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Tip - Photos on iOS

Date: 5th November 2019

Duration: 08:20

Show ref: SCOM0888

iOS 13 and iPadOS 13 have brought many new features to the Photos app. In this tip video, Don takes a look at navigation, organisation, search, and gives an overview of the various editing controls.

iOS 13 Deeper Dive

Date: 4th October 2019

Duration: 27:05

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There are so many new features in iOS and iPadOS 13 that we needed a second show to dive deeper and show you more of the essentials.

In this episode, Rosemary shows you some of the new features in core applications, including operating system changes, to allow us to use our devices more effectively and efficiently with all that iOS 13 and iPadOS 13 has to offer.

First Look at iOS 13 & iPadOS Preview

Date: 19th September 2019

Duration: 38:45

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For the first time, the iPhone and the iPad each have their own version of iOS: iOS 13 and the brand new iPadOS.

In this episode, Don takes a first look at these operating systems and highlights some of the new and changed features across both devices.

In the upcoming months, we will take a look at many more new features for both iOS and iPadOS

Tip - Scan QR Codes Using iPhone

Date: 28th May 2019

Duration: 05:12

Show ref: SCOM0842

You've probably seen QR code readers at the top of the App Store before. But with iOS 11 and above, you already have the ability to read these codes, no third-party app required.

This week, Mike shows you how to scan QR codes using your iOS device. You learn how to open up your camera ready to scan using 3D Touch, and also take a look at a few examples of what's possible with QR codes.

Sending large attachments via email can be troublesome and invariably requires third-party services or applications. However, with Mail Drop and Apple Mail, the complexities are swept away and it's never been easier to send large files. Even better, it's built into macOS and iOS.

With a generous limit of 5GB per email, you can send huge files to any recipient. Files transferred via Mail Drop are available to download for 30 days, and you can transfer up to 1TB of data in that 30-day period, without impacting on your iCloud storage.

In this tip video, Don takes you through configuring and using Mail Drop on macOS, iOS, and iCloud.com.

Even though you can save articles in your Safari Reading List, sometimes it's just not possible to read them based on your situation. However, if you can't read them, why not listen to them?

In this tip video, Don demonstrates how to use the built-in Speak Screen feature in iOS 12 to read your articles back to you with the least friction.

He also takes a look at how you can apply the same techniques to have the articles in the ScreenCastsOnline Monthly magazine read back to you!

Tip - Travel Shortcuts

Date: 5th February 2019

Duration: 08:29

Show ref: SCOM0810

One of the problems with Shortcuts on iOS is finding a use for them!

This week's tip video demonstrates some real-life examples that Don used on a recent holiday. If you've ever cruised, you know just how expensive Internet access can be, and what a palaver it is, switching Wi-Fi on and off, accessing the ship's webpage and messing about with Mobile Data settings.

Why not create some shortcuts and add them to your Today View as Widgets? Or even trigger them using Siri?

This tip video explains all...

Tip - Voice Memos on Mac & iOS

Date: 22nd January 2019

Duration: 08:56

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A quick and easy way to create voice memos or any audio recordings and have them sync across your iPad, iPhone, and Mac.

Voice Memos has had a full redesign and is now available on all of your devices (except Apple Watch!).

Tip - iCloud Content Caching

Date: 8th January 2019

Duration: 06:47

Show ref: SCOM0802

With the plethora of iOS and Mac devices in the average Apple home, the frequency and size of app installs and updates can make a significant dent in your internet bandwidth. Add in the amount of iCloud data that now needs to be synced with all your devices and the amount of internet-based traffic increases considerably.

With just a few clicks, you can switch on Content Caching and use your Mac as a staging post for all your shared content and iCloud data to reduce bandwidth usage and speed up installation on supported devices.

In this tip video, Don demonstrates just how easy it is to set up Content Caching on your Mac.

Tip - Fonts on iOS - AnyFont

Date: 11th December 2018

Duration: 07:24

Show ref: SCOM0794

Following on from our recent tip show on installing and managing fonts on macOS, this week we turn our attention to font management on iOS.

Although external font support is not built into iOS 12, it is possible to install external fonts using an app such as AnyFont.

AnyFont allows you to install external fonts as configuration profiles so all of your applications can use them. This is perfect for creating and editing documents across platforms, by having access to the fonts on your iPad and iPhone that are also installed on your Mac.

In this tip video Don demonstrates how to convert font files into configuration profiles using AnyFont.

Tip - iOS 12 - Battery Health & Settings

Date: 13th November 2018

Duration: 08:18

Show ref: SCOM0786

Battery health is critical when dealing with mobile devices such as iPhone and iPad.

With the introduction of iOS 12, Apple now delivers a wealth of information about your battery's health, its charging history and how the applications you use affect your battery consumption.

In this tip video, I take a look at the new charts and lists available to help you keep on top of your battery usage.

Tip - iOS 12 - Full Screen & Split View

Date: 6th November 2018

Duration: 05:38

Show ref: SCOM0784

With the limited screen real estate on the iPad, you can use Split View to arrange two applications on the screen at the same time - providing they offer support for Split View.

In this episode, Don shows you how to make the best use of split view when working with your iPad, including several tips using Safari and Split View.

Tip - Enhancements to iPhone Camera

Date: 23rd October 2018

Duration: 08:18

Show ref: SCOM0780

With respect to the Camera application, most of the changes in iOS 12 are under the hood, while iPhone XS and XS Max bring in some new features.

In this tip video, I revisit the Camera app using the iPhone XS Max by doing a refresher on some old features, as well as taking a look at the new ones.

Tip - Books on macOS & iOS 12

Date: 9th October 2018

Duration: 09:44

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iBooks is now Books and has had a complete revamp.

The changes are more pronounced on iOS 12 with new "Reading Now" and "Want to Read" sections.

This week I take you on a tour of Books on both macOS and iOS.

Tip - iOS 12 - Stocks App

Date: 2nd October 2018

Duration: 07:50

Show ref: SCOM0774

Following on from our recent iOS 12 release show, I go over the revamped Stocks app, now available on iPad as well as iPhone.

Tip - iOS 12 - Security & Privacy

Date: 27th September 2018

Duration: 11:32

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Following on from our recent iOS 12 release show, I cover some of the improvements and additions to Security & Privacy in iOS 12.

iOS 12 - Release Show

Date: 17th September 2018

Duration: 40:07

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iOS 12 is Apple`s newest OS for the iPad and iPhone. Scheduled for release on September 17 2018 - iOS 12 brings increased performance across the board, along with some updates to existing features and some brand new ones.

In this tutorial, Don takes you through some of the obvious and not so obvious changes in iOS.

Tip - Screenshots on iOS

Date: 14th August 2018

Duration: 07:22

Show ref: SCOM0760

Taking screenshots on iOS devices is a snap in iOS 11. There are also some handy annotation features to mark up your screenshots and share them with people. You can also discard screenshots easily if you don't want to keep them indefinitely.

If you do wish to save them, the Photos app stores them in a special Screenshots album for easy retrieval. You can even take screenshots from Apple Watch and they sync automatically to your iPhone and iPad via the iCloud Photo Library, and can also be marked up or shared via the Photos app.

I cover all this and more in this week's tip.

Tip - Live Photos Effects

Date: 31st July 2018

Duration: 04:22

Show ref: SCOM0756

Live Photos are a great addition to the iPhone and you can further transform them using one of three effects: Loop, Bounce and Long Exposure.

I love using the Long Exposure effect on any running water or fountains. It makes a huge difference on your photos, without the need for specialist photo equipment or in-depth technical knowledge.

However, when out and about recently, I had a brain freeze and couldn't remember how to access the Live Photo effects - not everything in iOS is as discoverable as it should be. So I thought it would be a great topic for a refresher tip video!

Tip - AirDrop 101

Date: 17th July 2018

Duration: 08:26

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AirDrop is a safe and secure way to transfer files between Apple devices. It requires virtually zero configuration and only needs Bluetooth and WiFi to create an encrypted connection between devices. However, there are some precautions you need to take to ensure you remain in control of AirDrop.

In this tip video, I take a look at setting-up and using AirDrop on both the Mac and iOS.