There’s one thing to remember when considering pricing for the Apple Watch…
I’ve been struggling to get back in shape after chemo.
Since being diagnosed with Hodgkin Lymphoma (Stage IV) in late 2011, my life changed. Beyond the psychological and emotional consequences of how cancer affected me, my family, and my relationships, it is undeniable and abundantly clear that cancer took its toll on me from a physical perspective.
Last year, I decided to regain control of my body, my life habits, and my health. I started tracking everything I could about my activities, my exercise routine, the food I ate, and the time I spent working with my iPad instead of walking, sleeping, or enjoying time with my family. Since then, I’ve made a decision to not let cancer and its consequences define me any longer.
I want to be healthier, I want to eat better, and I want to take the second chance I was given and make the most of it. What started as an experiment has become a new daily commitment to improve my lifestyle and focus.
And it wouldn’t be possible without my iPhone.
A very moving story from Federico Viticci. He explains how Apple’s Health app helps him aggregate lots of different data streams, but also points out that he doesn’t rely on it to view the data. One of my gripes with the Health app is that its display is poor. The article is a great overview of the many apps you can use to track and enhance your health.
But, above all, Federico tells a great tale of beating cancer.
While it’s easy to sync media and other content from iTunes to your iOS device, there’s no simple way to get stuff off your iPhone and iPad. iExplorer can let you access all of this content. Connect your iOS device to your computer (iExplorer has both Mac and Windows versions), and launch iExplorer. Here’s what […]
Plenty of other websites will dissect Apple’s earnings for the latest quarter, but here are a few interesting examinations of the number of iPhones sold. Apple sold 74.5 million iPhones. This is equal to: Over 50,000 cubic meters of packaged iPhones. (Assuming my math is correct. I measured an iPhone 5s box, which comes to […]
You can buy an iPhone and a contract with a specific mobile provider at the same time. But imagine a different situation, where Apple sells you a new iPhone or iPad and also sells you, if you choose, a contract to connect that device to any network, perhaps, even, and any country. And the provider […]