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Upcoming Updates | WWDC 2021 Playlist

Yesterday Apple announced their latest updates to iOS, AirPods, iPadOS, watchOS, & macOS. In addition to updates to home, privacy, and iCloud Subscriptions. Here’s everyhting that’s new and my thoughts.

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Continuity of the Apple Ecosystem (Part 1)

Our Apple devices talk to each other in incredible ways. You can start on one device, like your iPhone, and easily transition to a different device, like your Mac. So here are some of the continuity features that connect your Apple devices.

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Apple’s Alexa & Why It Matters (What is HomeKit?)

I’m sure you’ve met Amazon’s Alexa and know of Google’s Assistant. But, if you’re invested in the Apple ecosystem, you should meet HomeKit, Apple’s smart home ecosystem. Here’s everything you need to know!

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What makes Fitness+ Different

Fitness+ is Apple’s latest subscription service and the first one I’m interested in because it brings something new and unique to the table that only Apple could do.

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Apple Guide Talks: Ep. 6 – Quick Look at Fitness+ & Apple Watch Series 3

Join us this week as we take a look at Fitness+, Apple’s latest subscription service, and see well the 2017 Apple Watch Series 3 works in 2020.

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Apple One: Is lt Worth It?

Apple One, a bundle of multiple Apple services into one monthly subscription. It may sound like a good idea. But is it?

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Single Sign-in

When you use a tv network app you need to sign in with your cable provider by going to a website, typing in a code, then finally sign in with your provider and you may have to do this often which can be a pain. Instead, use Apple’s single sign in and never have to worry about those steps again. Sign in once and go.