Nov 20, 2017
Dave has an iPhone X and more iOS updates have been released. Melissa wants to know just how stealthy is an iPhone X? Dave demonstrates Animoji and hilarity ensues. It’s soon time for Thanksgiving in the US and that means lots of food followed by lots of shopping. We list apps and websites to check for scoping out the best deals on iOS gear and app sales.
It just wouldn’t have been a successful iPhone X launch if Dave had not obtained one for himself on 11/03 so he gives us a full review on how it was purchased and set up. He discusses his change of heart from the iPhone 8 Plus and explains how it does take a little time getting used to no home button and swiping up to close apps. Melissa has lots of questions about the new gestures and the stealthiness of iPhone X as they discuss Face ID vs Touch ID and many other features and comparisons between the two iPhone models.
• Apple pushes HomePod release to early 2018 — TechCrunch
• “iPad Pro — What’s a computer?” — Apple
What deals are we hoping to find for Black Friday and Cyber Monday?
• Apple Store app sometimes has deals and give-aways so scroll all the way to the bottom of the Discover area to check them out
• App Store app will likely showcase lots of deals on apps – both reduced pricing and free so be sure to scope out the App Store after eating that big plate of food
• We like checking Amazon for deals on iOS gear
• Square Trade might offer deals on their device insurance plans that may compete with Apple’s AppleCare+
• Target has an app to help you
scout out their deals on Apple gear
You may also want to check out their Daily App Advice app.
AppZapp Notify helps you find
both iOS and Mac apps that have gone on sale or have been
Check out apps shared by Melissa by viewing her AppShopper user page.
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