If you’re new to Siri, or just looking to expand your repertoire with the virtual assistant, you’ll love this. Sparhandy recently published a comprehensive guide of Siri commands. Someone, basically, took a lot of time to ask Siri questions and record what worked and what didn’t. They then prepared a list of all of the valid questions and commands you can address to Siri, including inquiries about your contacts, web searches, the weather, alarms, timers, and much more. The developers of the page have even updated it recently with the latest commands related to HomeKit and Apple Music, and there’s a handy PDF that you can print or download for reference.
The switch away from Safari for DirecTV Now comes just as Apple is touting significant performance increases for the browser as part of the upcoming macOS High Sierra update.
Here’s how to block individual administrator accounts on your Mac, like those you set up for testing, from unlocking FileVault.
If there’s one company that has been riding the wave of the future of iOS, I think this week cemented Readdle as the holder of that title. They’re also a featured sponsor of our WWDC 2017 Coverage here on TMO this week.
We broke down Apple’s perplexing iMac RAM upgrade situation, with added thoughts on the upcoming iMac Pro’s ECC memory.
Apple has quietly made a change that could unlock the doors to HomeKit and help it become the standard for controlling HomeKit devices you built.
In Amazon’s perfect world, Alexa would be able to talk to Siri, and that this would be good for customers.
Bryan and Jeff share their takeaways from John Gruber’s Talk Show Live interview with Apple senior VPs Phil Schiller and Craig Federighi. They also discuss Apple’s newly announced iMac Pro and HomePod and explore how they’ll fit into our professional and personal lives.
iOS 11 brings new features to Live Photos, Memories, facial recognition, photo storage, and Portrait Mode.
These are 12 apps and games that are the crème de la crème of the App Store when it comes to design.
You can have a list of your Apple Watch apps instead, and scroll through it easily.
Starting with the iPhone 6s, the camera can shoot 4K video. But how good is that video? Surely, it can’t be as good as an $82,000 professional rig. And it isn’t. In this YouTube video, the Arri Alexa does a 4K video comparison between an iPhone 7 Plus and a pro rig with several side-by-side shots. While the iPhone does a decent job, the comparison and analysis plainly show why you wouldn’t use it for a major theatrical movie. Bottom line, the iPhone is pretty good, but the Arri Alexa records the scenes, especially in low light and warm colors, more like your eyes would actually see them. It’s fascinating, and because of the cost-differential, the take away should be how close iPhone 7 gets, rather than it not being as good.
Dr. Mac’s solution to invisible file corruption might help keep your Mac from crashing.
Jeff Butts is still using Reflector 2, but not nearly as often.
Bryan Chaffin and Jeff Butts join jeff Gamet to look at Apple Pay Cash, plus they share their first impressions on Apple’s Planet of the Apps premiere.
Jeff Gamet caught up with indy iOS app developer Ish at AltConf outside of Apple’s Worldwide Developer Conference in San Jose. They talked about his new Boomerang language translation app, teaching other developers, his appearance in the documentary App: The Human Story, and more. Ish has a blog and is on Twitter, too.
Read on to see if your Mac makes the cut for macOS High Sierra.
There were at least 11 software-related announcements during Apple’s World Wide Developer Conference (WWDC).
You get personalized recommendations and a new way to slim down how much apps take up space on your iOS device.