Conjectures about why Apple can’t get its software act together abound. The most common is that the company has become so trapped in its cycle of annual hardware upgrades — a new iPhone had better appear every September, or else — that it’s simply incapable of keeping its software maintained. Programmer Marco Arment, in a widely-read comment last year, speculated that “the rapid decline of Apple’s software is a sign that marketing is too high a priority at Apple today: having major new releases every year is clearly impossible for the engineering teams to keep up with while maintaining quality. … They’re doing too much, with unrealistic deadlines.”
Quick recording using my iPhone :
Amp : Blackstar Stage 60, channel 2, a little reverb
Pedals : EVH 5150 Distortion, Joyo Classic Flanger, Biyang Time Machine Analog Delay
Wes Thrailkill showing the versatility of Carvin’s new Kiesel pickups…
Apple’s iPhone 6s and 6s Plus has been selling strongly since its launch last month, thanks in part to a number of new features including 3D Touch. With it, users can access Quick Actions from the home screen and Peek and Pop from within a variety of stock and third-party apps.
- Quick Action
- Peek and Pop
- Turn your Keyboard into a Trackpad
- Activating Live Photos
- Pressure-sensitive drawing
Tuning your guitar to counteract the bass strings’ larger gauge, and tendency to go sharp.