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 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.
In this episode, we will talk about Apple’s recent announcement about the completion of a major expansion of its Apple authorized service network by partnering with Best Buy for expanded services. We will then offer several tips for your iPhone.
Force touch (long press) on the Camera Application and you will have these four options to quickly move around the camera features.
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.
In this episode, I’ll be talking about Techtool Pro 11 for macOS with my guest, Gary Miller, from the Alaskan Apple Users Group, who has reviewed the application after his in-depth use. I’ll also be telling you about how to get a few more years out of your Mac Book devices by replacing your battery, replacing your disk-drive with an SSD, or upgrading your SSD storage capacity.
In this episode, I’ll be discussing Apple’s introduction of the first 8-core MacBook Pro, what many were expecting to be announced at the World Wide Developers Conference, or WWDC, coming June 3. Also, the price reductions on older models have begun and will be continuing as the new MacBook Pro launch continues. I’ll tell you how to stay abreast of these deals from third-party retailers using the MacHash News application.
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.)