In the News

18: California Streaming, Creepy Sunglasses, and Lawyers in Love

September 10, 2021
In the News
18: California Streaming, Creepy Sunglasses, and Lawyers in Love
Chapters
0:10
Welcome Home Jeff!
1:52
California Streaming!
14:58
Virtual Teams Meetings in Your Car
17:07
Creepy (But Cool!) Sunglasses
23:39
BONUS #1: How to date a lawyer
25:13
BONUS #2: Streaming Privacy
27:21
Brett’s iMessage Tip: Reply to a specific message
30:26
Jeff’s Safari Tip: 4 ways to jump into Reader mode
In the News
18: California Streaming, Creepy Sunglasses, and Lawyers in Love
Sep 10, 2021

Watch the video:
https://youtu.be/MGaD4CTeTFM

In the News blog post for September 10, 2021:
https://www.iphonejd.com/iphone_jd/2021/09/in-the-news594.html 

  1. Welcome Home Jeff!
  2. California Streaming!
  3. Virtual Teams Meetings in Your Car 
  4. Creepy (But Cool!) Sunglasses
  5. BONUS #1: How to date a lawyer
  6. BONUS #2: Streaming Privacy
  7. Brett’s iMessage Tip: Reply to a specific message
  8. Jeff’s Safari Tip: 4 ways to jump into Reader mode

What to expect from Apple’s September 14 “California Streaming” event - Ars Technica

Five iPhone 13 Rumors You May Have Missed - MacRumors

Why iPhone Names Have Numbers and Most Other Apple Product Names Don’t - Daring Fireball

California Streaming. AR Easter Egg - YouTube

Microsoft Teams is getting more hybrid work improvements and Apple CarPlay support - The Verge

Smart Glasses by Facebook and Ray-Ban Mix Cool With Creepy - WSJ

Dating app is for lawyers, legal professionals and those who want to meet them - ABA Journal

Apple TV+ is the only streaming service that takes your privacy seriously - Cult of Mac

Brett’s iMessage Tip: Reply to a specific text message by tapping-and-holding on a message and then tap “Reply” on the pop-up menu. Your reply will then appear a little differently in the conversation showing your recipient that you’re replying that specific message.
https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT211303

Jeff’s Safari Tip: There are 4 different ways to enter Reader View in Safari on iPhone: 

  1. Tap the two letters at top left and select Show Reader View
  2. Tap those two letters within the first second or so of loading a webpage 
  3. Hold down a finger on those two letters for about a second. 
  4. When in Reader View, tap the two letters, tap Website Settings, and tap Use Reader Automatically

https://support.apple.com/guide/iphone/hide-ads-and-distractions-iphdc30e3b86/ios

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

Show Notes Chapter Markers

Watch the video:
https://youtu.be/MGaD4CTeTFM

In the News blog post for September 10, 2021:
https://www.iphonejd.com/iphone_jd/2021/09/in-the-news594.html 

  1. Welcome Home Jeff!
  2. California Streaming!
  3. Virtual Teams Meetings in Your Car 
  4. Creepy (But Cool!) Sunglasses
  5. BONUS #1: How to date a lawyer
  6. BONUS #2: Streaming Privacy
  7. Brett’s iMessage Tip: Reply to a specific message
  8. Jeff’s Safari Tip: 4 ways to jump into Reader mode

What to expect from Apple’s September 14 “California Streaming” event - Ars Technica

Five iPhone 13 Rumors You May Have Missed - MacRumors

Why iPhone Names Have Numbers and Most Other Apple Product Names Don’t - Daring Fireball

California Streaming. AR Easter Egg - YouTube

Microsoft Teams is getting more hybrid work improvements and Apple CarPlay support - The Verge

Smart Glasses by Facebook and Ray-Ban Mix Cool With Creepy - WSJ

Dating app is for lawyers, legal professionals and those who want to meet them - ABA Journal

Apple TV+ is the only streaming service that takes your privacy seriously - Cult of Mac

Brett’s iMessage Tip: Reply to a specific text message by tapping-and-holding on a message and then tap “Reply” on the pop-up menu. Your reply will then appear a little differently in the conversation showing your recipient that you’re replying that specific message.
https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT211303

Jeff’s Safari Tip: There are 4 different ways to enter Reader View in Safari on iPhone: 

  1. Tap the two letters at top left and select Show Reader View
  2. Tap those two letters within the first second or so of loading a webpage 
  3. Hold down a finger on those two letters for about a second. 
  4. When in Reader View, tap the two letters, tap Website Settings, and tap Use Reader Automatically

https://support.apple.com/guide/iphone/hide-ads-and-distractions-iphdc30e3b86/ios

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

Welcome Home Jeff!
California Streaming!
Virtual Teams Meetings in Your Car
Creepy (But Cool!) Sunglasses
BONUS #1: How to date a lawyer
BONUS #2: Streaming Privacy
Brett’s iMessage Tip: Reply to a specific message
Jeff’s Safari Tip: 4 ways to jump into Reader mode