Aug 11, 2016
Dave and Melissa discuss some new hardware, software updates, security, and workflows. Listen to find out more about interesting use cases for the apps and services they recommend. Do you like meatloaf? Full show notes are on our website InTouchwithiOS.com
Melissa discusses developing workflows, challenges and tips for using Apple TVs with projectors in an education environment connected to an enterprise network.
Dave reviews iOS 10.0 beta
Melissa and Dave discuss Social Engineering and what to look for along with some good advice for avoiding scams.
“This Is What Apple Should Tell You When You Lose Your iPhone” — Hackernoon
“Don't Let Your iPhone Spill The Beans” — TheMacMommy
Melissa uses Siri a lot. It even plays “Bad Cop” in parenting scenarios.
Grocery Gadget is something the whole family can use in both practical and not-so-practical ways. It’s free with $1.49 IAP subscription fee to remove ads
iAllowance (Allowances, Chore Charts & Rewards) Cost: free with limitations or $5.99 full version
“Advanced Chore Charting: iAllowance App Review” via TheMacMommy
Melissa wants to find a better way to get video files off her iPhone and onto a teacher’s PC when she volunteers at school for recording projects. Is the iXpand Flash Drive the right tool for the job?
Better sleep with SleepPhones wired or wireless — our critiques and wishes
Dave talks about his Apple Store experience in getting his wife’s replacement iPhone case which comes with a one-year warranty.
We discuss how to get the best value from Apple's iCloud service in our homes for our family members. Dave recommends purchasing iTunes Gift Cards when they go on sale. Melissa’s uses the iAllowance app to manage iTunes Gift Card balances among family members.
Did you know you can send iTunes
Gift Cards by Email?
• Meta: ITWIOS 002 Easy Bake iPhone was recorded August 9, 2016. This episode was sponsored in part by meatloaf. In Touch with iOS is an independently produced podcast, publication and social identity and has not been authorized, sponsored, or otherwise approved by Apple Inc. iOS is a trademark or registered trademark of Cisco in the U.S. All other Apple Inc. trademarks discussed are property of Apple Inc. A full list of Apple trademarks is available here.