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 Apple’s addition of the Stolen Device Protection feature on iPhone with iOS 17.3. Stolen Device Protection adds a layer of security when your iPhone is away from familiar locations, such as home or work, and helps protect your accounts and personal information in case your iPhone is ever stolen. When Stolen Device Protection is enabled, some features and actions have additional security requirements when your iPhone is away from familiar locations such as home or work. These requirements help prevent someone who has stolen your device and knows your passcode from making critical changes to your account or device.
In this episode we will discuss Apple’s introduction of spatial video capture on iPhone 15 Pro. With iOS 17.2, iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max users can now record spatial videos — a groundbreaking new capability that helps users capture life’s precious moments — and relive those memories on Apple Vision Pro, starting early in 2024.
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 a report stating 2.6 billion personal records have been compromised by data breaches in past two years — underscoring need for end‑to‑end encryption. This year’s study file:///newsroom/pdfs/The-Continued-Threat-to-Personal-Data-Key-Factors-Behind-the-2023-Increase.pdfdemonstrates threats that had already reached historic levels. Increasingly, companies across the technology industry are addressing these threats by implementing end-to-end encryption, as Apple did with last year’s launch of Advanced Data Protection for iCloud.
In this episode, we will discuss using technology to outsmart the ‘porch pirates’ and have a secure mail-order shopping season. We will review one of the most widely used devices “Ring Doorbell‘ accompanied with the Deliveries application available in the Apple App Store. The combination of using these together will go a long way in ensuring you are informed when your packages will arrive this holiday season.
In this episode we will discuss Apple Watch double tap gesture now available with watchOS 10.1. The new double tap gesture for Apple Watch Series 9 and Apple Watch Ultra 2 is now availale with watchOS 10.1, bringing a fast and convenient new way to interact with Apple Watch. We’ve had a chance to use it for a short while now and will let you know some of the ways you can use it.
In this episode we will discuss the Monday, October 30th announcement from Apple that the iMac will be getting even better, featuring the M3 chip and up to 2x faster performance in its strikingly thin design with expansive 4.5K Retina display.
In this episode, we will discuss Apple introduces new Apple Pencil, bringing more value and choice to the lineup. We will be covering the features of the new Apple pencil and comparisons to the current lineup. More information is on our podcast website at https://macminutes.blubrry.net and the Apple website covering the new pencil at https://apple.com/apple-pencil .
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