Tactile feedback patent filing hints at Macs with touchscreens

Tactile feedback patent filing hints at Macs with touchscreens

Future iPhones, iPads, and Apple Watches — and perhaps Macs — may sport more tactile feedback. Apple has filed for a patent (number 20190138102) for a “device, method, and graphical user interface for providing tactile feedback for operations performed in a user interface.”

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It’s aging, but iAddressX for macOS can still speed up your daily workflow

It’s aging, but iAddressX for macOS can still speed up your daily workflow

If you need quick access to your contacts in macOS, one solution is iAddressX from Tropical Software, even though it’s getting a bit long in the tooth. The $19.99 app — which hasn’t been updated in almost two years — allows you to access and navigate contacts from a small icon in the menubar.

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Apple’s discontinued Aperture won’t run on any Mac OS higher than Mojave

Apple’s discontinued Aperture won’t run on any Mac OS higher than Mojave

In a new support document, Apple says Aperture —its discontinued high end photo editing software — won’t run in versions of the Mac operating system after macOS Mojave. The doc explains how to migrate your Aperture libraries to Photos or Adobe Lightroom Classic.

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