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89: Smelly AirTags and Passcode Provocations

March 04, 2023 Episode 89
89: Smelly AirTags and Passcode Provocations
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In the News
89: Smelly AirTags and Passcode Provocations
Mar 04, 2023 Episode 89

Watch the video!
https://youtu.be/MvqBSffU6mY

In the News blog post for March 3, 2023:
https://www.iphonejd.com/iphone_jd/2023/03/in-the-news665.html

  • ABA TECHSHOW Conference Memories
  • Protecting your iPhone Passcode
  • Macs (and iPhones) in New Orleans
  • This is Not the Refund You are Looking For
  • iMessage on Windows?
  • AirPods Tips & Tricks
  • Plugable iPad Dock
  • Smelly AirTags
  • Brett’s iTip: QR Code Scanning Fun!
  • Jeff’s iTip: Switch Between Open Apps on your iPad


Jeff’s article: The critical importance of protecting your iPhone passcode

Nicole Nguyen & Joanna Stern | Wall Street Journal: How to Protect Your iPhone Data From Thieves

Brett Burney’s iPhone Home Screen from MacSparky

Leslie Berlin: Steve Jobs - Take a Closer Look

John Voorhees | MacStories: A Final Update to Tweetbot and Twitterrific That Allows Users to Support Tapbots and The Iconfactory

D. Griffin Jones | Cult of Mac: iMessage is coming to Windows … kind of

Lance Whitney | PC Magazine: The Best Apple AirPods Pro Tips and Tricks

Fernando Silva | 9to5Mac: Hands-on: How Plugable’s Docking Stations help turn your iPad into a desktop computer

Joe Brock | Reuters: Dow said it was recycling our shoes. We found them at an Indonesian flea market

Brett’s iTip: I’m at a conference where there are lots of QR codes that people want me to scan. In recent versions of iOS you can simply open the Camera app, make sure you’re in “Photo” mode and point it at the QR code. You should see a yellow link button appear that you can tap to visit the link. You can also tap the little “code scanner button” in the bottom right corner. There’s also a dedicated “Code Scanner” that you can add to your Control Center. Go to Settings - Control Center - and add “Code Scanner.” Now you can launch that from Control Center and it will give you 4 corners in which to place the QR code (along with a flashlight if you need it). Be warned that when you hover over the QR code it will immediately open the link in Safari or your your email app.

Jeff’s iTip: There are a couple of ways to switch between open apps on your iPad
1. Swipe left or right with four or five fingers.
2. Swipe left or right with one finger along the bottom edge of the screen. (On an iPad with a Home

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Brett Burney from http://www.appsinlaw.com
Jeff Richardson from http://www.iphonejd.com

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Watch the video!
https://youtu.be/MvqBSffU6mY

In the News blog post for March 3, 2023:
https://www.iphonejd.com/iphone_jd/2023/03/in-the-news665.html

  • ABA TECHSHOW Conference Memories
  • Protecting your iPhone Passcode
  • Macs (and iPhones) in New Orleans
  • This is Not the Refund You are Looking For
  • iMessage on Windows?
  • AirPods Tips & Tricks
  • Plugable iPad Dock
  • Smelly AirTags
  • Brett’s iTip: QR Code Scanning Fun!
  • Jeff’s iTip: Switch Between Open Apps on your iPad


Jeff’s article: The critical importance of protecting your iPhone passcode

Nicole Nguyen & Joanna Stern | Wall Street Journal: How to Protect Your iPhone Data From Thieves

Brett Burney’s iPhone Home Screen from MacSparky

Leslie Berlin: Steve Jobs - Take a Closer Look

John Voorhees | MacStories: A Final Update to Tweetbot and Twitterrific That Allows Users to Support Tapbots and The Iconfactory

D. Griffin Jones | Cult of Mac: iMessage is coming to Windows … kind of

Lance Whitney | PC Magazine: The Best Apple AirPods Pro Tips and Tricks

Fernando Silva | 9to5Mac: Hands-on: How Plugable’s Docking Stations help turn your iPad into a desktop computer

Joe Brock | Reuters: Dow said it was recycling our shoes. We found them at an Indonesian flea market

Brett’s iTip: I’m at a conference where there are lots of QR codes that people want me to scan. In recent versions of iOS you can simply open the Camera app, make sure you’re in “Photo” mode and point it at the QR code. You should see a yellow link button appear that you can tap to visit the link. You can also tap the little “code scanner button” in the bottom right corner. There’s also a dedicated “Code Scanner” that you can add to your Control Center. Go to Settings - Control Center - and add “Code Scanner.” Now you can launch that from Control Center and it will give you 4 corners in which to place the QR code (along with a flashlight if you need it). Be warned that when you hover over the QR code it will immediately open the link in Safari or your your email app.

Jeff’s iTip: There are a couple of ways to switch between open apps on your iPad
1. Swipe left or right with four or five fingers.
2. Swipe left or right with one finger along the bottom edge of the screen. (On an iPad with a Home

Support the Show.

Brett Burney from http://www.appsinlaw.com
Jeff Richardson from http://www.iphonejd.com

ABA TECHSHOW Conference Memories
Protecting your iPhone Passcode
Macs (and iPhones) in New Orleans
This is Not the Refund You are Looking For
iMessage on Windows?
AirPods Tips & Tricks
Plugable iPad Dock
Smelly AirTags
Brett’s iTip: QR Code Scanning Fun!
Jeff’s iTip: Switch Between Open Apps on your iPad