In the News

24: Hello. I’m a Max. And I’m an M1 Pro. (And Happy 600 to Jeff!)

October 22, 2021
In the News
24: Hello. I’m a Max. And I’m an M1 Pro. (And Happy 600 to Jeff!)
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Watch the video!
https://youtu.be/NL5eRiWNml4

In the News blog post for October 22, 2021:
https://www.iphonejd.com/iphone_jd/2021/10/in-the-news599.html 

  1. Happy 600 to Jeff!
  2. Unleashing the Pro Pro Max Max
  3. Contour Series 7
  4. Slo-Mo BroMotion
  5. BONUS: Don’t Be Widgetless!
  6. Jeff’s Tip: Add and customize the Notes Apps Widget
  7. Brett’s Tip: Add and customize the Files App Widget

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Parker Ortolani: Hands-on with Apple’s gorgeous new Contour watch face

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Dan Moren: iPhone 13 Pro review: This Pro’s got few cons

Slo Mo Guys: iPhone 13 120hz ProMotion display iPhone vs 60hz in slow mo

Jeff’s Post: Only widgets on the iPad

Brett’s iOS Widget Tip: Add the Files App widget and then you can specify which FOLDER you want to view files from under “Location.” You can add “Recents” or Tags, or a folder that you have Favorited. Or at the very bottom you can choose “Pick Folder” but unfortunately you are limited to only folders located “On My iPad” or from iCloud Drive” (although if you Favorite a folder from a cloud-based storage platform you can access that Folder).

Jeff’s iOS Widget Tip: Add and customize the Notes Apps widget on your iPad. I replaced the Siri Suggestion widget that I described earlier this week with the Notes widget.  In fact, I replaced it with two of them.
(1) The medium widget shows the three notes you edited most recently in a specific folder of the Notes app that you can select.
(2) The large widget shows the six notes that you edited mostly recently in a specific folder of the Notes app that you can select — plus it shows (a) when you last modified the note and (b) the first line of the note.
(3) The small widget comes in two flavors.  The Folder version is a shortcut to the single note that you most recently edited in a specific folder that you select.  The Note version is a shortcut to a specific note that you select.  Both have room to show a little of the beginning of the note.

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

Happy 600 to Jeff!
Unleashing the Pro Pro Max Max
Contour Series 7
Slo-Mo BroMotion
BONUS: Don’t Be Widgetless!
Jeff’s Tip: Add and customize the Notes Apps Widget
Brett’s Tip: Add and customize the Files App Widget