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In the News blog post for January 28, 2022:
Jeff's Post: iPhone update fixes security flaws (iOS 15.3)
Chance Miller: Here’s everything new in the first betas of iOS 15.4 and iPadOS 15.4
Jeff’s Review: On/Go at-Home COVID-19 Rapid Antigen Self-Test -- let your iPhone help you test for COVID
Ed Hardy: 12 reasons to love the iPad on its 12th birthday
Killian Bell: How to blur out your home in Apple Maps and Google Maps
Quinn Myers: The Inside Story Of iBeer, the Underdog Beer App That Made Millions
Apps in Law Podcast #23: The Future of Digital Note-Taking with Jeff Richardson and GoodNotes
Brett’s iTip: Don’t Forget About Scribble on your iPad! Usually I either type notes or handwrite, but I never intend for my handwriting to convert into editable text which is why Scribble is such a great option. You can try it out by first going to Settings - Apple Pencil. You can really see the Scribble feature shine in the iOS Notes app - just bring up the Pencil toolbar by tapping the pencil with a circle around it, and then tap the “Handwriting” pen (it has a capital A on it). Now just start handwriting one letter at a time and watch the magic. You can also circle a text word with the Apple Pencil to select it. You can delete a text word by scribbling it out. You can tap and hold with the Apple Pencil to create some space to start handwriting more. I DO wish it was supported in more apps - I regularly use Notability when I handwrite notes which has its own full set of features.
Jeff’s iTip: Consider using GoodNotes for annotating documents instead of a traditional PDF app such as PDF Expert.
Advantages of GoodNotes:
Disadvantages / why PDF Expert is better:
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