12″ Experience

Gboard for iOS Review

There was a time when Apple allowed other software makers to create their own “keyboard” for iOS devices. It was as though it was yesterday because I was utterly frustrated that as much as the functionalities that they bring, it was buggy and sometimes downright completely useless. Then came Gboard for iOS. A keyboard, made…… Continue reading Gboard for iOS Review

Why Apple Maps Malaysia is so far behind

There are a couple of things which Apple is good for and there are many things which they are great in. But when it comes to their Maps application, whether it is for iOS of mac OS, it certainly sucks. Of course, I mean this in the context that in Malaysia, it pretty much sucks.…… Continue reading Why Apple Maps Malaysia is so far behind

What I Hope Apple will Announce at WWDC

Every year Apple will host their annual WWDC conference 2016 which stands for Apple’s Worldwide Developer Conference. It will be held in San Francisco this year in 2016 and what can we normally expect from such a conference? In 2014, Apple announced OS X Yosemite and iOS 8. Some features include continuity which includes handoff…… Continue reading What I Hope Apple will Announce at WWDC