In this episode, we will discuss the announcement this week about Apple celebrating America’s National Parks, including several activities including a fitness activity award; and our projected product announcement event for September.
In this episode, we will talk about Apple’s upcoming Fitness Activity Challenge for International Women’s Day occurring next week, Wednesday, March 8. Next story is about a product, available from an independent company, Activity Awards, located at www.activityawards.com, where you can turn your digital Apple fitness award into a beautiful magnetic pin resembling the award. We will finish the podcast with a story about a reported potential hardware release from Apple, specifically two iPhone models coming in the color yellow.
In this episode, Apple released a new special-edition Apple Watch Black Unity Sport Loop, alongside a new matching watch face and iPhone wallpaper celebrating Black History Month this February. This news and much more Apple program content is new and we will cover it all.
In this episode, we will talk about Apple’s upcoming Spring event; an AppleWatch Activity Challenge for International Women’s Day; and transforming digital Activity Awards, using an independent company, into beautiful magnetic pin mementos.
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 I will be giving a hands-on review of the eero Pro 6 mesh system and share Apple’s fitness activity award celebrating International Women’s Day. You can find a comprehensive list of Apple’s events celebrating Women’s History Month at the attached link. More information for the eero Pro 6 is at eero and the podcast at Mac Minutes Podcast.
Apple has scheduled its next Apple Watch Activity Challenge for August 30, 2020. The latest challenge is being hosted as a way to “celebrate the natural wonder of national parks.” Learn how you can earn the activity challenge fitness award and stickers. We will also discuss cleaning your devices via U/V light and conventional methods.
In this episode, Alaskan Apple User Group members, Gary Miller and Jon Scudder will explore the many creative uses of the Activity Application for your AppleWatch and iPhone they have learned since the application’s roll out. The experienced duo will start with the Activity Ring basics and then venture into more advanced topics such as how to use the application for tracking daily exercises, challenging friends and sharing exercise data.
We will discuss the Apple Watch Fitness Achievement Awards and learn how to use the information to get more awards. We will also talk about the upcoming Apple’s Earth Day fitness challenge award on Monday, April 22. To see more of Apple’s past awards, recommend you visit tech and fitness enthusiast Kyle Seth Grey’s website at www.kylesethgrey.com. (If you own an Apple Watch, you may want to access your iPhone for this episode.) We will finish appropriately with an earth-friendly story from Apple News, announcing Friday, Apple has nearly doubled the number of suppliers that have committed to run their Apple production on 100 percent clean energy, bringing the total number to 44. (Lower graphics courtesy of Apple Inc.)