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In the News blog post for February 24, 2023:
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Harry McCracken compare photos from 2005 (Palm Treo) and 2023 (iPhone 14)
Keith Broni | Emojipedia.org: First Look: New Emojis in iOS 16.4
Justin Meyers | Gadget Hacks: 18 Siri Commands Every iPhone Owner Should Know
Filipe Espósito | 9to5Mac: Uber gets major update with simplified home screen and Live Activities for all iPhone users
D. Griffin Jones | Cult of Mac: Track your medications on iPhone in the Health app
Nick deCourville | The Mac Observer: How to Mirror an iPhone to TV without Apple TV
David Snow | Cult of Mac: Shake hands with the world’s creepiest Apple Watch charging stand
Ed Hardy | Cult of Mac: This adorably tiny Macintosh is actually a powerful wall charger [Review]
Brett’s iTip: You can temporarily mute notifications from the Lock Screen by slowly swiping to left and tapping “Options.” You can mute the selected notifications for 1 hour or the whole day.
Jeff’s iTip: In iOS 16, you can display a random image from your photo library on your lock screen. The iPhone picks 16 images to rotate, so I recommend that you select to have the image change every hour or daily instead of on lock or on tap; those last two options make it too easy to quickly shuffle between the 16 images.
But what if a picture comes up that I haven’t seen in a long time and I want to see that image in my photo library? In iOS 16.3, hold a finger down on your lock screen and tap Customize at the bottom. Tap Lock Screen (on the left). Tap on the image to cycle between the 16 currently in rotation until you find the picture that you want. Tap the circle with three dots at the bottom right. Tap Show Photo in Library.
What if a picture comes up that I don’t want on my home screen: Tap Don’t Feature Photo.
Brett Burney from http://www.appsinlaw.com
Jeff Richardson from http://www.iphonejd.com