Well if there’s one thing the world doesn’t need in 2020, it’s yet another technology blog. And yet…here we are.
I’m a longtime Apple user, across all of their various platforms and product lines, and just love sharing my Apple experiences with others. If you’re at all interested in learning more about how to get the most from your Apple devices or keep up to date on new apps and services, then this is the place for you.
I started using Apple desktops when in primary school, back in the 1980s. I know! I barely look old enough. It wasn’t until 1998 that I owned my own Apple computer – a delicious and quite sexy Bondi Blue iMac, pictured above. It barely looked like a computer and was like something from the future. In stark contrast to all the beige boxes littering desks everywhere, this almost organic creature was my colourful companion as I studied for my MSc in psychology and churned out essays, assignments and an eventual masters dissertation.
I was hooked!
Despite a couple of episodes where I strayed from the path, owningg Windows laptops and Android mobile phones, I’ve been pretty faithful to the powers that be in Cupertino. I’ve owned iPhones, iPads, MacBooks, iMacs and Apple Watches and I’m still going. While I haven’t accumulated a collection (you do realise just how small most London apartments are, right?) I’ve steadily worked my way through the Apple product line, one upgrade at a time.
At the time of writing, late 2020, I have two iMacs, a MacBook Pro, an iPad mini 5, an iPad Pro 11″, an Apple Watch series 6 and an iPhone 12 Pro. And believe me, they get used daily!
And of course. every time I think I’ve found gadget peace, Apple go and release something even better and more exciting. So I’ve no doubt I’ll have plenty of future Apple developments to cover in the years to come.