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In the News blog post for December 30, 2022:
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Ben Lovejoy | 9to5Mac: LastPass security attacked by rival company 1Password: ‘Passwords could be cracked for $100’
Jeffrey Goldberg | 1Password: Not in a million years: It can take far less to crack a LastPass password
Jeffrey Goldberg | 1Password: Secret Key: What is it, and how does it protect you?
Michael Potuck | 9to5Mac: Top iPhone 14 Pro features to check out and customize
John Voorhees | MacStories: Belkin’s MagSafe Mount for Desktops and Displays, Hand Mirror, and the Logitech Crayon
Jason Snell | Six Colors: Belkin’s MagSafe adapter brings Continuity Camera home to the desktop
Dan Moren | Six Colors: In praise of the Apple Watch’s Camera control
Zac Hall | 9to5Mac: I’m going to have to buy an Apple Car for this AirTag feature, aren’t I?
Brett’s Gadget/App: I always thought the Ember Mug2 was something that was too much of a splurge but my wonderful daughter got it for me as a Christmas present - I guess she was tired of hearing Dad complain about cold coffee. Battery life isn’t terrific, but I’ll take that over all the fantastic-ness of having hot coffee as LONG AS I WANT!! Plus I can always use the charging coaster. The App lets me regulate the temperature and it even connects with the Apple Health app to track caffeine intake!
Jeff’s iTip: Accessing your HomeKit devices when you are away from home and take an Apple TV with you. In order to designate a HomeKit hub, go to Home (app) -> tap icon at top right (circle with three dots) -> tap Home Settings -> Scroll down to and tap Home Hubs & Bridges -> ensure that at least one hub device is identified as Connected. The rest will say “Standby.” If nothing is identified as Connected, restart the Apple TV or other device. A HomeKit hub can be an Apple TV, HomePod, HomePod mini, or even an iPad that you leave home and plugged in.