Another Apple patent filing hints at gaze detection features for macOS, iOS

Another Apple patent filing hints at gaze detection features for macOS, iOS

Apple has filed for yet another patent (number 20190272650) — one of a dozen or so — that hints at future iterations of macOS and iOS devices that would allow you to control some user interface elements with your eyes, perhaps in conjunction with the rumored “Apple Glasses,” a head-mounted, augmented reality/virtual reality headset.

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Motif offers a fast (with a couple of exceptions) way to create photo books in macOS Photos

Motif offers a fast (with a couple of exceptions) way to create photo books in macOS Photos

We’re approaching the one-year anniversary of Apple’s discontinuation of its Photo Print Products service, so I’ve test driven Motif, an Apple-approved photo print service/externsion that specializes in personalized photo books, cards, and calendars. I used it to create a photo book of pics from the recent Sellers family vacation.

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Tap may be a suitable mouse/keyboard option for the iPadOS for some (but not for me)

Tap may be a suitable mouse/keyboard option for the iPadOS for some (but not for me)

Apple’s iPadOS 13, which will probably be released in September, will come with lmited mouse support. With that in mind, I’ve had the opportunity to test drive Tap, a wearable keyboard and mouse that lets you text, control or create custom inputs for any Bluetooth-supported device by simply tapping on any available surface.  

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