The first two episodes to new Apple TV+ series Central Park are now available for streaming. The series is animated and musical, so if you fancy singing along, Apple has posted a version to the song ‘Weirdos’ with the accompanying lyrics.
Today Apple released a 13.5.1 OS update for iPhones and iPads. It contains important security patches although details aren’t yet known about what was patched.
We have a deal on the 2020 Social Media Marketing Bootcamp Certification Bundle, a 7-course training program covering social media in general, as well as FaceBook, Instagram, Twitter, and LinkedIn. It includes 34 hours of content and hundreds of lessons, and it’s $29.99 through our deal.
There are various steps users can take to help keep your iPhone charged for longer and maintain the condition of the battery.
Security researcher Bhavuk Jain found a zero day vulnerability with Sign In with Apple in April. Apple has already patched it.
“The Zane Lowe Interview Series” is a new podcast where the Apple Music host interviews artists like Lady Gaga, Hayley Williams, and others.
Apple Card customers can defer payments set for June, 9to5Mac reported. That will be the third month in which Apple and Goldman Sachs have allowed such a deferral, due to the COVID-19 outbreak.
In response to the continued coronavirus outbreak, Apple and Goldman Sachs are allowing customers to skip their Apple Card payments without incurring interest charges. Apple Card holders should receive an email announcing this “Customer Assistance Program”… Apple and Goldman Sachs have once again announced an extension of the Apple Card Customer Assistance Program, allowing users to skip their June payments without penalty. Learn how to join the Customer Assistance Program here. |We understand that the COVID-19 situation poses unique challenges for everyone and some customers may have difficulty making their monthly payments. Should you need assistance, please click here to be connected to Apple Card Support via Messages and enroll in our Customer Assistance Program, which will allow you to skip your June payment without incurring interest charges. If you previously enrolled in the Customer Assistance Program, you will need to enroll again.
Apple is donating to the Equal Justice Initiative and other non-profits in the wake of the death of George Floyd.
Who knew one key could do THAT? Plus, you can take iPhone pics right from your Mac desktop. Lots of quick tips.
And then a quick discussion about tech support in the time of social distancing. We’ve heard from a few consultants who help John and Dave suss that out.
Wi-Fi is always popular, and this week marks a return to some in-depth discussions about various configurations, including expanding your Wi-Fi… and that of your friends and family members. Plus we’ve got Cool Stuff Found and more. Press play and enjoy learning at least five new things with your two favorite geeks!
More and more Apple Stores in the U.S and around the world are opening in the coming days following their COVID-19 enforced closures.
The iPhone 12 focus this year will be 5G. But it may be that the iPhone 13 focus, in 2021, will be the cameras.
Last week Andrew shared how to add a shortcut to your home screen. Today he writes how to create custom icons for home screen shortcuts.
Set to debut on August 14, Apple revealed a first-look from its upcoming comedy series “Ted Lasso” starring Jason Sudeikis.
Andrew Orr joins host Kelly Guimont to discuss Security Friday news and some updates to Apple Card data in the Wallet app.
From next week users in some U.S. cities will be able to book Uber rides by the hour to help them make essential journeys more safely.
Apple is releasing four new colors to Powerbeats Pro: Cloud Pink, Glacier Blue, Lava Red, and Spring Yellow.
A lawsuit against M. Night Shyamalan and Apple that alleged Apple TV+ series ‘Servant’ lifted from a 2013 indie film has been thrown out.
Soccer leagues around the world are starting to return, with games being played in empty stadiums. When players in Japan next take to the pitch they could be cheered, or jeered, by fans using a smartphone app, the Guardian reported.
The Remote Cheerer system developed by the Japanese firm Yamaha allows fans following the match on TV, the radio or online to encourage – or berate – players via their smartphones, their voices reverberating around the stadium in realtime via loudspeakers. In a recent field test, users in multiple remote locations chose from a range of on-screen options that sent their cheers, applause, chants and boos into the 50,000-seat Shizuoka Stadium Ecopa via 58 speakers set up among the empty seats.
We have a deal on ChronoWatch, an inexpensive, multi-function smartwatch. It has 16 main functions including activity tracking, sleep monitor, blood pressure monitor, message and call notification, alarm, and more. It’s also waterproof, and it’s $36.99 through our deal.
Motherboard has a short guide to protecting your privacy in case you join a protest. Rule number one: Get a burner phone, don’t use your personal phone.
Naturally, law enforcement will likely be heavily surveilling these protests and others with all sorts of tech and spying gear. And it’s not just the cops: when much of a protest is broadcast via tweets or live-steaming, those watching may also want to digitally target protesters, perhaps by identifying them publicly.