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In the News blog post for August 19, 2022:
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Andrew Cunningham: New macOS 12.5.1 and iOS 15.6.1 updates patch “actively exploited” vulnerabilities [Updated]
Mark Gurman: Apple Targets Sept. 7 for iPhone 14 Launch in Flurry of New Devices
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Brett’s iTip: I didn’t realize how much I would be checking the weather when I’m on vacation, but I’ve visited the default Apple Weather App a lot. Apple acquired the Dark Sky weather app in March 2020 (and they are sunsetting it by the end of 2022) and I’ve been perfectly happy with the Weather App in iOS 15. Pretty much everything in the Weather App is obvious and intuitive, but one thing I didn’t know you could do is enter the map, move around / zoom, and then tap and hold on a location to get info about that specific location!
Jeff’s iTip: Manage email notifications on the iPhone using VIPs. First, you need to identify people as a VIP so go to the Mail App and tap at the top left to go to Mailboxes. Tap Edit at top right and enable VIP. Tap on the info button to see who is currently a VIP or add someone new. Next, to set notifications go to the Settings app, select Notifications, then Mail, then Customize Notifications. Decide how you want to be notified of new emails on your accounts – either badges or alerts or both. I select badges. Then decide how you want to be notified of new emails from a VIP. I have Alerts turned on, with sound set to vibrate only.
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