In this episode, we will discuss some easy tips I’ve learned about iOS13 in the past weeks. Some of these shortcuts are really productive and you will find them convenient. I will also provide a hands-on review of the AirPods Pro after my coverage in the previous podcast. Additionally, we will cover Apple’s next Fitness Challenge for the Apple Watch set for this Veterans Day, November 11.
In this episode, we will discuss Apple launching Monday, Oct 28, the new AirPods Pro which features Active Noise Cancellation and immersive sound in an all-new lightweight, in-ear design. We will describe the features, price and and how you can get a set. Additionally, iOS 13.2 was simultaneously released. We will tell you what the update includes.(Graphics courtesy of Apple Inc.)
In this episode, we will discuss Apple Care for the iPhone and its comparison to insurance provided from cellular providers. We will also recommend ways to protect your investment. (Graphic courtesy Apple Inc.)
In this episode, we will give our initial review of the new macOS Catalina which is a free software upgrade and will discuss some of the features such as Apple Arcade, Voice Control, Screen Time and all-new Sidecar, which Expands Mac Workspace with iPad. For more tips and articles on macOS Catalina, join the free Mac Minutes Facebook Group. The link is https://www.facebook.com/groups/1736519459789704/ (Photos courtesy of Apple Inc.)
In this episode, we will give a hands-on review of the new iPad, 7thgeneration and some new features launched with the new iPadOS. The new iPad has a 10.2-Inch Retina Display, Smart Keyboard and Apple Pencil Support and is supported by iPadOS, a new powerful multitasking and creative capabilities platform. You can decide for yourself whether to upgrade by going to the Apple website to compare devices: apple.com/ipad/compare. (Graphics courtesy of Apple Inc.).
In this episode, we will discuss iOS 13, describe how to download it, and give you some tips and tricks I’ve learned over the past couple weeks that you may find useful. Listen for a few minutes and get some of coolest features from the latest update. (Graphics courtesy of Apple Inc.)
In this episode, we will discuss the website designer company, Squarespace, and how two Apple enthusiasts designed separate websites using the do-it-yourself platform for the first time. This is a great episode for those users who are in small business, organizing a special event or civic organizations looking for worldwide exposure via an internet webpage at a fraction of the cost. Their website is www.squarespace.com.
In this episode, we are going to discuss Apple Music launching Apple Digital Masters, a new initiative launched Wednesday, August 7 by Apple that combines all of its “Mastered for iTunes” offerings into one catalog for higher quality music. In the second half of the podcast, we will discuss Apple’s new dongle, the USB-C Digital AV Multiport Adapter, released this week.
“Mastered for iTunes” offers one catalog for higher quality music.
In this episode, we will provide listeners some quick iPhone travel tips. These tips are for enhancing your iPhone productivity using Apple provided features.
In this episode, we are going to talk with Technology Director Mr. Jim Dube, about Homekit applications he uses in his home. Jim, an avid Apple enthusiast, serves two remote “Bush Alaska” communities, the Bristol Bay School District and the Lake and Peninsula School District, administering their tech needs. HomeKit is a software framework by Apple that lets users set up their iOS devices to configure, communicate, and control smart-home appliances. By designing rooms, items, and actions in the HomeKit service, users can enable automatic actions in the house through a simple voice dictation to Siri or through Apps. HomeKit support is also included in macOS Mojave, and can be used on all their devices through Siri. Join Jim as he delves deeper into how he uses HomeKit and his device recommendations.