Guilherme Rambo, 9to5Mac

Guilherme Rambo

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Past articles by Guilherme:

Stacktrace Podcast 067: “The Year of the Pro”, with special guest Myke Hurley

Special guest Myke Hurley joins John and Rambo for the grand season two finale of the show! A wrap-up of 2019’s trends, stories, products and services, and what those might mean for Apple and the tech industry in 2020. Sponsored by MacStadium: Get 50% off your first two months of a Mac mini subscription now w/ code 9TO5MAC, … → Read More

Stacktrace Podcast 066: “Mac Pro: Enthusiast Edition”

Mac Pro Day has finally arrived, but John and Rambo have somewhat mixed feelings about it. Also, a big segment on writing high-performance code, a deep dive into iOS splash screens, and much more. Sponsored by Hyper: Get 25% off sitewide at Hyper with our exclusive promo code HOLIDAY25 for a limited time. Hosts: Gui on Twitter: … → Read More

NativeConnect for Mac is the best way for developers to use App Store Connect

Developers who make apps for Apple’s platforms are used to opening App Store Connect in a browser to manage their apps in the App Store. This portal provides access to edit an app’s description, screenshots, keywords, and also follow sales reports, analytics, and customer reviews. There’s also an official iOS app from Apple available in … → Read More

App Store Connect

Developers who make apps for Apple’s platforms are used to opening App Store Connect in a browser to manage their apps in the App Store. This portal provides access to edit an app’s description, screenshots, keywords, and also follow sales reports, analytics, and customer reviews. There’s also an official iOS app from Apple available in the App Store that gives access to some limited… → Read More

Stacktrace Podcast 065: “An animation says more than 1000 words”

John open sources another project, Rambo creates more fluid animations and considers crowd-sourcing AirBuddy’s localization, and Apple is apparently using feature flags to improve their overall software quality. Also, loading states, a new trip to the Arcade, and much more. Hosts: Gui on Twitter: @_inside John on Twitter: @johnsundell Links Ink John Gruber’s original Markdown … → Read More

Stacktrace Podcast 064: “Poor man’s Migration Assistant”

A first-hand impressions review of the 16-inch MacBook Pro, a second opinion on the AirPods Pro, writing system packages in Swift, preparing conference talks, new Stacktrace Arcade picks, and much more. Sponsored by Hyper: Get early Access to HYPER’s Black Friday Sale using code HYPER30 for 30% off sitewide. Hosts: Gui on Twitter: @_inside John on Twitter: … → Read More

New Dictation app brings advanced offline transcription capabilities to iPhone and iPad

With the introduction of iOS 13.2, Apple added new features to its speech recognition APIs that allow third-party developers to perform on-device speech recognition, even when the device is offline. Today, Blueshift is releasing its brand new Dictation app that takes advantage of this new functionality. Most transcription services send the user’s speech to a … → Read More

Stacktrace Podcast 061: “The Apple Cinematic Universe”

From modularizing code and cloud-synced databases to reviews of the first set of Apple TV+ shows — this episode of Stacktrace has it all. Also, what could the implications of Photoshop running on ARM64 be, more speculation about Apple’s AR (or perhaps VR?) efforts, and a short trip to Bermuda. Sponsored by OWC: Get 15% … → Read More

Exclusive: 16-inch MacBook Pro Touch Bar and Touch ID layout confirmed

Rumors about a new 16-inch MacBook Pro are not exactly new, with recent icon evidence found in macOS Catalina betas suggesting the redesign mentioned in some reports is not going to happen as we thought. Today, an image found in the release version of macOS 10.15.1 reveals another look at the new device, showing that … → Read More

Stacktrace Podcast 060: “In-ear HomePods”

Apple releases the AirPods Pro, and the Rambo Report makes its triumphant return as the name of Apple’s tracking tag is revealed. Also, balancing fixing tech debt with feature development, Swift vs SDK features, and much more. Sponsored by MacStadium: Get 50% off your first two months of a Mac mini subscription now w/ code 9TO5MAC, or get started … → Read More

First look at unreleased Apple Smart Battery case for iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, and iPhone 11 Pro Max

We mentioned before that code in iOS 13 strongly suggested Apple’s plans to release its official Smart Battery Case for iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, and iPhone 11 Pro Max. Today’s release of iOS 13.2 confirms that and provides us a first look at the new cases. They will look just as we expected, with … → Read More

Exclusive: Apple planning ‘AirTag’ name for Tile-like tracker accessory

We’ve been hearing rumors and seeing evidence about an Apple Tile-like device for tracking personal items. Now, with the release of iOS 13.2, we can confirm that this device will be called “AirTag”. A folder within the filesystem for the latest version of Apple’s mobile operating system possibly confirms the name “AirTag” for the new device, … → Read More

Stacktrace Podcast 059: “Bugs are people too”

Using the iPad Pro for coding and presentations, cross-platform code and feature sharing and what that might mean for products like Photoshop for iPad, and could automated tests improve Apple’s software quality? Also, organizing development tasks, and what it’s like to record podcasts in your non-native language. Sponsored by MacStadium: Get 50% off your first two months … → Read More

Stacktrace Podcast 058: “It does what it says on the tin”

What happens when an indie developer’s product gets copied by Apple, should the App Store review team reject apps based on their visuals or feature set, and what products could we expect Apple to launch in the fall? Also, a brand new segment called “Stacktrace Arcade”, the complexities of releasing software, and much more. Sponsored … → Read More

Stacktrace Podcast 057: “It doesn’t have to be a casino”, with AltStore developer Riley Testut

Riley Testut has recently been making a big splash in the community with his AltStore and Delta projects, and on this special episode of Stacktrace, he joins John and Rambo to talk about why and how he built them, and how he thinks they might impact the Apple developer community going forward. Sponsored by MacStadium: Get 50% … → Read More

NapBot is a sleep tracker for Apple Watch powered by CoreML

There’s been a lot of talk recently about sleep tracking on Apple Watch, with rumors of Apple working on a built-in solution to be released next year. While a first-party solution is not yet available, many third-party developers have taken the task upon themselves, and a new app — NapBot — has just been released … → Read More

Stacktrace Podcast 056: “Dark mode all the things”

John and Rambo dive into iOS and iPadOS 13 — what’s new, what’s missing, and what’s the overall state of Apple’s operating systems? Also, credit card scanning, and Apple Arcade first impressions. Sponsored by MacStadium: Get 50% off your first two months of a Mac mini subscription now w/ code 9TO5MAC, or get started with MacStadium’s new Orka private cloud. … → Read More

Apple's usage of Swift more than doubles in iOS 13

Apple introduced the Swift programming language back in WWDC 2014, as the language of the future for programming on Apple’s platforms. Since then, the language has gained wide adoption from third-party developers, with software in the operating systems themselves still being written in the old Objective-C. Several factors play a role in that scenario. First … → Read More

Stacktrace Podcast 055: “The big Apple holiday”

Reviews of the iPhone 11, 11 Pro, and the Apple Watch Series 5 — as well as search engine optimization, what goes into releasing a new open source project, and the science of pizza. Sponsored by totallee: Get 25% off all totallee iPhone cases for iPhone 11, 11 Pro, & 11 Pro Max with code STACKTRACE. Links → Read More

Smart Battery Case models for iPhone 11/Pro/Max found in iOS 13 code

Last December, 9to5Mac exclusively revealed Apple’s plans to release the Smart Battery Case for iPhone XR, iPhone XS, and iPhone XS Max, based on images and product identifiers found in iOS code. A little over a month after the references were found, Apple officially released the new battery cases, allowing users to increase the battery … → Read More