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In the News blog post for March 4, 2022:
Jason Snell: Apple has “peeked” my interest in its March 8 event
Adam Oram: Twelve South PowerPic mod review: Home decor meets wireless charger
Andrew O’Hara: Nomad Base One review: The most premium MagSafe charger around
Christine Chan: mophie 3-in-1 Travel Charger with MagSafe review: Conveniently charge all the things
Casey Liss: Announcing MaskerAid
Josh Centers: Do You Need Cellular in Your Apple Watch?
Filipe Espósito: Aqara announces new Smart Door Lock A100 with Apple HomeKit and Home Key support
The See-Everything Smart Lock | eufy Video Smart Lock (Kickstarter)
Abigail Wilson: I found my iPhone TEN years after it went missing…my husband heard weird noises coming from our toilet
Brett’s iTip: I’ve really been impressed with what Apple is doing with the iPhone’s default weather app since they purchased the Dark Sky app in 2020. Now with iOS 15 you can have the default weather app provide notifications when precipitation starts or stops. First you’ll need to make sure you allow the Weather app has access to your current location in the Settings and Privacy section. Then open the Weather app (I have my as a widget on the front of my iPhone screen) and tap the “bullet list” in the upper right. Then tap “Notifications” and toggle on notifications for the locations you have in the list.
Jeff’s iTip: If you use the excellent CARROT Weather app, you can choose the weather data source from within the app’s settings. Sources in the United States include: