Six Colors

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About 'Six Colors' Channel

Writing about Apple and other stuff by Jason Snell, Dan Moren, and others.

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[...] in the long arc of time, and if so, then Viticci’s essay is a window into the future. [Read on Six Colors.] [...]

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[...] be much different from previous occasions. Hahahahahahahahahahahahaha. Good one, me. ↩ [Read on Six Colors.] [...]

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[...] agencies would love that. Which is, in and of itself, enough reason to do it.  ↩ [Read on Six Colors.] [...]

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[...] by Dan Moren As a kid, I loved building LEGO sets so I could play with them; as an adult, I’ve really grown [...]

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[...] This week’s Six Colors sponsor is Mediocre. No, not mediocre the term. Mediocre the company, specifically their awesome new [...]

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Wish List: Network prioritization on iOS

[...] —that have access to Comcast’s hotspots but also have Wi-Fi of their own, and my iOS devices always seem to want to jump on the Comcast network. I even had this happen in my home [...]

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Battery life: Apple's solving for x

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[...] and have them all turn into evil green SMS messages, because one of them isn’t using an iOS device, Especially if, like me, you’re still on a limited texting plan.1 Maybe Apple considers [...]

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[...] is winning over new customers. In December, we delivered the first 10 mobile first for iOS apps for banking, retail, insurance, financial services, telecommunications, governments and airlines, [...]

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Why the iPad became Federico Viticci's main computer ↦

[...] in the long arc of time, and if so, then Viticci’s essay is a window into the future. [Read on Six Colors.] [...]

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[...] . Tis the season for a the true excitement of a large squirrel predicting the weather! [Read on Six Colors.] [...]

Report: Apple working on TV service...again ↦

[...] be much different from previous occasions. Hahahahahahahahahahahahaha. Good one, me. ↩ [Read on Six Colors.] [...]

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[...] agencies would love that. Which is, in and of itself, enough reason to do it.  ↩ [Read on Six Colors.] [...]

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