Tag: iPadOS

Week News

Apple unveiled recently their line of low end computers equipped with Apple Silicon M1 processors. The results are amazing.

Even being low end computers, these new machines decimate previous versions of the same devices powered with Intel processors. Tight integration of memory, CPU and GPU on the same chip plus high customization of these chips to the hardware Apple sell, makes them not just powerful but fast and power efficient.

We cannot wait to see what 2021 will bring us, as soon as the high end line of Macs come to light, powered by advanced versions of the M1 chip.

What happens to the PC Industry if Apple Computers become faster and faster?

Shut up and take my money! 😃

A reminder from Apple:

The App Store will soon help users understand an app’s privacy practices before they download the app on Apple platform. On each app’s product page, users can learn about some of the data types the app may collect, and whether that data is linked to them or used to track them. If you haven’t already, enter your app’s privacy information in App Store Connect.

As a reminder, this information will be required to submit new apps and app updates to the App Store starting December 8, 2020. Existing apps will remain available for download.

Learn more about the details you’ll need to provide.

Learn how to provide app privacy information in App Store Connect.

Apple reminds developers that new apps and app updates will not be accepted December 23 through 27 (Pacific Time), due to holidays. Please ensure time for your releases to be scheduled, submitted, and approved in advance.

Code Highlight

This is what you do when you want to create an interable enum with associated values:

This is how you use it: let string = Package.package1.rawValue

Result: com.katkay.package1

If you need to iterate…


Do you know you can associate closures to enum? Here we go:

Using it…


Video Gems

Do not miss the completely free, amazing Stanford SwiftUI Course. Paul Hegarty is your man! This is the first lesson: