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In a week in which the MacBook Pro has been the protagonist thanks to its update, we’ve had several news and curiosities that have been able to go unnoticed. Today, in our One more thing, we take a look at what the week has brought, with the development of some applications or recreating the use of classic Macs in the midst of 2018.
- We start with Affinity Designer, the great iPad app that arrived this week has no less than three years of development behind it. The developers have done an excellent job, and for that they have had the help of a lot of designers and artists, who have now exhibited their work made with Affinity Designer. And let’s not forget, it costs a measly 14.99 euros.
- Have you used Clear in the past? One of the most interesting task apps to come out of iOS, with its clean, gesture-based interface. Unfortunately it has fallen into oblivion in recent years, but as its developers tell us, a new version is on the way.
- Almost two months have passed since WWDC 2018 has ended. However, Apple is still working on it and from this week we have available the transcripts of all the talks and conferences that were given, according to MacRumors.
- I’m very skeptical about iPhone cases and protectors. Use an ultra-thin case to avoid scratches or sometimes a leather one by design. However, screen protectors I left behind many years ago. Until these last few days, when I put a screen protector back on my iPhone and how well it fits the phone has made me fall in love with them again. Specifically, it is a ZAGG InvisibleShield screen saver, they have them for all the latest iPhone models and the result is truly amazing.
- What is it like to use a 1990 Macintosh IIsi in the middle of 2018? It’s hell. Ars Technica has appealed to the nostalgia of all of us and has revived one of these mythical computers for use today.
- Finally, our colleagues from Genbeta bring us a little more nostalgia. This time they recreate the famous video clip of Childish Gambino on an Apple Macintosh SE. Perfect to end the week.