In Episode 69, with the Coronavirus sweeping the world, I thought I would review a device I have had for quite some time and helps eliminate germs that exist on your iPhone. The device I have is called PhoneSoap. The device uses U/V light and is quite effective. They have different models which can be found at www.phonesoap.com. We will also covering Apple’s recent guidance that was released on how to clean your device in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic. (Photo courtesy of PhoneSoap)
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.)
Apple announced recently how you can share your best iPhone night-mode photos in Apple’s new photography contest. Also, we will be giving you some tips on how to do so and we will discuss Brydge offering a new keyboard, with trackpad. You can view more of Apple’s last years photo contest winners and information about the contest at the following website: https://www.apple.com/newsroom/2020/01/share-your-best-iphone-night-mode-photos/
In this episode, we will discuss using technology to outsmart the ‘porch pirates’ and have a secure shopping season. We will review Ring Video Doorbell devices and the Deliveries application available in the Apple App Store. The combination of using these together will go a long way in ensuring you get your packages this holiday season.
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 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 discuss Apple’s next big product launch. Apple plans to introduce its newest devices and services at 10 a.m. Pacific Time at the Steve Jobs Theater in Cupertino, California. We will also explore some of Apple’s purchasing and recycling options.
In this episode, as countless children and young adults are making their way back to the school house, we are going to discuss Apple bringing contactless student IDs on iPhone and Apple Watch to more universities and a product notification of Mophie’s new wireless chargers. (Photos courtesy of Apple)
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 about the new AliveCor’s KardiaMobile 6L Heart Monitor and the accompanying iPhone application, Kardia. The website is at www.AliveCor.com and iPhone application can be found in the Apple App Store.