Reading List for February 2021

Last month I created a post about the items that I managed to read/listen to during the month of January. You can see that list here. With February just finished, I have another list with the items that I have listened to. As is the case for most of my books and podcasts, I listened to most of these at 2x.

Over the course of the month of February, I listened to 29 di

waynedixon.com/2021/03/02/read

“Account Locked” After Updating macOS Big Sur

The past year has seen a significant change in things throughout the world. It has been almost a year since the entire world was turned upside down with Covid-19. One of the biggest changes that has been made is that many more users are working from home. This has included many people, like myself, taking their work lapto

waynedixon.com/2021/02/21/acco

wwriteLite 7.1.0 Now Available

There is a new release of wwriteLite, version 7.1.0. This is a bug fix release that does include one tweak.

Tweaks

Requires iOS 14.4.Twitter Support username changed to @wwritelite, The old username of @waynesworkshop will work as well.

Bug Fixes

Fixed issue where “Always Show Ad” would not necessarily show an ad.Fixed an issue where tapping on the

waynedixon.com/2021/02/15/wwri

Update on Apple’s Development Transition Kit

Last week I posted about Apple's Development Transition Kit (DTK), and how they were proving a $200 USD credit that expired at the end of May, 2021. There were some developers who were fine with what Apple offered, while there was a contingent who were a bit miffed at what Apple offered. On Friday, Apple sent an email that states:

Thanks again fo

waynedixon.com/2021/02/10/upda

Apple Notifies Developers to Return their Developer Transition Kits

It is not often that Apple makes the move from one type of architecture to another. For the Mac it has happened a total of three times. Motorola to Power PC in the early 90s, Power PC to Intel, in 2005, and now Intel to Apple Silicon; the last transition began last year with the

waynedixon.com/2021/02/04/appl

Reading List for January 2021

One of the things that I tend to do often is to listen to audio. This could be podcasts, music, or even audiobooks. Listening to Audiobooks allows me to do multiple things at once, like grocery shopping, playing video games, cleaning, and another tasks.

I generally listen to music when I am not listening to audiobooks or podcasts, and most often while I am working, al

waynedixon.com/2021/02/01/read

Announcing wwriteLite 7.0.0

There is a new version of wwriteLite now available. This is a big update with a number of new features. The biggest three are the support for Rich Text Files, a new re-arrange mode, and the ability to search.

Some other new features include localization support for Dutch, German, Italian, Portuguese, and Spanish. This includes localization for the ads as well. T

waynedixon.com/2021/01/31/anno

Hardware Engineering Leadership Changes at Apple

Today Apple announced that its current Senior Vice President of Hardware Engineering, Dan Riccio, will be transitioning into a new role as a "vice president of engineering". Riccio will be reporting to CEO Tim Cook. Riccio will "transition to a new role focusing on a new project". Apple has not specified what that project is,

waynedixon.com/2021/01/25/hard

Hardware Engineering Leadership Changes at Apple

Today Apple announced that its current Senior Vice President of Hardware Engineering, Dan Riccio, will be transitioning into a new role as a "vice president of engineering". Riccio will be reporting to CEO Tim Cook. Riccio will "transition to a new role focusing on a new project". Apple has not specified what that project is,

waynedixon.com/2021/01/25/hard

M1 Mac mini: A Review

There are some things that I purchase on a regular basis. Among these are groceries, gifts, and other various things. In terms of technology the chief among these is purchasing a new iPhone, iPad, and Apple Watch. I have purchased an iPhone and an Apple Watch each year since their respective introductions. I have purchased a number of iPads, but I have not purchased a new one every

waynedixon.com/2021/01/02/m1-m

iPhone 12 Availability for December 20th, 2020 (Mid-Afternoon)

Here is the iPhone 12 mini, iPhone 12, iPhone 12 Pro, and iPhone 12 Pro Max availability for the mid-afternoon of December 20th, 2020.

If you are looking for an iPhone 12 mini, iPhone 12, or a leather sleeve, for a holiday gift, you still have time to order it and have it delivered. iPhone 12 Pro and

waynedixon.com/2020/12/20/ipho

HomePod mini Availability for December 20th, 2020 (Mid Afternoon)

Here is the HomePod mini availability for the mid-afternoon of December 20th, 2020.

The HomePod mini continues to be popular. The Space Gray model has a delivery date of January 7th, while the White HomePod mini has a range of January 21st to January 28th.

Changes for the HomePod

Home

waynedixon.com/2020/12/20/home

iPhone 12 Availability for December 14th, 2020 (Early Morning)

Here is the iPhone 12 mini, iPhone 12, iPhone 12 Pro, and iPhone 12 Pro Max availability for the early morning of December 14th.

The biggest changes have been for the iPhone 12 Pro, which has improved slightly in that there is now a range of dates from January 6th to January 13th.

For the carrier

waynedixon.com/2020/12/14/ipho

HomePod mini availability for December 14th, 2020 (Early Morning)

Here is the HomePod mini availability for the early morning of December 14th, 2020.

The Space Gray HomePod mini delivers December 31st, while the white HomePod mini delivers between December 31st and January 8th.

Changes for the HomePod

HomePod mini - Space Gray has changed from Dec 22 -

waynedixon.com/2020/12/14/home

iPad Air Availability for December 14th, 2020 (Early Morning)

Here is the iPad Air availability for the early morning of December 14th, 2020.

All iPad Air Models have a delivery range of December 30th to January 7th.

Changes for Apple

Wi-Fi Only - 64GB Space Gray iPad Air has changed from 6-8 days to Dec 30 - Jan 7
Wi-Fi Only - 256GB Space Gray iPad Air has ch

waynedixon.com/2020/12/14/ipad

Xbox Series X: A Deep Dive and a Review

If you were to ask anybody if they play games, you will very likely get an affirmative answer. Everybody has played at least one game in their lives. It may not be a video game, but it is a game of some sort. Gamers are simultaneously the same and unique. We are all the same because we have all had triumphs and heartbreaks, while playi

waynedixon.com/2020/12/11/xbox

Xbox Series X: A Deep Dive and a Review

If you were to ask anybody if they play games, you will very likely get an affirmative answer. Everybody has played at least one game in their lives. It may not be a video game, but it is a game of some sort. Gamers are simultaneously the same and unique. We are all the same because we have all had triumphs and heartbreaks, while playi

waynedixon.com/2020/12/11/xbox

Xbox Series X: A Deep Dive and a Review

If you were to ask anybody if they play games, you will very likely get an affirmative answer. Everybody has played at least one game in their lives. It may not be a video game, but it is a game of some sort. Gamers are simultaneously the same and unique. We are all the same because we have all had triumphs and heartbreaks, while playi

waynedixon.com/2020/12/11/xbox

Xbox Series X: A Deep Dive and a Review

If you were to ask anybody if they play games, you will very likely get an affirmative answer. Everybody has played at least one game in their lives. It may not be a video game, but it is a game of some sort. Gamers are simultaneously the same and unique. We are all the same because we have all had triumphs and heartbreaks, while playi

waynedixon.com/2020/12/11/xbox

Xbox Series X: A Deep Dive and a Review

If you were to ask anybody if they play games, you will very likely get an affirmative answer. Everybody has played at least one game in their lives. It may not be a video game, but it is a game of some sort. Gamers are simultaneously the same and unique. We are all the same because we have all had triumphs and heartbreaks, while playi

waynedixon.com/2020/12/11/xbox

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