Charlotte Henry and Andrew Orr join host Kelly Guimont to discuss why the latest iOS update is very important to install, and a look ahead at earnings.
On Thursday Apple has released the final beta of iOS/iPadOS 14.4. It’s likely users will see the officially 14.4 release on Tuesday.
Andrew Orr joins host Kelly Guimont to discuss Security Friday news and how January is a good time to review all those Sign In With… buttons.
The Player Pack on the Fender Tune App is currently free in the iOS App Store (and the Android Play Store.) This Pro version normally costs $4.99, so thanks for the spot MusicRadar! The pack includes access to the Pro Tuner, thousands of chords to learn, scales, 65 Drum Beats to play along to, and Metronome. You can also sign-up using Sign in with Apple.
iOS has a feature called Low Power Mode you can turn on to conserve your battery life. It automatically turns off once your battery capacity reaches 80% but you can keep it on with a shortcut. Or rather, an automation. It’s simple to do because it only uses one action. This is especially helpful for older iPhones whose battery life has shortened.
2020 is finally drawing to a close. As we get ready to (safely) celebrate Andrew wanted to take a moment to share his top three favorite apps.
Google Stadia is heading to iOS a year after it launched, according to The Verge, meaning users can finally access their games on Apple devices. It’s coming via the latest mobile web beta for the iPhone and iPad.
Google, like other competing cloud services, is using mobile Safari due to Apple’s restrictions on cloud gaming apps that mean platforms like Stadia can’t exist in their current form on the App Store. You can access Stadia through its website on Safari or by creating a home screen icon that will turn the service into a progressive web app, so it acts almost identically to a native one. Unlike Nvidia’s GeForce Now or the planned mobile web version of Microsoft’s xCloud, however, Google Stadia has a free tier without restrictions and now offers two free-to-play games available (Destiny 2 and Super Bomberman R), with more to come. That means anyone with a Gmail account looking to try Stadia can give it a shot on an iPhone or iPad with minimal effort.
Andrew Orr and Charlotte Henry join host Kelly Guimont to discuss new TV+ shows and announcements. Stay tuned until the end for Breaking News!
Andrew Orr joins host Kelly Guimont to discuss Security Friday news, including Mac and iOS exploits, and encrypted services for your data.
We have a deal on the iOS 14 and SwiftUI Bootcamp Bundle, a three course training bundle for making apps for iOS. It includes SwiftUI: The Complete Developer Course, iPhone Apps for Absolute Beginners: iOS 14 & Swift 5, and SwiftUI Apps for All Apple Platforms. There are 341 individual lessons in these courses and 43 hours of content for $24.99 through our deal.
Charlotte Henry and Andrew Orr join host Kelly Guimont to discuss Apple’s awards for Apps and Games of 2020 and offer some picks of their own.
iOS 14 adds new customization options to let you personalize your Memoji even further. Here’s how to create one.
Lots of things we were hoping for from Apple didn’t get announced on September 15 and October 13. Now there’s been a bunch of predictions gushing forth.
If you’re sick of people and companies you don’t know calling you all the time, here’s a way to kill spam calls for good.
Keeping safe from digital security threats isn’t easy. Clario an industry newcomer, provides simple, complete cybersecurity for everyone.
Andrew Orr and Bryan Chaffin join host Kelly Guimont to discuss the iPad/iOS 14 release, and the biggest updates and changes to your devices.
Andrew Orr and Dave Hamilton join host Kelly Guimont to discuss Security Friday news and Andrew has an update on the State of the (iOS) Beta.
Andrew Orr and Bryan Chaffin join host Kelly Guimont to discuss Security Friday news, and what privacy will look like in iOS 14.
Bryan Chaffin and Charlotte Henry join host Kelly Guimont for the latest in Apple and Google’s mobile solutions to fight COVID-19,and puppies.
One of the most frustrating tasks for iPhone and iPad users is figuring out how to get it to play nicely with encrypted email with iOS Mail. Jeff Butts decided to brave the frustration, scoured the Internet for tips, and developed a method that should solve your woes.