In this episode, we will introduce Apple’s 16-inch MacBook Pro and let you know about the Apple Watch Thanksgiving Activity Award, occurring on Thursday, Nov. 28th. (Graphics courtesy of Apple Inc. and Kyle Seth Grey)
In this episode, we will discuss Apple launching Monday, Oct 28, the new AirPods Pro which features Active Noise Cancellation and immersive sound in an all-new lightweight, in-ear design. We will describe the features, price and and how you can get a set. Additionally, iOS 13.2 was simultaneously released. We will tell you what the update includes.(Graphics courtesy of Apple Inc.)
In this episode, we will give our initial review of the new macOS Catalina which is a free software upgrade and will discuss some of the features such as Apple Arcade, Voice Control, Screen Time and all-new Sidecar, which Expands Mac Workspace with iPad. For more tips and articles on macOS Catalina, join the free Mac Minutes Facebook Group. The link is https://www.facebook.com/groups/1736519459789704/ (Photos courtesy of Apple Inc.)
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.
This week’s episode will look at the Roaming Man G3 Hotspot (www.roamingman.com) and how your Apple devices make airline travel easier during the summer travel season. Travel applications recommended for itinerary input are TripIt and Kayak. For seat preference, the Seat Alerts application is a quick way to get notified if a better seat becomes available. Gate Guru will help you navigate around the airports with detailed maps. Lastly, those on the ground can track your flight using Flightboard, Flight Tracker and Plane Finder. All can be found in App Store. Have an enjoyable summer travel season!
In the episode, I will talk about a few of my personal best apps from the numerous weather apps in the App Store. It’s now summer and we just had our first storm of the season bringing hail, thunder and lightning. Severe storms are not only common in Alaska but around the world. You just need to watch the evening news to see examples where people have been caught ill prepared. I’ll talk about using your iPhone and AppleWatch to help make your weather forecasting more accurate and your outdoor activities safer.
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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.