The latest In Touch With iOS with Dave he is joined by guest, Guy Serle, Mike Potter, and Jeff Gamet. The revival of iPad keyboard maker Brydge with new owner, the iPhone’s life-saving SOS feature saves another person, a case involving stolen Apple products, iCloud storage price increase in UK and other countries. Some nostalgia for the first iPhone which went on sale June 29, 2007 16th anniversary., A new Motorola Defi pocket satellite link gadget lets you text messages immediately. The Apple Trade-in plan worked well for Dave with good pricing and a review of experience. Plus tips on what to do before you send in your trade-in out and more.
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Beta this week. 1OS 16.6 Beta 4 was released this week. iOS 17 Beta 2 continues.
The first iPhone went on sale on June 29, 2007. We discuss this anniversary and what the future holds for iPhone.
Lets see what ChatGPT says about this anniversary. This highly anticipated device, developed by Apple Inc., revolutionized the mobile phone industry and set a new standard for smartphones. The release of the original iPhone marked the beginning of a new era in mobile technology, combining a sleek design with a multi-touch interface and introducing the concept of mobile applications. With its groundbreaking features, such as web browsing, email functionality, and a built-in iPod, the iPhone quickly captured the imagination of consumers worldwide. The launch of the first iPhone paved the way for subsequent generations of smartphones, fundamentally changing the way people communicate, access information, and interact with technology.
Is this a new way to use satellite SOS? The Motorola Defy Satellite Link is a keychain sized device that provides Satellite connectivity plus SOS. SOS in the iPhone is only available in emergencies; this can give you connections for text and check-ins.
Apple Trade in guide. Dave bought a new iPhone 14 for a family member and gives his experience.
Macstock 7 is here! Tickets are Sold Out but Virtual Tickets are available.Dave is speaking again at the event along with Jeff Gamet, Brittany Smith, Chuck Joiner, and many others. Please join in all the fun July 22-23, 2023! Speakers Link.
Dave Ginsburg is an IT professional supporting Mac, iOS and Windows users and shares his wealth of knowledge of iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch, Apple TV and related technologies. Visit the YouTube channel https://youtube.com/intouchwithios follow him on Mastadon @daveg65,
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Jeff Gamet is a podcaster, technology blogger, artist, and author. Previously, he was The Mac Observer’s managing editor, and Smile’s TextExpander Evangelist. You can find him on Mastadon @jgamet as well as Twitter and Instagram as @jgamet His YouTube channel https://youtube.com/jgamet
Ben Roethig Former Associate Editor of GeekBeat.TV and host of the Tech Hangout and Deconstruct with Patrice Mac user since the mid 90s. Tech support specialist. Twitter @benroethig Website: https://roethigtech.blogspot.com
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Mike Potter is the organizer of Macstock Conference: and the host of the For Mac Eyes Only Podcast. You can reach him on Mastodon: https://tooting.ninja/@formaceyesonly https://tooting.ninja/@macstockexpo