Welcome to our weekend Apple Breakfast column, which involves all of the Apple information you missed this week in a useful bite-sized roundup. We contact it Apple Breakfast since we assume it goes great with a morning cup of coffee or tea, but it is great if you want to give it a go through through lunch or evening meal several hours far too.
Blame it on the dongle
Macworld’s review of the 10th-gen iPad went live this week (and is linked underneath). It is a peculiar critique: In numerous ways, it is a optimistic write-up, with the eye-catching style and design, excellent cameras, and Magic Keyboard Folio help all earning honest praise. But there were being more than enough quibbles to knock it down to 3 stars–not minimum the frankly absurd dongle essential to pair the iPad with the only edition of the Apple Pencil it supports.
Dongles, which value additional and get dropped, and make every thing fewer hassle-free, are understandably a sore position for Apple buyers, and they look to be proliferating. Working with a dongle normally reminds me of what Steve Work opportunities explained about (correctly plenty of) styluses: if you see a dongle, they blew it. A dongle is a tacit acknowledgment that something has long gone wrong. Both the incorrect merchandise has been bought for the job, or it was made wrong in the first spot. Apple has had plenty of dongles around the a long time, but the Apple Pencil adapter is notably