Hi, I’m Markus Cadonau.
Welcome to my website:
I noticed that some of my (album cover) photos don’t display in Safari on the newly released iOS 16. Xe Iaso had already posted about problems, as well. To me, it looks like the exact same issue: AVIF images encoded with
go-avif appear broken.
As there is a WebKit bug report now, I’m wondering whether the encoding is actually the problem, as the images have also been showing fine in Firefox and Chrome.
The issue is fixed in iOS 16.1’s Safari:
Fixed some AVIF images not rendering because of their container format.
(Changing the “major brand” from
avif in the file type box of the images would have also worked.)
If you’re referencing “today” in a blog(!) post and no date is present (neither as content nor as URL part), you’re doing it wrong.
Apple — finally — brings back Mail Merge to Pages, after sacrificing its Mac OS version for iOS.
Or, as Dan Moren writes for Six Colors:
The feature […] got the axe in 2013’s version 5.0, when Apple redesigned its iWork suite to give even footing across the iOS, iPadOS, and macOS platforms.
This might be the best Swiss team I’ve ever seen playing a tournament. What exciting hockey at the men’s world championship.
Tonight, I will attend a hockey game at Hallenstadion for the first time.
Mac Studio and Studio Display are pretty much what I’ve been hoping for. I didn’t expect them to be released already.
“He mournfully predicted to others that his obituaryʼs first paragraph would include his authorship of the U.N. speech.”
Colin Powell turned out to be right in this great feature by the New York Times.
Unfortunately, Apple still hasn’t shown an Apple Silicon Mac setup that speaks to me.