Archive for 12. oktober 2021

the show goes on…


Apple har i dag annonsert en ny «event» på mandag 18. oktober: «Unleashed». Som vanlig nå, en heldigital affære, fra Cupertino. *)

Når det kommer mange produkter i høstmånedene, holder Apple ofte en 2dre oktober- eller november event, noe som er tilfellet i 2021.
Ryktene har svirret om redesignede 14 og 16-tommers MacBook Pro-modeller i flere måneder nå, og det ser ut som om Apple endelig er klar for å slippe dem.

Rumors suggest the 14 and 16-inch MacBook Pro models will have an overhauled design with thinner bezels and larger displays, and we’ve already seen hints of 3024 x 1964 and 3456 x 2234 resolutions, respectively, which would enable 2x Retina for sharper, crisper images and text. The new MacBook Pro will use an M1X chip, which is an faster, more powerful version of the M1, plus it could support up to 32GB RAM.

fra MacRumors

Stay tuned, og legg til eventet i din iCal kalender direkte:

*) som vanlig nå, har Apple lagt ut en AR-visning av invitasjonen. Kan sees på iPhone, eller bedre, om du er på Twitter, fra Apples SVP Marketing Greg Joswiak.

Jony Ive’s Design Firm Launches Official Website


LoveFrom, the design firm co-founded in 2019 by Apple’s former design chief Jony Ive and fellow designer Marc Newson, this week unveiled its official website,

In typical Ive fashion, the site is highly minimalist in nature, containing no images, links, or contact details – just a brief text described in an accompanying press release as «a concise and finely crafted definition of the LoveFrom collective and its work.»

How cool is that…

The word mark and text are set in a new typeface called LoveFrom Serif, which is inspired by John Baskerville’s letterforms and based on studies of his original punches and matrices. «Each character has been lovingly redrawn, refined and meticulously crafted over the past two years,» according to the launch press release.

Upon arriving at the site, a text cursor blinks and the LoveFrom name appears to be typed out. The wordmark includes a lively comma, which Saville describes as «initiating a dialogue and shared conversation.»