Jun 26, 2017
So many acronyms, so little time yet we manage to discuss many in one episode. First there was WWDC then news from the FTC followed by a PSA about VPN on your iOS and don’t forget about 2FA! Full show notes are on our website InTouchwithiOS.com
"Chicago's New Apple Store Looks Like a Giant Laptop" by David Matthews of DNA Info
We briefly review some more thoughts on WWDC and Dave already has iOS 11 beta installed on his iPhone SE ready to play. He can’t wait to tell us about customizing Control Center plus a new built-in video screen capturing feature! Beta 2 was released.
Another cool new feature is activity sharing in Messages has
been updated to show the actual achievement accomplished when a
friend cheers you on using Apple Watch.
"What’s new in iOS 11 beta 2? Hands-on with 25+ features and changes [Video]" — 9 to 5 Mac
VPN PSA “How to choose the best VPN service for iPhone and iPad" — 9 to 5 Mac|
“A VPN can stop internet companies from selling your data — but it’s not a magic bullet” — The Verge
“How to Make $80,000 Per Month on the Apple App Store” — Medium
“Apple Removing Hundreds of Thousands of ‘Problematic’ Apps From the App Store” — The Mac Observer
We wanted to share links to Betty White’s 2 Factor Authentication video series, but unfortunately they were taken down by YouTube.
Melissa shares some traveling tips for getting the most out of your iOS devices while on the road with family.
Anker battery packs are good.
Anker PowerCore+ Portable Charger
Planet of the Apps — requires an Apple Music subscription to watch.
iMazing Mini Free iPhone & iPad
backup without iTunes
Join us at Macstock 2017! This is the third annual Macstock where Dave and Melissa will both be giving presentations. Don’t miss it! Use Macstock 2017 Coupon Code: intouchwithios for $30.00 OFF your ticket.
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