In this episode, we will introduce Apple’s 16-inch MacBook Pro and let you know about the Apple Watch Thanksgiving Activity Award, occurring on Thursday, Nov. 28th. (Graphics courtesy of Apple Inc. and Kyle Seth Grey)
In this episode, we will discuss Apple Watch Series 5 with a “hands on” review of the devices announced at the September 10th Apple Keynote. We will start by talking about our experiences on iPhone 11 Launch Day, Friday, September 20th, at the Anchorage Apple Store and then move to our “hands on” review where we will discuss new features, like the Always-On Retinal Display, Built-In Compass and International Emergency Calling. We will also tell you about the special edition Apple Watches including Titanium, Ceramic, Hermès and Nike. (Photos courtesy of Apple Inc.)
In this episode, as countless children and young adults are making their way back to the school house, we are going to discuss Apple bringing contactless student IDs on iPhone and Apple Watch to more universities and a product notification of Mophie’s new wireless chargers. (Photos courtesy of Apple)
In the episode, I will talk about a few of my personal best apps from the numerous weather apps in the App Store. It’s now summer and we just had our first storm of the season bringing hail, thunder and lightning. Severe storms are not only common in Alaska but around the world. You just need to watch the evening news to see examples where people have been caught ill prepared. I’ll talk about using your iPhone and AppleWatch to help make your weather forecasting more accurate and your outdoor activities safer.
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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.)