There isn't enough subjectively interesting content for a daily post. So here's a summary of the first week.
- I'm not any better at using the iOS on-screen keyboard than I am with the Android one. Not worse, mind you.
- Apple really doesn't like multi-nationals when it comes to apps. I use apps that are only available in the UK, alongside apps that are only available in Canada. With iOS, I have to pick a home. So, it will be UK until the move, then Canada after it (obviously). If I need a Canada-only app, I'll have to defer to a website.
- Family Sharing is a nice feature. I have a long trial of Apple Arcade and now Nick has access to it as well. He has an Ivory app subscription so I can use it at no extra cost. The true value will be when our respective Apple Music trials expire and we move to the Family plan.
- Speaking of Apple Arcade. Meh. Not much for me.
- Apple News is nice, on par with Google News, but I don't think I'd pay £9.95 a month for News+, especially if it doesn't remove the adverts. Not sure what I'd be paying for then.
- I don't have a need for iCloud right now, other than for Apple Music storage and device backups. No need to upgrade.
So, after a week, I don't hate the experience. Onward to a new week...