In the News

53: Historical Street View, Spiteful Self-Repair, and Age-Old 5GB

May 27, 2022 Episode 53
In the News
53: Historical Street View, Spiteful Self-Repair, and Age-Old 5GB
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Watch the video!
https://youtu.be/6jKj7VsQazY

In the News blog post for May 27, 2022:
https://www.iphonejd.com/iphone_jd/2022/05/in-the-news629.html

  • Richardson Graduations!
  • Apple Privacy Made Public
  • 11 Years of 5GB
  • iPadOS Outlook
  • HomePod Outlook
  • Self-Repair Self-Assessment
  • Street View History
  • Trailing AirTags
  • A “Dashboard for Your Health”
  • Brett’s iTip: Double-Tapping your Apple Pencil 
  • Jeff’s iTip: Using the iPad as a White Board at Home


Claire Stern: Apple’s Jane Horvath Is Here To Protect Your Online Privacy

David Sparks: Eleven Years of 5 GB

Michael Simon: iPadOS 16: These are the new features we hope to see at WWDC

Jason Snell: How the HomePod can be Apple’s new iPod: Fun, popular, and simple

Brian Chen: I Tried Apple’s Self-Repair Program With My iPhone. Disaster Ensued.

John Gruber: The Grave Insult of Being Sent the Proper Tools to Perform a Complicated Task

Abner Li: Google Maps Street View gets historical browsing on Android & iOS, Studio tool, compact camera

Ross Feinstein: The airline couldn’t find my luggage — luckily I had Apple AirTags

CBS Sunday Morning (David Pogue): Tracking your health data through wearable devices

Brett’s iTip: Double-tapping your Apple Pencil for easy erase access! I’ve been thoroughly enjoying my 2nd Generation Apple Pencil for taking notes on my iPad (mainly using Notability) and one of my favorite little tips is simply double-tapping the Apple Pencil to quickly switch between the writing pen and the eraser! It’s so quick and easy, and doesn’t require me to lift my finger to tap another option, etc. There are other double-tap options under Settings - Apple Pencil but I very much like the immediate toggle between pen and eraser.   

Jeff’s iTip: iPad as a White Board at Home (using GoodNotes). We use it for homework at our house, but you can use this for anything! For example, you can just put up a blank background and then take notes, and share those notes with others. Here’s a bonus tip when using GoodNotes and accessing the “lasso” tool” - you can customize what you grab with the lasso tool by tapping the tool and toggling on or off the following: handwriting, images, text boxes, and comments. When you’re done with the note you can export it as a PDF to share it around.

Brett Burney from http://www.appsinlaw.com
Jeff Richardson from http://www.iphonejd.com

Support the show
Richardson Graduations!
Apple Privacy Made Public
11 Years of 5GB
iPadOS Outlook
HomePod Outlook
Self-Repair Self-Assessment
Street View History
Trailing AirTags
A “Dashboard for Your Health”
Brett’s iTip: Double-Tapping your Apple Pencil
Jeff’s iTip: Using the iPad as a White Board at Home