Apple Event – September 2020

The Apple event I look forward to every year looked a little different today. No iPhones. If you read any of the rumors and rumblings leading up to the event, you wouldn’t be surprised that there were no iPhones today. During an earnings call a few weeks ago, Apple gave investors a heads up that… Continue reading Apple Event – September 2020

Expanded Notifications in Notification Center on iPhone SE

Back when the iPhone SE was released in April of this year, there was an uproar from journalists and consumers that the new device abandoned Haptic Touch to expand notifications in the Notification Center. And rightfully so. I love this feature to quickly reply to text messages. Currently, on iOS 13, you have to swipe… Continue reading Expanded Notifications in Notification Center on iPhone SE

COVID-19 Exposure Logging and Your iPhone

*Update* 9/1/2020- iOS 13.7 is now available. A few months ago the internet freaked out that Apple and Google quietly installed a COVID-19 tracker onto their phones. Yes, during an update, Apple and Google added an Exposure Logging setting on the phone. At the time, your local public health authority would have needed to create… Continue reading COVID-19 Exposure Logging and Your iPhone

WWDC Takeaways

Today, June 22nd, Apple held their virtual World Wide Developer Conference (WWDC) keynote. They unveiled their latest software versions for their products: iOS 14, iPadOS 14, WatchOS 7, and MacOS Big Sur. In what normally is a live event held at the Steve Jobs Theater, Apple presented us with a two-hour keynote video highlighting all… Continue reading WWDC Takeaways

Apple Setup Challenge

Chris Wilson, over at iPadguild.com originally posted about The Best Apple Setups for $500, $1000, $2500 and $5000. I came across Matt Birchler, Habib Cham, and Andy’s pages and they had some great posts on this topic as well. I am a little late to the party but I figured I would jump in and… Continue reading Apple Setup Challenge