This is scary. As someone who values photos so highly, I’m not extra concerned about recommending Apple’s offering.
I’m glad they ended up making this easier.
As you might expect, I am interested in seeing what comes out of this.
When one of the most popular Apple writers pens a piece like this, there are some *real* problems with the service. The more I read about it, the more I am glad I just stuck with Spotify.
It took a little longer than I would have liked, but this is the right decision.
I didn’t realize this was possible, but I am glad it is.
Great reference. Really well done.
As a (former?) developer, this is so frustrating. People on the beta versions of the OS should not be allowed to leave reviews.
David Sparks on Apple Music and iTunes Match:
> The problem arises when you first set up iCloud Music Library and it overlaps with your prior iTunes Match tracks (that you presumably purchased and should be DRM free). Early tests, including this one from Kirk McElhearn, are indicating some of your iTunes Match tracks are getting DRM applied to them when they shouldn’t.
This whole interaction really scares me. It is why I probably won’t even give Apple Music a try for a couple of months.
It’s crazy that Apple keeps updating such old devices. Impressive, but crazy.
Ars Technica breaks down everything you might want to know heading into the Apple Keynote next week.
Here’s the breakdown:
* Apple wants you to charge your watch at night.
* Apple wants you to charge your watch *every* night.
* Scott didn’t like to watch his watch at night, every night.
* Scott’s watch couldn’t make it through the day.
This doesn’t mean that the watch is a “bad” product, or that Scott isn’t “using his watch right”, but it does mean that the Apple Watch isn’t for him.
This whole concept is so intriguing to me. I cannot wait to try this out.
This is an awesome tip.
(h/t [The Loop](http://www.loopinsight.com))
I am intrigued by the iCloud photo library beta, but I also don’t trust Apple to actually keep all my photos properly backed up.
Not a surprising development after the last few years. I am glad I made the switch to Lightroom earlier this year, but I am still going to miss Aperture existing.
I did not know this was possible.
Not a surprising move, but a welcome one.
This is a welcome addition.
> Adobe and Apple have worked closely together to test Adobe® Creative Cloud applications and Adobe Creative Suite 6 applications for reliability, performance and user experience when installed on Intel® based systems running Mac OS X Mavericks. (v10.9). All Adobe CC and CS6 products are compatible, but a few products require updates to the latest builds to work properly. Adobe Photoshop® CS5, CS4 and CS3 were also tested with Mac OS X Mavericks and there are currently no major issues known.
Good to hear. Normally, Adobe seems to be one of the companies whose software is not ready for the release.