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In the News blog post for September 2, 2022:
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Jason Snell: The iPhone 14 will be brilliantly boring
David Snow: iPad Pro extends brilliant 5K display through Sidecar [Setups]
Michael Chen: Paralyzed mountain biker says Apple Watch saved his life after Jamul crash
Kalley Huang and Brian Chen: An Apple Watch for Your 5-Year-Old? More Parents Say Yes
Ed Hardy: USB4 2.0 jumps past Thunderbolt to an amazing 80 Gbps
Benjamin Cassidy: The Twisted Life of Clippy
Todd Spangler: Tom Hanks Is Launching a Trivia Game Exclusively on Apple Arcade
Brett’s iTip: Been doing a lot of traveling, which means I’ve been using my AirPods Pro a LOT during flights, working in coffee shops, and many, many phone calls and Zoom calls … to the point where I get nervous my AirPods are going to run out of battery. You can check the battery charge status by opening the AirPods case next to your iPhone, but I don’t like waiting a few seconds for the status to pop up. I prefer to add the large battery widget to my Today screen so I can quickly swipe to the right and see the battery status of my iPhone, Apple Watch, and my AirPods Pro … but only if they’re open and connected to my iPhone, or in my ears.
Jeff’s Apple Watch Band Problem: While I have a number of Apple Watch bands in my personal collection, my absolute favorites are the Milanese Loop and the Solo Loop (my review here: https://www.iphonejd.com/iphone_jd/2021/01/review-solo-loop-band-apple-watch.html). I’m also checking out the Bandbreite app https://bandbreite.watch/app/
Brett Burney from http://www.appsinlaw.com
Jeff Richardson from http://www.iphonejd.com