In this episode, we will discuss Apple releasing this week mac OS Sonoma bringing many new features. We will talk about these features and other new improvements.
Today’s podcast includes new features coming to macOS Sonoma this fall and earlier for those enthusiasts who sign up for the beta versions. We will talk about these all-new macOS Sonoma features and capabilities for elevating productivity and creativity and wrap up the show with those features for optimizing the gaming experience and some quick improvements underway.
macOS Ventura is now available to download and takes the Mac experience to a whole new level with groundbreaking capabilities that help users achieve more than ever. We will do all this in minutes so let’s get started. New features we will cover include Continuity Camera, which enables users to seamlessly work across their Apple devices, and productivity tools including Stage Manager, helping users stay focused and easily move between tasks. Also, we will cover Safari which uses ushers in a passwordless future with passkeys, and big updates come to popular apps including Mail and Messages.
In this episode, we will discuss the start of ordering today of the all-new Mac Book Air with M2 and Apple’s introduction of Lockdown Mode to the upcoming operating systems.
In this episode, we will discuss today’s announcement by AT&T of upgraded fiber plans which support speeds up to 5 Gigabytes for customers in 70 metropolitan cities across the United States. A listing of the cities is below with multi-gig in blue text. In the second half of the podcast, we will be following up on the story we did a few episodes ago about the Apple Polishing Cloth.
Happy New Year. In our first episode of 2022, we will review the Apple Polishing Cloth which I finally received. For most U.S. shoppers, their shipment has been delayed until early January, at the earliest, so this review is timely even with its early launch. I’ve been using it rigorously to give you my initial review.
In this episode, we will be interviewing Jim Dube about using Apple devices and associated software for your home theater system. The software we talked about in today’s show include the media players:Air Video HD: https://airvideo.app; Plex: https://www.plex.tv; Kodi: https://kodi.tv/download/851; InFuse: https://firecore.com/infuse. Software to rip DVDs includes: RipIt: http://thelittleappfactory.com/ripit/; Handbrake: https://handbrake.fr; MacX DVD Ripper Pro:https://www.macxdvd.com/landing/mac-dvd-ripper.htm?Rgclid=EAIaIQobChMInrC67pX_5QIVjyCtBh26Kg58EAAYASAAEgIJF_D_BwE. A tool to help rename ripped files: FileBot: https://www.filebot.net. You can reach Jim at firstname.lastname@example.org. (Graphic courtesy of Apple Inc.)
In this episode, we are going to talk about Apple’s recent update to the MacBook Air and MacBook Pro along with back-to-school purchase incentives, and as an alternative to new, purchasing a device from the Apple Refurbished Store.
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.