What the video!
In the News blog post for September 3, 2021:
Jeff’s post on Hurricane Ida
Jeff’s review of TripIt Pro
John Gruber: Initial Details on Using Driver’s Licenses and State ID’s in Apple Wallet
John Gruber: Apple To Relax Anti-steering Rules To Allow ‘reader’ Apps To Link To Their Websites For Account Creation And Management
Good Ted Lasso vibes!
Brett’s Notes Tip: We talk a LOT about the Notes app on iPhone & iPad, and one of the reasons is because the app is so accessible right from an iOS device. And for me using a Mac, the Notes app is right there and everything is synced. But I know a lot of folks are NOT using a Mac, and unfortunately Apple doesn’t offer a Notes app for Windows. The easiest way to access your Notes on a Windows computer is to simply open a browser and visit www.icloud.com where you’ll find a Notes icon there to see all the synced Notes from your iPhone or iPad. Another way to do this is create a Progressive Web App, which is really a shortcut to the website, but it might be easier to access there.
Jeff’s Hurricane Gadget: Midland ER310 Emergency Radio ($60). Built-in rechargeable 2600 mAh battery (Micro USB) (32 hours of radio), or can use built-in crank to charge, or can use built-in solar panel to charge, or can use 6 AA batteries. AM/FM, NOAA Weather Alerts, Emergency flashlight / SOS beacon, Ultrasonic dog whistle, and a USB port to charge an iPhone.
Brett Burney from http://www.appsinlaw.com
Jeff Richardson from http://www.iphonejd.com