The latest In Touch With iOS with Dave and Warren they are joined by Kelly Guimont. We have 4 iOS15 tips including you can now change text size per app. 10 years of Siri. Warren has his iPhone 13 Pro Max. Apple Watch Preorder are we ordering them? iPad Mini 6 we debate ihe difference if the small size is better than the iPad Pro. Plus more.
The show notes are at InTouchwithiOS.com
iOS15.0.1 was released this past week. Apple releases iOS 15.0.1 with ‘Apple Watch Unlock’ fix on iPhone 13 and more
Beta this week. iOS 15.1 Beta 3 was released Apple Seeds Third Betas of iOS and iPadOS 15.1 to Developers
Warren is feeling better now that he finally has his iPhone 13 Pro Max. He gives his first impressions and what stands out with this new model for him.
Warren was considering the iPad Mini 6 and did ordert it his week and he will provide a review once he receives it. We discuss if it’s worth the size difference vs the iPad Pro. We talked about iPad cases and which ones we used. Dave suggested the Zugu case and we talk more on cases ,
Apple Watch pre order ins on 10/08 Apple Watch Series 7 orders start Friday, October 8 Warren is pre ordering the but Dave has Series 6 kelly Series 4 will stay with theres. We discuss the differences and if its worth upgrading.
Here are some iOS15 tips this week,
Custom Text Size Per App
Make sure to add text size to the Control center. Settings > Control Center and add Text size.
To set the text size in each app individually or all apps, open an app like Notes and goto the Control Center open Text Size and you can set the size to the individual app.
Copy Links from a Tab Group
in Safari and paste in Notes and other documents. Open the Tabs groups tap Edit on top left. Tap the ellipse next to the group you want to send and select copy. You can then paste it in an email, document, or wherever you want to send this to. I find notes is a good place to create that list of linked tabs.
Text Selection Magnifier
This feature was removed in iOS14 and now its back. Tap anywhere that text appears in emails, messages, notes, to move your cursor. The magnifier pops up with the cursor to see the text and assists you in placing the cursor in position.
Find Your Turned Off iPhone
In the Settings app, tap your Apple ID banner at the top, then select Find My. Make sure the switches next to Find My iPhone and Find My network are turned on. That way, you’ll be able to find your iPhone in the Find My app under the Devices tab, even if your iPhone has run out of battery or is turned off.
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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