Apple has a new augmented reality idea for counting calories. But is it for an iPhone or a headset? TMO writer Nick deCourville joins Ken to talk that over. Plus a public service announcement from The Wall Street Journal that has nothing to do with man’s money, and everything to do with man’s best friend.
iPhone 14 Pros are easier to get, but some aren’t sure it’ll stay that way. There’s also a few free shows to ring in the new year.
With the closed loop broken and zero-COVID restrictions lifted, iPhone City workers are reportedly making iPhones while suffering with COVID – sometimes by choice, sometimes as directed by management. TMO Managing Editor Jeff Butts and Ken puzzle over the issue. Then, why the slow walk on AirTag info? And why can’t we prompt them to update?
Apple’s AirTag safety features foiled several attempts of an Iowa man to stalk a woman he claimed to be his wife.
Keeping up with the latest Amazon deals, we see a 4-pack of the Apple AirTag steeply discounted. There’s also great prices on Blue mics.
On the heels of announcing a new mixed reality headset, Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg is swinging hard at Apple’s mixed reality headset (which isn’t real yet). TMO Managing Editor Jeff Butts and Ken discuss the Meta and Apple metaverse stances. Plus, following up on physical media and Lufthansa’s back and forth on bag trackers.
Faced with growing embarrassment over lost luggage found with the AirTag, one airline is going to far as to ban the item tracker.
If your Apple AirTag is a year or more old, it will soon be time to replace its battery. Here’s what you need to know about doing that.
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