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In Touch with iOS is a podcast for sharing tips, apps, and gear for iPhone and iPad with related technologies to help you use iOS in fun, productive, and meaningful ways.

May 29, 2017

You can always learn something new whether it be from Apple by way of their new workshops or from our friends all across the globe sharing tips. Full show notes are on our website InTouchwithiOS.com

“Today at Apple” “I tried one of Apple's new free photography classes — here's what I learned” — Business Insider

"Apple's Angela Ahrendts on The New In-Store Experience" — LinkedIn SlideShare

 “How to Shoot on iPhone 7” is a YouTube channel playlist created by Apple with tips on using iPhone camera

"Apple to discontinue iPad mini as device gets squeezed from both ends" — BGR

We have our first listener feedback from Knightwise of knightwise.com regarding our last episode topic of using data and iOS devices while traveling. He shares some great advice for us all.
Knightwise website

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Finer Things in Tech
Tip: iOS 10 Safari: Close All Tabs at Once — David Chartier’s Finer Things in Tech
iOS Tip Close All Tabs in Safari  

"iPhone 101: Deleting numbers in the iOS Calculator app" — engadget
iOS Tip Calculator

"Apple’s new iCloud security requirements: How it affects you and the software you use" — Macworld

WWDC will take place June 5–9 and we recommend you tune in to see all the announcements as it will be streamed live. Look for a new icon on your Apple TV closer to the time.

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