I’ve created a series of recipes for my Fuji X100F and it’s been immensely satisfying to capture images and they look exactly the way I want, with no editing required aside from minor crops. Definitely check out Fuji X Weekly if you want to get started yourself!
Not going to lie: the most useful feature for me, personally, that has been announced at WWDC this year (thus far…) is that the Photos app will now display full EXIF data. I really want Apple to enable advanced search in Photos so I can then sort based on EXIF information, to filter by camera/device and by lens.
After many months of hope and anticipation, I’m looking forward to finally ditching the (cruddy and privacy intrusive) OS that is built into my TV and enjoying my new Apple TV 4K (Gen 2)! I admit to being disappointed Apple hasn’t transformed the Apple TV into a ‘true’ gaming device, but c’est la vie.
Now the wait begins for the a new Apple Watch…
It’s stupefying how inaccurate MacOS’s software update is in actual use. I’m 2 hours into a ’15 minutes remaining’ and still have 5 more minutes on the clock. But at least you can actually install the operating system, unlike older and still supported Apple Watches that require a full system reset in order to install WatchOS updates!
All I want for Apple to release today is a new Apple TV or, failing that, an absolutely massive cut in price to their very, very, very, very, very old Apple TV 4K. But really I want them to announce a new one so that I can take advantage of the full raft of Apple One services on the biggest screen I have in my house!
Ran into a weird iPhone 11 Pro issue today. When I took it off it’s charger this morning it registered as draining down the battery at a rate of around 1% every couple of minutes and couldn’t detect all the AirPlay 2 devices in my home. After rebooting the phone I went from 78% to 94% battery and could connect to everything around me. So utterly random!
With Apple preparing to potentially update some products for next Tuesday, I’m really hoping that they end up announcing a refreshed AppleTV!
I’m preparing to run a very small Japanese whiskey tasting, and it only now occurs to me that I have to cut off a bunch of whiskeys from the entirety of my Japanese collection (most of my tastings max out at 6-7 different bottles, carefully organized so as to experience and compare across varietals). It’s hard because I want to showcase lovely examples of the nation’s whiskey while, at the same time, exposing my guests to a range of distilleries and the sheer variety of styles that are available. I can almost certainly predict this means some of my Nikka bottles will need to be excluded, as well as at least one of Suntory’s, though it should mean that I ultimately showcase 5-6 different distilleries and the different characteristics of each.