Bryan Chaffin and Andrew Orr join Jeff Gamet to talk about ways to lock down your iPhone privacy, plus they look at the current state of Apple’s augmented reality experience.
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Apple is looking to take more of the budget conscious tablet market with a $259 iPad in 2018 if a new report is correct.
It looks like Apple has its iPhone X production issues pretty much under control because shipping times for the flagship smartphone have dropped down to about a week.
We found some really cool Star Wars cases that’ll look great while protecting your iPhone 7, iPhone 8, or iPhone X.
If you’re looking for a way to streamline your podcast production workflow, well known Mac developer Marco Arment may have just what you need. His Forecast app handles the tedious parts of podcast production like adding show titles and graphics, filling in show length and file size, and entering chapter points. It can also spread MP3 encoding across all of your Mac’s processors, making the whole process even faster. His app has been in use privately for two years and now it’s available as a public beta. Forecast is free and you can show your support my mentioning the app on your show, or buy an ad. You can download Forecast at the Overcast website.
John Martellaro and Bryan Chaffin join Jeff Gamet to answer a listener question: What’s next for Apple?
Apple and Stanford’s Apple Watch heart rhythm study is open for registration. Here’s how to sign up.
AliveCor has the distinction of being the first company to score Food and Drug Administration approval for an Apple Watch compatible medical device wrist band.
Apple and Stanford launched their joint Apple Watch heart study program on Thursday. The program is collecting heart rate data to study irregular heart rhythms.
Apple updated its Apple Support app for the iPhone this week, adding in a new Discover section with tips for your devices and a redesigned interface.
Kelly Guimont and John Martellaro join Jeff Gamet to talk about macOS High Sierra’s root access security flaw, plus John updates us on the state of Apple TV 4K.
macOS High Sierra’s painfully bad root access security flaw has been patched and the update is ready for download now.
Is the iOS 11.1.2 “IT” autocorrect bug tripping you up? Here’s how to work around it until Apple gets a proper fix out.
Pixelmator Pro for the Mac hit Apple’s App Store on Wednesday with features like non-destructive editing, machine learning assisted tools, and more.
There’s more than one way to quit apps on the iPhone X once you know the right gesture. It isn’t quite as smooth as quitting apps on an iPhone 7 or 8, which is kind of weird because it could be just as simple. Check out TMO’s video showing how app quitting works on the iPhone X.
Bryan Chaffin and Andrew Orr join Jeff Gamet to share their thoughts on the latest Face ID mask hack, plus they take a look at Apple’s gesture-based interface patent that could come to the Mac.