In this episode we will continue our emphasis on health with a review on a health application for the AppleWatch, named the HeartWatch. It has recently added several new news and diagnostic features, including a partnership with the heart foundation, and personalized heart news. This is definitely an interesting story for those who are heart conscious. In the second half of the podcast, we will discuss the tens of thousands of students who will be returning to school this year and will be able to use mobile student IDs on iPhone and Apple Watch to get around campus and make purchases.
In this episode we will discuss the recent launch of Apple’s MagSafe Battery Pack, an add-on battery that is tailored to work with the Phone 12 models. We will cover its features, some of the reasons you may want to buy one, and how to use it properly. We will end the podcast to tell you about the recent update for various Apple operating systems, including macOS Big Sur 11.5, iOS 14.7, watchOS 7.6, and tvOS 14.7.
In this episode, we will discuss one of Apple’s announcements Monday kicking off its annual Worldwide Developers Conference 2021 with major updates to FaceTime, new Focus features to reduce distraction, enhanced on-device intelligence to discover information, and more ways to explore the world using Maps, Weather, and Wallet.
In this episode, I’ll explain the USB-C charging system and tell listeners the differences between the cables and why not all USB-C ports or cables are equal; why one USB-C cable is not likely not like another; and what you should know. Ushering in several years ago was the idyllic age of the one-size-fits-all cable. Despite the USB-C connector supplied as default in modern smartphones, the standard has, unfortunately, failed to live up to its promises. It’s now become time, especially here in the past year, where to keep track which cable belongs to what device if you want a device to work or work optimally. Also, you need to know what your device USB-C port’s capabilities. We have some fixes for the interim and there is some promise of improvements in the future. We will close with information about WWDC 2021 which kicks off Monday.
In this episode, we will discuss Apple’s announcement Monday about the program for WWDC21 which will be available free to the more than 30 million Apple developers from 227 regions around the globe. More information about WWDC21 is at the Apple Special Events Website. Developers can register for WWDC21 at the Apple Developer Website.
In this episode, we will give you a rare glimpse of what Apple has accomplished to make App Store a safe and trusted place for users to discover apps by detecting and taking action against fraudulent developers and users. (Graphics courtesy of Apple Inc.)
In this episode, we will continue our virtual event coverage with Apple’s introduction of colorful iMacs which were part of an event which also brought new AirTags, iPad Pro equipped with an M1 chip, and an Apple TV 4K with remote. More information about the podcast is at the Mac Minutes website. (Graphics courtesy of Apple Inc.)
In this episode, we will discuss Apple’s introduction of AirTags which were part of a virtual event on Tuesday, April 20th which brought new colorful iMacs, iPad Pro equipped with an M1 chip, and an Apple TV 4K with remote. We will start with AirTags today and cover the remainder of the refreshed devices in upcoming episodes. More information can be found at Mac Minutes Podcast. (Graphics courtesy of Apple Inc.)
In this episode, we discuss Apple’s announcement this week of the Find My network accessory program enabling users to keep track of their belongings in the new Items tab within the Find My application and some of the new products being introduced. Product manufacturers are VanMoof e-bikes, Belkin SOUNDFORM Freedom True Wireless Earbuds, and Chipolo ONE Spot item finder. More about the Mac Minutes Podcast can be found at the following link. (Graphics courtesy of Apple Inc.)