In this episode we will discuss the new features of the iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max which debuted along the with the unveiling of other devices at the Apple keynote streaming event, including iPhone 13, iPhone 13 mini, AppleWatch Series 7, iPad, 9th Generation and iPad Mini. Today, we will start our concentrate our discussion with the iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max. These models are more pro than ever before. We will go in depth about the new iPhones features having the most advanced pro camera system ever on iPhone; super Retina XDR display with ProMotion; a massive leap in battery life; A15 Bionic, the fastest chip in a smartphone; an advanced 5G experience; and so much more. More information about the launch Tuesday, Sept.. 14 is at https;//apple.com/newsroom and at the Mac Minutes Podcast website https://macminutespodcast.com.
In this episode we will discuss a dozen reasons why Apple should be the choice of your personal and business interests.
In this episode we will discuss the new iPad Air available Oct. 23 which features a new thin and light all-screen design offered in five gorgeous finishes, a next-generation Touch ID sensor integrated into the top button, and the powerful A14 Bionic chip for a massive boost in performance. (Graphics courtesy of Apple Inc.)
In this episode, we will give you information about iOS14 which was recently released as a free update by Apple. iOS 14 reimagines the iPhone experience, delivering a major update to the Home Screen with redesigned widgets and the App Library, new ways to use apps with App Clips, and powerful updates to Messages, and much more. (Graphic courtesy of Apple Inc.)
Apple has scheduled its next Apple Watch Activity Challenge for August 30, 2020. The latest challenge is being hosted as a way to “celebrate the natural wonder of national parks.” Learn how you can earn the activity challenge fitness award and stickers. We will also discuss cleaning your devices via U/V light and conventional methods.
In this episode, we will review the new iPadOS 14 operating system previewed at the Worldwide Developers Conference. (Graphic courtesy of Apple Inc.)
In this episode many of us have been without an open Apple Store due to the COVID-19 virus. If you need help, the Apple Support Application is your personalized guide to the best options from Apple. You can find answers with articles tailored to your products and questions. You can also call, chat or email with an expert right away or schedule a callback when its convenient. The application is free, available in the app store, to help you during these difficult times. Additionally, Apple released April 8th iOS 13.4.1 and iPadOS 13.4.1 to take care of a few bugs. (Graphic courtesy of Apple Inc.)
We will talk about Apple’s delivery of a new redesigned Maps Application and some of its new features such as better road coverage and pedestrian data, more precise addresses, and detailed land coverage. We will also highlight some tips throughout the podcast. (Graphics 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 are going to depart from our standard Mac Minutes podcast program format and interview people who have interesting uses for Apple technology. Our guest in this first episode of the series is Technology Director, Mr. Jim Dube, from Lake and Peninsula School District, in remote “Bush Alaska”. He also provides technology support to the Bristol Bay School District, where he was a K-12 principal for several years. Jim discusses the Apple devices he employs in the districts and the software he uses to manage the devices. Additionally, he also gives his insight on the challenges of keeping networks and associated technology working far from commercial sources and technical support.