In the News

25: 3 Dots and a 20 Year Old iPod

October 29, 2021
In the News
25: 3 Dots and a 20 Year Old iPod
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Watch the video!
https://youtu.be/MutvkYOEoik

In the News blog post for October 29, 2021:
https://www.iphonejd.com/iphone_jd/2021/10/in-the-news601.html

  1. Sharing a .1 Update
  2. iPod Birthday!
  3. 3 Cheers (Ears) for AirPods 3
  4. BONUS #1: Three dots and a shelf
  5. BONUS #2: The curve on the Apple Watch
  6. Brett’s “Time Waster” Tip: Memoji Master!
  7. Jeff’s iOS Notes Tip: Share and Collaborate in Notes

Chance Miller: iOS 15.1 is rolling out to iPhone users today, here’s what’s new

Parker Ortolani: Here are some of the best SharePlay apps for iOS 15.1 and iPadOS 15.1

Dan Moren: Twenty years ago, the iPod paved the way for Apple’s success

Weekend Update: Tina Fey (with Fred Armisen as Steve Jobs)

Chris Welch: Apple AirPods (Third-Gen) Review: New Design, Same Appeal

Brian Heater: Apple AirPods 3 review: Blurring the line

Jeff’s Post: Three dots and a shelf

Scott Stein: How Apple's larger-screen Apple Watch is opening up new ideas

Brett’s “Time Waster” Tip: It’s time to create your Memoji! (You’ll thank me later … after you realized you spent 2 hours customizing your Memoji! It’s SO FUN!) To create your Memoji, you can go into your iMessages app, or even go into your Contacts and change pictures (or your own picture). Tap the + button and customize away! Your Memoji automatically become sticker packs that live in your keyboard and you can use them in Messages, Mail, and some third-party apps. Also new Memoji customizations in iOS 15

Jeff’s iOS Notes Tip: View activity in a shared note in the Notes app.
In an open shared note, to see who made changes, what they changed, and when they did so:
1. Swipe to the right; or
2. At the top of the screen, tap the icon of a person with a plus sign and then tap Show Highlights

How do you share a note?
1. When you are looking at the note, tap the top right icon (circle with three dots) then select Share Note; or
2. When looking at a list of notes, swipe right-to-left across a note to see the Share Note icon
3. Before you share the note, you can tap on Share Options to decide if the person can make changes or view only, and whether the person can add other people to the note.

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

Sharing a .1 Update
iPod Birthday!
3 Cheers (Ears) for AirPods 3
BONUS #1: Three dots and a shelf
BONUS #2: The curve on the Apple Watch
Brett’s “Time Waster” Tip: Memoji Master!
Jeff’s iOS Notes Tip: Share and Collaborate in Notes