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In the News blog post for August 5, 2022:
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Jason Snell: Gurman: iPadOS 16 Launch Delayed
David Sparks: The New Anker 65W Portable Charger
Harry McCracken: 6 things I learned by going all in on iPhone photography
Michael Potuck: Wemo Smart Dimmer with Thread arrives exclusively with HomeKit connectivity; neutral not required
Jason Snell: A HomeKit Dimmer My Outdoor Patio Lights
Andrew O’Hara: Eve Motion 2 Review: New capabilities make up for a boring design
Jace Lacob: The best Apple TV+ shows to watch right now
The Apple Store Time Machine
Jeff’s Pictures from Apple Stores in Milan and Bologna, Italy
Brett’s iTip: Control access to information on the iPhone Lock Screen. Let’s say you regularly set your phone down on a table or desk where other folks can see it, which means they can see any notifications or messages that appear on there too. But you can disable some things from being accessible or viewable from the Lock Screen by going to Settings - FaceID & Passcode, and scrolling down to “Allow Access when Locked.” I turn off access to Control Center when locked, but usually leave on the Notification Center. The only thing you can’t do is turn off access to the Camera - that will always be available from the Lock Screen by swiping to the left.
Jeff’s Tip: Migration Assistant on a Mac mini: BYODKM. Enable Accessibility Keyboard on a Mac: https://support.apple.com/guide/accessibility-mac/use-the-accessibility-keyboard-mchlc74c1c9f/mac
Brett Burney from http://www.appsinlaw.com
Jeff Richardson from http://www.iphonejd.com