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.
In this episode, wi will discuss the replacement of the current Lightning port with the more prevalent USB-C connector, a move that is designed to help the company conform with European regulations. We will also inform to you what the upcoming Apple announcement scheduled for Sept. 12 at 10 am and what devices we speculate to make their debut.
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.
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 Apple’s announcement this week of its progress toward climate goals while celebrating with numerous events for users to take part in during Earth Day, Saturday, April 22. In celebration of Earth Day, Apple is offering a series of ways to help customers learn about and connect with the environment, and take action to reduce their impact on the planet. For more information of the events at your nearest Apple Store, go to https://www.apple.com/today/collection/protect-our-planet-series/.
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, we will discuss Apple announcements about heart health. February is American Heart Month. Many of us including myself are impacted or know someone who is affected by heart disease. There is ongoing research and will talk about how your Apple devices can make a difference in the health of you and your loved ones. With heart health features — including high and low heart notifications, Cardio Fitness, irregular rhythm notifications, the ECG app, and AFib History — Apple gives users an ever-developing view of their health with actionable insights.
In this episode, we will discuss Apple issuing a critical updatie to 16.3.1 to correct a critical feature which has triggered erroneous emergency messages causing false dispatches. This is an important to recreational enthusiasts who participate in activities where a fall may occur, This patch is intended to correct the issue, however, we will tell you how to manually enable and disable crash detection .