In this episode of the Apple @ Work podcast, Bradley is joined by Jeremy Butcher from Apple to talk about all things Apple device management, including declarative device management, Erase All Content and Settings on macOS, and much more.
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Everything New With Siri in iOS 15: On-Device Processing, Offline Support, Sharing, Improved Context and MoreThere are some major improvements to Siri in iOS 15, with Apple introducing features that iPhone users have long asked for. On devices with an A12 chip or later, Siri can do on-device processing and there's support for offline requests.
This guide highlights all of the new Siri features that are available in iOS (and iPadOS) 15.On-Device Speech Processing and Personalization
Starting in iOS 15, speech processing and personalization are done on-device. This mak
Steve Jobs’ signed application auction starts with orig. document vs NFT twist [U: Orig. fetches $343k]We’ve seen Steve Jobs’ 1973 job application go for sale multiple times over the last few years, most recently this past March for over $200,000. Now the autographed memorabilia is up for auction again but this time with a twist. There’s an NFT version for sale at the same time as the physical document to see which one nets more.
Update 7/28: The auction face-off has ended with the original document selling for a new record of $343,000, about 12 times more than the NFT version.
- With Apple not including a power adapter with all the new iPhone 12 models, here's a look at several chargers that will juice up any iPhone extra-fast.
- Major organizations and educators in Australia are embracing Swift, the programming language pioneered by Apple upon which some of the…
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- Satechi launched its Aluminum Stand and Hub for iPad Pro/Air last month with a foldable design that brings 6 ports, integrated USB-C cable connector, and features like 4K output at 60Hz and 60W power. We’ve been testing out this handy iPad accessory that also works with MacBooks for a few weeks, read on for our full review.more…
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- But the memes will live on.
- The social media app is taking a spin on features from Yelp and Google Maps.
- The social network also says it expects that a new privacy feature from Apple will have a greater impact in the third quarter.
- Apple on Wednesday announced a new partnership with TAFE Queensland, one of Australia’s most popular training providers and the largest in the state of Queensland. Together, Apple and TAFE will offer development classes using the Swift programming language.more…
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- Apple plans to restore the requirement to wear masks at most of its U.S. Apple Retail Stores on Thursday for both customers and staff, even…
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- The Defender-only Challenge series will be open to racing veterans and newbies alike.
- It’s still early, but once you need to replace your AirTag battery, you’ll need to avoid bitter coating batteries, according to Apple’s support page.more…
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- The Men in Black star plays Richard Williams, who drew up a 78-page plan for his daughters' success before they were even born.
- Apple is officially reinstating its mask requirement at most of its retail stores in the United States. According to a report from Bloomberg, Apple has sent a memo to retail employees informing them that masks will be required for shoppers and employees beginning tomorrow, July 29, regardless of vaccination status.more…
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- Customers who visit U.S. Apple Stores will once again be required to wear masks at most retail locations, reports Bloomberg.
Apple dropped its mask requirement for vaccinated customers and employees back in June, but earlier this month, Apple began requiring employees in select regions to wear masks and encouraged other employees to do so.Now both customers and employees in areas where the COVID-19 virus is prevalent will need to wear masks when inside an Apple retail location, and this also per
- A couple major mortgage rates went up today. Find out what this means if you're in the market for a new home loan.
- This season's spectacle of shooting stars is just getting started.
- Since last year, Google has been continually updating its iPhone and iPad apps with homescreen widgets. Google Maps is now the latest with version 5.74 seeing a pair of useful iOS widgets.more…
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- You can find out why your data would be collected before downloading.
- "This change eliminates an enormous burden on researchers, emotionally and administratively, to correct the record."
- The president said he's angling to create good jobs with increased demand for homegrown manufacturing.
- For CNET's I'm So Obsessed podcast, the actor talks about reimagining Diahann Carroll's role in the '80s prime time soap and about the progress women of color have made in Hollywood.
- Apple's fiscal Q321 (June quarter) report provided continuing evidence that its in the midst of a multi-year iPhone supercycle as the huge…
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- The popular iPad video editor LumaFusion just got a major update with version 3.0. Keep reading to find everything new with the app, including video stabilization, external drive editing, and more.more…
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- Nintendo today announced that it is sunsetting Dr. Mario World for iOS, a game that launched just two years ago. According to Nintendo, service for Dr. Mario World is set to end on Monday, November 1.
As of today, diamonds, the game's in-app currency, are no longer available for purchase. Starting on November 1, Nintendo says an end-of-service notification will be displayed and the game will not be playable.
Players will be able to look back at their player history in "Dr. Mario World Memories,"
- "I would get in a rocket ship, go up into space and, like, you know, go check out a few things," Jeff Bezos told Charlie Rose two decades ago.
- A group called The Real Facebook Oversight Board is protesting the spread of disinformation on the social network.
- Since AirTags were just released earlier this year and are expected to have a year-long battery life, it may be some time yet before AirTag users need a replacement battery, but when the time comes for a refresh, Apple is warning customers not to buy batteries with a bitter coating.
AirTags use coin-shaped CR2032 batteries, which happen to be a size that's easy to swallow. Some battery makers like Duracell have begun putting a bitter coating on CR2032 batteries to prevent children fr
- According to code discovered in the Oculus iOS app, Facebook is exploring the idea of allowing users to synchronize workout data from Oculus…
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- Apple has not decided whether or not it will require vaccines for corporate employees that return to work this October, according to CNBC's Josh Lipton.
Cook reportedly told Lipton that Apple is primarily focusing on when to have employees return, but the company is "monitoring things daily" to determine whether a vaccination requirement "is the right answer or not."[email protected]_cook spoke w/ me yesterday about this same issue at @Apple:“…our main focus right now is on when to come back&he
- Most of Apple's iPhones already have the face scanner. Is it time for the iPhone SE to get the upgrade? Here's what we know about the affordable iPhone's rumored release date and specs so far.
- The change comes as the highly contagious Delta variant of the COVID-19 virus spreads across the world.
- The change comes as the highly contagious Delta variant of the COVID-19 virus spreads across the world.
- Following the breaking news that Google will require employees returning to its offices in October to get the COVID vaccine, Tim Cook has shared that the company is continuing to “monitor things daily” before deciding if that’s “the right answer or not.”more…
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- Past and present employees continue to "stand up for change" in response to Kotick's statement.
- The ISS said goodbye to the Russian Pirs module and sent it off to turn into a streaking fireball.
- Just one day after seeding the fourth macOS Monterey beta to developers, the latest build is now available for public beta testers. Apple at first said Universal Control was enabled in the release notes but then removed it. However, Apple has turned on Live Text support for Intel Macs in the new Monterey beta.more…
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- Apple today seeded the third public beta of the macOS 12 Monterey beta to public beta testers, allowing non-developers to test the new macOS Monterey software ahead of its public release. The third beta comes two weeks after Apple released the second macOS Monterey public beta.
Public beta testers can download the macOS 12 Monterey update from the Software Update section of the System Preferences app after installing the proper profile from Apple's beta software website.macOS Monterey&zwnj
- Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. (TSMC) has received final approval from the taiwanese government to build a 2nm chip plant…
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- Apple today seeded the third betas of iOS and iPadOS 15 to public beta testers, allowing non-developers to download and test the new updates ahead of their fall release. The third public betas come two weeks after Apple released the second public betas.
Public beta testers who have signed up for Apple's beta testing program can download the iOS and iPadOS 15 updates over the air after installing the proper certificate from the Public Beta website.iOS 15 is adds new features for FaceT
- We may not know the exact specs for the iPhone 13 until September. In the meantime, here's how gossip about the new iPhone's price, features and more measure up to the iPhone 12.
- Grab one of these quirky new consoles early, and make sure you've got one to enjoy on launch day.
- One day after releasing it to developers, Apple today is releasing the latest iOS 15 beta for public beta testers. Apple refers to this as iOS 15 public beta 4 and it includes a handful of notable changes, such as Safari design changes, new Podcasts widgets, and more. more…
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- The gorgeous sedan will be joined by a Q6 E-Tron crossover next year, too.
- A twin-turbo V8 with no roof? Sounds great.
- Google today updated its Google Maps app for the iPhone to add support for widgets that can be added both to the Today View and the Home Screen.
There are two separate widget options. The first allows users to check traffic conditions, store opening times, restaurant reviews, and more for a given location, while the second is designed to let users find places that are nearby like restaurants, gas stations, and grocery stores.The widget can be used to get quick access to home directions as well,
- The change came in on Tuesday.
- If you want something that's good on gas and isn't an SUV or crossover, this list should point you in the right direction.
- You can save up to $100 at Amazon on both 11- and 12.9-inch iPad Pro models based Apple's new M1 chip. The lower-cost and still highly capable iPad Air is also heavily discounted.
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