Keyboards can be installed on your iPhone and iPad. Here’s how to install them on either type of device.
John Martellaro and Kelly Guimont join Jeff Gamet to discuss why they’re going to try to pre-order the iPhone X tonight, or in Kelly’s case why she’s happy with the iPhone 8 instead.
Looking for a HomeKit compatible smart light that doesn’t require a bridge? Check out the bulbs The Mac Observer found.
Noon Home thinks smart lighting in our homes belongs in the switches and not the bulbs so they announced their Noon Smart Lighting System on Thursday.
It’s time for another installation of Terminal Tinkering, and this week your host Jeff Butts has plenty in store. Watch and learn about tmutil, using a Raspberry Pi as an AirPrint server, and creating a USB installer for macOS High Sierra.
Amazon Key will let delivery people into your home when you aren’t there, and Bryan and Jeff discuss the pros and cons. Jeff also gives Bryan a primer on starting off with HomeKit devices that don’t need a third party hub. They cap the show with the idea that Apple could be working towards a completely-sealed iPhone.
One of the signature features of macOS High Sierra is the APFS snapshot, and yet there’s no GUI to manage it.
At last, Amazon has a solution to the vexing problem of, “Man, there just aren’t enough strangers who have access to my home,”
There’s a really cool, cutting-edge input device that looks like a must-have for musicians, artists, hobbyists, and professionals alike. Called the Sensel Morph, early adopters call its user experience seamless, even though it’s capable of filling many roles. There are 10 unique overlays available for the Morph. These allow the touch-sensitive accessory to act as many devices. There is an overlay to turn the Morph into a keyboard, piano, drum pad, gaming pad, and much more. When you place one of the overlays on the input device, it automatically “morphs” into a MIDI controller, video editor, drum set, art tablet, keyboard, and more. The Morph offers precise tracking and high force sensitivity, while being able to detect any object or tool from a gloved finger to a paint brush. The Sensel Morph connects via Bluetooth LE, USB, and even serial port (with the optional Developer’s Cable).
Kelly Guimont and John Martellaro join Jeff Gamet to talk about Apple’s entertainment industry strategy, plus they wax poetic about this week’s Stranger Things Season 2 premiere on Netflix.
Jeff Butts gets down and dirty, digging into file size comparisons between the two video standards.
This type of photography is used for night photos, light trails, clouds, water, or stars. It records something that regular photos cannot: time.
We have a deal for you today on the ChargeTech Portable Power Outlet. This beast features a 27,000mAh battery capacity, two USB ports, and an AC port for plugging in your MacBook. It has an AC plug for charging itself, too. It’s $279 through us.
Clear your schedule because Stranger Things Season 2 premieres on Netflix this Friday, October 27th. Here are five ways you can watch and avoid missing any episodes.
In this Quick Tip, we’re going to cover how to edit, trim, and add effects to your Live Photos within macOS High Sierra! Which is great considering how many Live Photos Melissa Holt has that include camera jiggling, bad language, and so on. You’d think she’d just get better at taking Live Photos, but now that she can adjust them, she doesn’t have to! Whew.
Apple just bought PowerbyProxi, which means the company plans to bring all of its wireless charging designs in house.
Ouch. That seems a bit drastic, and is it even legal?
We have a deal on the Naztech Xtra Drive Mini, plus a 16GB microSD card, for $44.99. You can save another 15% off using coupon code SAVE15, for a final pice of $38.24. The Naztech Xtra Drive Mini has a Lightning jack on one end and a USB jack on the other for storing and transferring data on an iPhone or iPad.