iPhone X supply chain improvements, not weak demand, to thank for reduced ship times — This week’s bump in iPhone X delivery estimates, now down to one to two weeks, fuelled speculation of weakened demand for Apple’s flagship handset, but noted KGI analyst Ming-Chi Kuo believes the change is due to better than expected supply chain enhancements and parts availability.
Thankful for iPhone X — Daniel Eran Dilger at Apple Insider writes that “throughout this miserable year we suffered a series of horrific tropical storms and deadly wildfires; a year of ugly, divisive politics, nonstop fake news and a new broader realisation that many of the people we formerly respected have actually led terrible abusive lives of harassment, assault and even predation of children. We can take some comfort in the fact that at least our technology improved dramatically.”
From Android to iOS — Chris Leckness is writing a series of articles about his transition from Android to iOS. “From 2012 to now, I have been using Android exclusively. I moved through the Samsung Galaxy ranks from the Galaxy Nexus on Verizon to the Galaxy S6 Edge on AT&T. I used the Nexbit Robin for a year before getting the Google Pixel XL. I put the Pixel on Swappa.com last night after 2 days with the iPhone X.
“I look forward to sharing my skeptical comments about this migration from Android to iOS with the AppleWorld.Today audience. It should be interesting to see if the reasons I didn’t like the iPhone in the past are issues that won’t bother me this time around. The iOS home screen hasn’t changed much at all since then and this was one of my biggest complaints …”
Ulysses writing app gets a makeover for iPhone X — The subscription-based cross-platform writing app Ulysses received a big update today. Version 12.1 brings a redesign that works with the bezel-free display of the iPhone X, supports Face ID authentication, and more …
iPhone-connected fitness accessories to burn off calories — You don’t necessarily need extra gear to keep in shape during the holidays, but it can certainly help if you know what you’re doing. Here are a few hardware accessories iPhone owners might want to consider before hitting the weights or lacing up running shoes.
Play some games with your family on your iPad — AppleInsider offers some suggestions of apps that can keep everyone occupied, or at least keep you amused while you keep away from the rest of the group.