Tag Archives: MacBook

Episode 20, Apple Support offers informative ‘YouTube’ educational videos; Product reviews for Fuse Reel Side Winder & OWC Travel Dock  



Episode 20, Apple Support offers informative ‘YouTube’ educational videos; Product reviews for Fuse Reel Side Winder & OWC Travel Dock:  In this episode we are going to review the Apple Support You Tube Channel and how to take advantage of some reliable instruction.  Additionally, we will resume our product reviews with two great devices for your Apple devices.  The first item is a Fuse Reel Side Winder which allows you to wind & store your MacBook charger in under 5 seconds. The Side Winder allows you to adjust the cable length from 1 foot to 12 feet while staying organized. Secondly is the Other World Computing (OWC) Travel Dock with 5 ports, which fits in your pocket and lets you connect to your notebook, drive an HD display, connect, power or charge up to two USB 3.1 devices and access photos from your camera’s SD card.

Apple Support videos are at www.YouTube.com
Fuse Reel for MacBook Pro
Other World Computing
Travel Dock

Episode 19, Get the best quality music out of your Apple devices; and Apple announces Health Records feature coming to Veterans



Episode 19, Get the best quality music out of your Apple devices; and Apple announces Health Records feature coming to veterans:  In this episode, I’ll be talking about why you should want the best quality of music and tell you how you can get it from your Apple devices. Also, Apple announced American veterans receiving care through the Veterans Health Administration will be able to securely view their aggregated health records directly in the Health app on their iPhone.

 

Apple announced VA patients will soon be able to access their medical records through their Health Application


Episode 5, Technology aids Alaska Earthquake Response



Episode 5, Technology aids Alaska Earthquake Response, reviews how Apple devices and associated technology helped aid in the personal response to a 7.0 Earthquake near Anchorage, Alaska on November 30, 2018.  Specifically, we will look at a couple Apple iPhone applications, Maps and Messages, and how they influenced the first 72 hours following the earthquake.  We will talk about the third-party Quakefeed application (www.quakefeed.com) which proved to be invaluable in the information it furnished about seismic activity.  Additionally, we will review the Ring Video Doorbell (www.ring.com) for your residence.


Episode 3, ‘Today at Apple’ where no one is too cool for school



Episode 3, ‘Today at Apple‘ where no one is too cool for school:  Mac Minutes overviews the ‘Today at Apple’ educational seminars hosted by Apple Stores throughout the world.  We will discuss why they are important to the Apple enthusiast, especially during this holiday season.  The ‘App of the Week’ is the ‘Today at Apple’ sessions tab of the Apple application.  We explore how to view seminar schedules, and make a reservation.  Additionally, we review the New Trent iPad keyboard and case.


Episode 2: Maximizing Use of the new iPad Pro USB-C Port



Episode 2, Maximizing Use of the new iPad Pro USB-C Port takes a look at the new iPad Pro USB-C port and its use as a power source for your Apple accessories.  We review the MacHash News application and how the aggregated information can make your time browsing the web more productive.  Also, in the spirit of holiday shopping, we talk about Apple AirPods for gifting and what a potential upgrade may mean to this revolutionary device.


Mac Minutes, Episode 1, Using AppleWatch Faces



Learn about making the most of the AppleWatch Faces and tailoring them to your specific activity.  Also, reviewed is the Deliveries Application and the new USB-C cable for the AppleWatch.