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Hi, I’m Stuart Breckenridge. (As featured in iOS Dev Weekly, SwiftLee, 9to5Mac, and elsewhere…)

I studied Marketing and Business Law at the University of Strathclyde, in Glasgow, Scotland. Professionally, I work in program management in Financial Services, but on the side, I develop iOS, iPadOS, and watchOS apps. I enjoy running and cycling (if you want $20 off at Rapha, here's a link).

This website is a smörgåsbord of articles where I share my passion for developing apps, using products in Apple’s ecosystem, running, cycling, and anything else that piques my curiosity.

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2024 Fitness Goals

More cycling, slightly less running.

2024 Fitness Goals
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Singapore Buses 2023

Singapore Buses 2023 is very much a version 1 of a version 2. It's written entirely using SwiftUI—dropping UIKit altogether—while adopting some of the latest Swift and iOS features. tl;dr...download now! What's New? * Singapore Buses now supports Look Around (where available) so you can see the

Screenshot of the iPhone Lock Screen showing Singapore Buses' Live Activity widget.
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Initial Impressions of watchOS 10 Cycling Features

Initial observations using an Apple Watch with watchOS 10 and an iPhone as a bike computer.

Initial Impressions of watchOS 10 Cycling Features
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The M2 MacBook Air Runs Hot

There is a significant difference in the running temperatures of a MacBook Air and a MacBook Pro.

The M2 MacBook Air Runs Hot
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Twitter Officially Removes Third-Party Clients

Twitter changes its API rules and removes third-party clients for good.

Twitter Officially Removes Third-Party Clients
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2023 Fitness Goals

On carrying a fitness spurt from last year into this year.