Apple held a virtual event on September 14, 2021, during which they announced new iPhones, iPads, and an updated Apple Watch. Many of you have likely read about what they covered, but I thought I’d give a quick rundown of what’s new along with some of my thoughts.Continue reading “New Apple Devices”
Apple recently announced new devices and released updates to their various operating systems: iOS, iPadOS, macOS, watchOS, and tvOS. These system updates are not the major system updates we usually get near the end of the year, but a smaller collection of features and tweaks. As with every release, there are also a set of bug fixes and security and privacy updates. Here’s a quick overview of the updates.Continue reading “Apple Updates”
Apple updated its operating systems today, including iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch, and Apple TV. An update for Macs is expected soon. These updates are fairly minor but contain bug fixes and important security improvements. As I’ve written about before, it’s important to stay current with these updates.Continue reading “Apple System Updates”
It’s that time of year when Apple releases new devices and software updates. You’ve probably seen this mentioned in the news quite a bit over the past couple of weeks. Now that the dust has settled (a little), I thought I’d give a quick overview of what’s new and help to answer that all-Important question: should you get a new device.
Computer scams, privacy concerns, and security issues are in the news almost every day. Staying safe and secure online takes a little bit of diligence but it’s worth the effort because the amount of work you’ll have if you are hacked is much, much worse. Previously, I talked about how using strong passwords is one key to staying secure. Another important way to stay secure is to make sure you keep your devices up to date. Luckily, this is easier than it has been in the past.