The BitDepth column written by Mark Lyndersay.
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The list of issues is impressively long for Photoshop and many of the problems that are cropping up with Photoshop’s plug-ins are also going to break other apps.
When Apple means professional, they are talking about high-end music producers and film editors here, not you and your piddling 30 Photoshop layers.
TSTT’s expansion in the next couple of years will see cloud computing and the Internet of Things becoming big.
Above: The new Macbook Pro. Image courtesy Apple. BitDepth#1156 for August 02, 2018 I’ve been waiting to replace my Macbook Pro for six years now. Count […]
Above: Apple’s new “bad-mouth” emoji for iOS 11 is probably the closest T&T will get to the long overdue steups emoji. Image courtesy Apple. BitDepth#1117 for October […]
Above: All of Apple’s new devices support wireless charging, seen here on a Belkin charging base. Earpod users will need to get the special wireless charging […]
Above: In June 1997, Wired called on Apple’s fans to pray. In 2017, the company’s professional users won’t resort to prayer, they will simply switch. BitDepth#1084 […]
Above: Media professionals test the Huawei P9 at its release in London in April. Photo by Mark Lyndersay. The following was supplied by HuaweiTT as a […]
Above: Microsoft’s new Surface Studio folds almost flat on a desk with the touch of a hand. Photo courtesy Microsoft. BitDepth#1065 for November 01, 2016 Microsoft […]
Above: In Apple’s halcyon world of Siri searches (left) you are a demon of productivity. In my Siri searches (right), I’m apparently looking at photos all […]
Above: TechTool Pro has always tried to make the work of fixing a sick Mac look interesting. Photo courtesy Micromat. BitDepth#1019 for December 15, 2015 All […]
Above: Apple’s new splitscreen view in El Capitan is billed as a productivity booster. Photo courtesy Apple. BitDepth#1013 for November 03, 2015 Longtime readers of this […]
BitDepth#985 for April 20, 2015 On its own, the newest addition to the software that comes bundled free with Mac OS X, Photos, isn’t a bad […]
BitDepth#955 for September 23 For the last six years or so, I’ve been an Android guy as far as smartphones go. I’ve used Samsung’s devices specifically, […]
The Wall Street Journal’s law blog has a story about why Trinidad and Tobago has been Apple’s preferred point of first registration for its new trademarks.