The latest In Touch With iOS with Dave and Warren we are joined by guest Holden DePardo. Leaker Jon Prosser reports Apple is working on FaceID while using a mask built in without needing the Apple Watch. There is a iOS permissions list and Jamf put together a paper on this makes you aware of app permissions. Google pays Apple $15B to be default search. Tips on how you send a scan from iPhone or iPad right to your Mac and YouTube premium has a setting so PIP is on when navigating away from the app plus more.
The show notes are at InTouchwithiOS.com
Beta this week. iOS15 Beta 7 was released this week.
Dave has YouTube Premium and it’s so nice not to have to watch all those ads. They finally give you PIP on your iPhone. YouTube Premium Subscribers Can Now Use iOS Picture-in-Picture: Here’s How and you do need to change it in your YouTube settings.
Leaker Jon Prosser reports that Apple is working on a new Face ID that is mask-compatible How cool would that be? We had a listener question on how you do it now: Unlock your iPhone with Apple Watch when you’re wearing a face mask We forget that Apple enabled this in iOS 14 and how important it is to know you need an Apple Watch for this to work.
iOS Permissions were added in iOS 14.5 and Jamf wrote up a great blog post on what Apps ask for in permissions. What are the iOS permissions that your favorite apps don’t need? Jamf knows. Do we all say don’t allow apps to track or give them permissions?
How do you update the Apple Watch? We review the process.
David Ginsburg is an IT professional supporting Mac, iOS and Windows users and his wealth of knowledge of iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch, and Apple TV.
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