Here’s how you can see and manage the passwords saved in the Keychain on your iPhone and iPad in iOS 12.
Tweetbot 5 for the iPhone and iPad has five extra themes you can unlock with an in-app donation. Here’s how to do it.
Dave Hamilton and John Martellaro join Kelly Guimont to speculate on what else we’ll see at the iPad event (besides iPads), and Apple going toe-to-toe against Bloomberg.
Tweetbot 5 for the iPhone and iPad is out with interface updates, an improved dark theme for OLED iPhones, and more.
You can search for songs in Apple Music based on their lyrics in the Music app on your iPhone or iPad.
Every year Apple retail stores celebrate The Big Draw 2018 festival, a worldwide celebration of drawing held every October.
It’s called Presenter Mode, and here’s how to turn it on.
Adam Christianson from the Maccast and John Martellaro join Jeff Gamet to share their thoughts on Apple’s just announced October 30th media event in New York City, plus they debate which is a better upgrade: iPhone XR or a used iPhone X.
The company is widely expected to announce new iPad models at the event, and some hope there will be new Macs, too.
Your iPhone and iPad have a hidden trackpad that lets you move the cursor where you want it for editing. It’s easier and more precise than tapping with your finger.
No new features are in evidence, meaning this release squashes bugs, optimizes, and generally refines iOS 12.1.
Bryan Chaffin and John Martellaro join Jeff Gamet to talk about Adobe’s new Photoshop CC for iPad announcement, plus share their thoughts on third-party watch faces for Apple Watch.
Adobe Photoshop CC is coming to the iPad in 2019. It’s really Photoshop, and not just a subset of photo editing features.
iOS 12 has been available for a month now and is already installed on 53% of compatible devices.
It looks like Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company, or TSMC, scored big with Apple again because they’re going to be the exclusive A13 chip provider in 2019.
John Martellaro and Bryan Chaffin join Jeff Gamet to share their thoughts on how Apple will promote its streaming TV content and follow up on yesterday’s subscription TV overload discussion. They also look at competition in the artificial intelligence space with Google’s new Call Screen feature.
Luna Display was introduced as a Kickstarter a year ago, and now it’s available for everyone. The Luna Display is a dongle that connects to your Mac via USB-C or Mini DisplayPort and turns your iPad into a wireless second display. Since it’s a hardware linkup instead of software it uses your Mac’s own graphics acceleration for improved performance. I’ve been testing one with my MacBook Pro and iPad pro for a while it’s pretty impressive. Getting a dual display setup without having to carry any extra gear when I’m travelling is awesome. You can get Luna Display at the Luna website for US$79.99.
Apple is beefing up its custom chip team by acquiring 300 processor designers and several patents from Dialog Semiconductor.
In this episode, Bryan Chaffin ask if Apple’s rumored next iPad Pro is the Mac replacement long predicted. They also discuss what went wrong with Apple TV gaming, and the pros and cons and cons and cons of iPhone driver’s licenses. They sneak some Anki Vector love in there, too.
Starting November 1st you’ll need Skype 8 for all Skype chats on your desktop or laptop, and November 15th for iPhone and iPad.