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In the News blog post for October 1, 2021:
Jeff’s iPhone 13 Pro Review: Better cameras, better screen, better battery life
David Sparks: Testing the iPhone 13 Pro Cameras at Disneyland
Leander Kahney: iPhone 13 Pro truly is the Goldilocks phone
Jason Snell: iWork comes alive with Keynote live-video features
Jeff’s Review: Logitech MX Keys -- full-size Bluetooth keyboard for computer, iPad, and iPhone
Jeff’s Review: eero Pro 3-pack -- blanket your home with fast Wi-Fi
Juli Clover: Warning: Be careful which iMessages you iDelete
Brett’s Apple Watch Tip: Customize the Workout View on your Apple Watch. On your iPhone go to the Watch app - Workout - Workout View, then pick which workout you want to customize. Then you can select which items you want to view on your Apple Watch. For my “Outdoor Run” I like to see Duration, Heart Rate, Current Pace, and Distance. When I’m in “Hiking” I like to see Current Elevation and Elevation Gain.
Bonus: when you’re in workout view, you can turn the Digital Crown to “highlight” one of these metrics with a color which makes it easier to see.
Jeff’s iOS 15 Tip: Drag and Drop between apps on an iPhone - works with photos, URLs, documents (e.g. from a list in the Dropbox app), etc. Here’s a video demonstration from Marcos Alonso, a human interface designer at Apple: https://twitter.com/malonso/status/1439999537133678593
Brett Burney from http://www.appsinlaw.com
Jeff Richardson from http://www.iphonejd.com