In Episode 69, with the Coronavirus sweeping the world, I thought I would review a device I have had for quite some time and helps eliminate germs that exist on your iPhone. The device I have is called PhoneSoap. The device uses U/V light and is quite effective. They have different models which can be found at www.phonesoap.com. We will also covering Apple’s recent guidance that was released on how to clean your device in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic. (Photo courtesy of PhoneSoap)
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In this episode, we will discuss emergency SOS functions, setting up fall detection and reviewing medical ID for the AppleWatch. (Graphics courtesy of Apple Inc.)
In this episode, we will discuss emergency SOS functions, setting up emergency contacts and creating your medical ID for past and present iPhones. Take 10 minutes to potentially save a life. (Graphics courtesy of Apple Inc.)
We will give you ten tips for your Apple devices. We will start with some iOS13 tips, move to AppleWatch OS and finish with Mac OS. What’s better, we will do that it about 10 minutes. (Graphic courtesy of Apple Inc.)
We will talk about Apple’s delivery of a new redesigned Maps Application and some of its new features such as better road coverage and pedestrian data, more precise addresses, and detailed land coverage. We will also highlight some tips throughout the podcast. (Graphics courtesy of Apple Inc.)
In this episode, we will talk about Hyper launches HyperDrive GEN2: Next generation USB-C Hub with 2X speed/power of current USB-C hubs on Kickstarter. We will also show you how to track health trends in the Apple Activity application on your iPhone.(HyperDrive GEN 2 photos courtesy of Sanho Corp.)
We will talk about security threats to your devices from juice-jacking power supplies, malicious power cords and how to prevent being victimized. Also, on Tuesday, Apple released updates for its operating systems for iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, Apple Watch, Mac, HomePod, and Apple TV devices. We will give you an overview of what was impacted. (Photos courtesy of Apple Inc.)
In this episode, I will tell you my personal experience with cutting cable, saving significant money and the technology I used to receive the television channels I enjoy. In a few easy steps I immediately cut my cable bill from $140 to $59 monthly. Both of the devices below I use and highly recommend. We will review the Windy weather application and the website Music Butler, which updates you on the latest releases from your favorite artists.
Happy New Year! Many of you have received new Apple and tech devices as gifts this holiday season. Now it’s time to take the next step and protect them using and Uninterrupted Power Supply, commonly referred to as a UPS. We will also teach you how stop annoying robo-calls this election year.
In this episode, I’ll be talking about Qobuz Music Service, which is one of the applications I use when I want the best quality of music and tell you how you can get it from your Apple devices. (Graphic courtesy of Qobuz)