I think Mojave is the first Mac OS upgrade I’ve had regrets about doing. It is KILLING my 1st gen 12-inch MacBook.
I admit this is a low-powered laptop, but but the previous version ran fine.
Apparently, "travel clothes" are now a thing. Why? Am I doing it wrong? I normally just wear my normal clothes when traveling.
Be the change you want to see in the world. I’m being a nickel and three pennies.
I think I may the only person in the world who suffers anxiety because the icons on my phone homescreen aren’t arranged perfectly for usability and color distribution.
On a related note: Devs, there are more colors than just blue to use for your icons.
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So far, it appears MacOS Mojave doesn’t have a performance boost on older hardware like iOS 12 does on older devices.
On my early-2015 MacBook, the new OS seems noticeably slower on most actions.
iOS 12 appears to have given a performance boost to older hardware. What is the verdict on MacOS Mojave?
This new iPhone is my first one with a True Tone display. I’m not sure I like it. I can tell when the white point is shifted and I don’t like it. I’m giving it a chance, but I may turn it off.
I miss malls.
UPS is becoming increasingly unreliable. I don’t know where they delivered my package to today, but I hope an honest neighbor gets it to me.
I can see why one would want favicons in Safari’s tabs, but I think it just makes for a junky UI.
Jeez, now I can’t activate the multitasker view to save my life! This is beyond annoying.
I might be alone on this, but I’m finding the gesture to activate the multitasker view in iOS 12 on my iPad Pro to be awkward and hard to activate. I only get it right about 30% of the time.
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Kind of a big deal in many other realities across the multiverse but I'm keeping this one chill.
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