The latest In Touch With iOS with Dave and Warren. NFC tags and setting up with iPhone and Tesla. App privacy is coming are you ready to see popups. iOS14 has a 90% adoption rate. Find my and 3rd party devices are now available . Plus camera app tricks taking burst and video in 1 step. New iPad pro rumors and will there be a new iPad Mini. How do you find the hidden code scanner.
The show notes are at InTouchwithiOS.com
Apple Announces Find My Network With Support for Third-Party Devices Find My’s New Third-Party Accessory Support Works With iOS 14.3 and Later Third-Party Accessory Makers Can Access U1 Chip in iPhones for Find My
T-Mobile Launches Unlimited 5G Home Internet for $60/Month Plus new trade in plans for iPhone 11.
Beta this week. iOS 14.5 Beta 7 is still continuing Apple Seeds Seventh Betas of iOS 14.5 and iPadOS 14.5 to Developers [Update: Public Beta Available] Apple Seeds Seventh Beta of watchOS 7.4 to Developers Apple Seeds Seventh Beta of tvOS 14.5 to Developers [Update: Public Beta Available]
When will iOS 14.5 finally be released? We talk about the new app privacy tracking that seems to be holding things up. iPhone Apps Asking to Track You? Answers to Your iOS 14.5 Privacy Questions
iPad rumors we discuss what is potentially going to be released. Leaked Dummy Units Show iPad Mini 6 With Thick Bezels and Home Button, New iPad Pro Models
Warren bought some NFC tags to use in his Tesla via the iPhone and he reviews his experience and we explain what NFC tags can do for you.
Camera tricks. In iOS 14 Apple changed the camera app where you were able to press and hold the shutter button to take burst shots. Launch the camera app, swipe (do not press) the shutter button to the left and hold and it will take burst shots as many as you want. You can also start a video from the shutter button. Launch the camera app position the iPhone in landscape mode a must for videos and swipe (do not press) the shutter button up or down (or right in portrait position) depending on its position and it records video. Swipe the shutter back and it stops.
Find the Code Reader App. You can search on home screen for it or you can add it to the control center.
Your Host Dave Ginsburg is an IT Professional With over 22 years experience working with Mac and Windows as well as iOS devices. He is also President of The Suburban Chicago Apple Users Group
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