Dave and I revisit our discussion from last week about the AirTags, stalking and Android. We also talk about Apple’s new vice president of communications, and strangely enough, what do you do if you get bitten by a snake.
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If you’ve not played with this before, watch the video and try this for yourself. A pretty amazing (and, IMO underrated) feature.
In a tumultuous era, 1971 would be a year of musical innovation and rebirth. Fueled by the political and cultural upheaval of the time, fresh talent exploded onto the scene, stars reached new heights, and boundaries expanded like never before. Watch 1971: The Year That Music Changed Everything, coming to Apple TV+ on May 21.
This eight-part docuseries will take you back to the birth of the most original artists and songs that we still listen to 50 years later, including never-before-seen footage of The Rolling Stones, Aretha Franklin, Bob Marley, Marvin Gaye, The Who, Joni Mitchell, Lou Reed, and more.
Week from Friday. Definitely on my calendar.
Interestingly, two of the artists highlighted in the series, Carole King and Tina Turner, were just named as Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Inductees this morning.
Here’s the trailer.
If you’re not aware of this part of iOS/iPadOS Accessibility settings, take a minute to watch the video. In a nutshell, turn on Sound Recognition to get a notification when, say, the doorbell rings and you’ve got headphones on.
Note that Sound Recognition disables Hey Siri.
This is a thoughtful exploration of Right to Repair, with a bit of a focus on Apple that widens to look at other companies as well.
Some worth-watching appearances by Louis Rossman and Simone Giertz. Riveting, all the way through.