In this episode, we will discuss how Apple Sports, a new app for sports fans. The free app for iPhone delivers real-time scores, stats, and more, all designed for speed and simplicity. Learn all about the app in just a few “Mac Minutes”.
In this episode, we will discuss how Apple is celebrating Heart Health Month.The annual Heart Month Challenge is back again this year for Apple Watch users. The event is slated for Valentine’s Day on Wed, Feb 14. Also, learn how Mac Minutes listeners can listen in to a special presentation on the Apple Vision Pro and Apple Healh sleep feature.
In this episode we will discuss Apple’s introduction of Apple Vision Pro available in the U.S. on February 2. Vision Pro is a revolutionary spatial computer that transforms how people work, collaborate, connect, relive memories, and enjoy entertainment.
In this episode, we will be discussing Journal, a new iPhone app available starting this week, which helps users reflect and practice gratitude through journaling, which has been shown to improve wellbeing. With Journal, users can capture and write about everyday moments and special events in their lives, and include photos, videos, audio recordings, locations, and more to create rich memories. It’s a great app to learn how to use and start off the new year journalling your way through the 2024.
In this episode we will discuss Apple celebrating Veteran’s Day in the United States by earning a beautiful Apple Activity Challenge Fitness award on Saturday, November 11. We will tell you how you can participate in this noteworthy effort and how to display your fitness awards in a memorable meaningful display.
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.
Today’s podcast includes the previews new features coming to watchOS 10 this fall and earlier for those enthusiasts who sign up for the beta versions. Features like delivering redesigned apps, a new Smart Stack, additional watch faces, new cycling and hiking features, and tools to support mental health. All coming up in the next 10 minutes.
In this episode we will tell you about what some of what we learned about from WWDC23. We will elaborate more in the coming days and weeks as we become familiar with the beta versions and other developers start to create the corresponding apps for the software. Today’s podcast previews new features coming to Apple services this fall and earlier for those enthusiasts who sign up for the beta versions.
In this episode we will discuss one of the many Apple announcements coming from WWDC23 which we will cover many of these stories in the days to come with many more podcasts coming your way. We will learn more in the coming days and weeks as the myriad of developers become familiar with the software. Learn how to get the public beta Apple operating system versions in the coming weeks.