We have a deal on WordPress Master Class, a bundle of training courses for WordPress. It includes five courses on creating an online store, marketing a site, creating a blog, using design in branding, and site performance. The entire bundle is $29.99 through our deal.
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We have a deal made for pandemic times and working from home: an under-desk exercise bike called LifePro FlexCycle. Put it under your desk and peddle while you work. This one features eight adjustable tension settings, and allows you to monitor your stats. It’s $149.99 through our deal.
Bryan Chaffin and Jeff Gamet talk about what happens when everything doesn’t just work on Apple TV, including whether or not it’s an Apple problem when there’s friction from a third party app. Jeff also gives us a great primer on Apple’s ProRAW file format for photography on iPhone 12 models.
We have a deal on the KRAFTGUN Massage Gun. This noise-free massage gun is equipped with a brushless 24V motor and a frequency that reaches up to 40Hz. It comes with three interchangeable attachments and 3.5 hours of work time. It’s $369.99 through our deal.
We have a deal on the Ocean Wave Ceiling Projector. This device projects lights and plays nature sounds for your bedroom. The remote control enables you to set timers for automatic shut-off. It also allows you to change the brightness, chose between 7 wave light colors, and 8 different nature sounds. It’s $32.99 through our deal.
2020 is no more! Huzzah and good riddance! The Mac Observer is taking New Year’s Day off, but we’ll be back with our regular daily new coverage, analysis, and podcasts on Monday, January 4th.
We have a deal on the KeySmart Nano Torch XL Compact Pen Light. this device shines at 120 Lumens and features a a sliding barrel head that enables you to adjust the focus from a wide spill to a narrow spotlight. It’s also designed for one-handed use, and it’s $32.99 through our deal.
We have a deal on the Hudly Invisible Wireless Charger. This device uses long-range induction coils to charge your iPhone (or Qi-enabled Android device) through surfaces up to 1.6-inches thick. It comes with a removable adhesive for you to attach it to the underside of your desk or table, and it’s $69.99 through our deal.
We’ll explain what Bitcoin is, how Bitcoin works, how Bitcoin wallets work, and throw a mention in for getting free Bitcoins through faucets.
Whether you’re into Christmas, Hanukkah, Festivus, Solstice, or any end-of-the-year holiday, The Mac Observer hopes this is a wonderful time for you. We’re taking Thursday and Friday off this year, but we’ll be back on Monday, December 28th, with iPhone, iPad, Mac, Media, and probably even car coverage, along with a fresh TMO Daily Observations episode.
We have a deal on the MOGICS Coconut, a waterproof portable light that floats. It features four brightness modes, an internal, rechargeable battery, and self-inflates. This device is $36.95 through our deal. There are also options for two Coconuts, as well as multicolor options.
Hot on the heels of Chinese-language Economic Daily News reporting that Apple was targeting September 2021 for release of its unannounced Apple Car, Reuters has a much more likely story saying that Apple is targeting 2024 for release of its auto entry.
We have a deal on a DIY drone, which is pretty cool. It’s the DIY Building Block STEM Drone, and with it you can create your own design based on the step-by-step instructions. It’s aimed in part at kids, can do stunt flips and more, and it’s $49.99 through our deal.
We have a deal on a lifetime subscription for Babbel language learning software. Babbel lets you practice with 10-15 minute bite-sized lessons, and Babbel uses speech recognition technology to keep your pronunciation on point. And, it comes with 10,000 hours of online language education. A lifetime subscription is $199 through our deal, and it covers all 14 languages.
A Chinese newspaper reported that Apple has put in orders to several Taiwanese auto parts manufacturers and plans to release its car in September of 2021.
Bryan Chaffin and Jeff Butts dig into the world of cryptocurrency, including some of the different cryptos, how Jeff got into it, the different kinds of “mining,” and where they think it’s headed now. They also talk about the CES tradeshow and the pandemic.
One of Dave Hamilton’s many musical projects is a band called Bitter Bill, based out of New Hampshire. I mention this because they have a new video out for Conned, a great song with a great sound and a great video, too. I heart this song so hard, and I hope you check it out. Dave’s the one banging on the drum, literally, and the band is co-led by Billy Butler and his daughter, Emily Butler. Oh, and this tune is on their album Desperate Times on the New Hampshire State Line (Apple Music link). It’s also on Band Camp. Check out the video below, and congrats to Dave and the rest of the members of Bitter Pill for making such a great tune and video.
We have a giveaway called the Complete Home Gym Giveaway, where you could win a bunch of home fitness gear including the Peloton Bike+ Basics, the Mirror, Bowflex SelectTech 552 Dumbbells, and more. You get entries to the giveaway by donating money to the Playing For Change Foundation through our deals site. A $10 donation gets you 100 entries into the giveaway, with larger donation options available in the listing.
Bryan Chaffin and Jeff Gamet talk about Apple’s new AirPods Max over-the-ear headphones. They also discuss a proposed law from Ireland that would require 30% of all streaming content to be made in Europe, something that could radically affect Apple TV+. And, Jeff Gamet explains how he broke his iPhone’s camera lens cover and how he replaced it.