In this episode we will discuss Apple Watch double tap gesture now available with watchOS 10.1. The new double tap gesture for Apple Watch Series 9 and Apple Watch Ultra 2 is now availale with watchOS 10.1, bringing a fast and convenient new way to interact with Apple Watch. We’ve had a chance to use it for a short while now and will let you know some of the ways you can use it.
In this episode, we will discuss Apple introduces new Apple Pencil, bringing more value and choice to the lineup. We will be covering the features of the new Apple pencil and comparisons to the current lineup. More information is on our podcast website at https://macminutes.blubrry.net and the Apple website covering the new pencil at https://apple.com/apple-pencil .
In this episode, we will discuss Apple releasing iPadOS 17 recently bringing with in many new levels of personalization and versatility to iPad. We will be covering these features with screenshots on the podcast websitehttps://macminutes.blubrry.net. For full details, go to the Apple iPadOS 17 website located at https://apple.com/ipados/ipados-17
In this episode, we will discuss the Apple released this week watchOS 10, an update which I have used, and is a significant update. This is bringing a new visual language to apps to see more information at a glance, a new Smart Stack to show relevant widgets right when they’re needed, and delightful new watch faces. Bluetooth connectivity for power meters, speed sensors, and cadence sensors arrive for cyclists, unlocking new metrics and Workout Views, and cycling workouts will automatically show up as a Live Activity on iPhone and utilize the full screen. We will talk about these new features and more.
In this episode, wi will discuss the replacement of the current Lightning port with the more prevalent USB-C connector, a move that is designed to help the company conform with European regulations. We will also inform to you what the upcoming Apple announcement scheduled for Sept. 12 at 10 am and what devices we speculate to make their debut.
This podcast will tell you about Apple’s announcement Wednesday that Apple Card’s high-yield Savings account offered by Goldman Sachs has reached over $10 billion in deposits from users since launching in April. You will learn more about this feature available for use on Apple devices.
Today’s podcast includes new features coming to macOS Sonoma this fall and earlier for those enthusiasts who sign up for the beta versions. We will talk about these all-new macOS Sonoma features and capabilities for elevating productivity and creativity and wrap up the show with those features for optimizing the gaming experience and some quick improvements underway.
In this episode we will discuss Apple WWDC23 program being unveiled, showcasing an exciting slate of online events for Apple developers around the globe to experience. We will take you through the agenda we know so far, along with some speculation by some of the tech reporters.
In this episode, we will discuss Apple’s introduction of release of iOS 16.4, what changes it brings to users, and the announcement of the 2023 Worldwide Developer’s Conference starting on June 5. You can find more information at the Apple Developer Site at https://developer.apple.com/wwdc23/special-event/
In this podcast we will tell you the best features of iPadOS 16. This new update takes the versatility of iPad even further with powerful new productivity and collaboration features. iCloud Shared Photo Library makes it easy to keep your family photos up to date. Messages adds the ability to edit or undo a sent message and new ways to start and manage collaborations. Mail has new inbox and compose tools, and Safari adds Shared Tab Groups and next-generation security with passkeys. Stage Manager introduces an entirely new way to multitask on iPad allowing you to work with multiple overlapping windows and easily switch between them We will cover all these in about 10 minutes. More information about these features is available by visiting apple.com/ipados/ipados-16.