I’ve done a little how to over on my YouTube channel.
Head over to my YouTube channel.
If you get one of these, do not click on the link. I’ve started to receive spam pretending to be from Epic. Most likely due to the popularity of Fortnite, spammers have found a new way to try to get your details. Be safe out there.
Nice link over at 9to5 so that you can get the Mojave (night one is my favourite) on your devices now.
I’ve started creating video again, head over to my YouTube channel to check out my initial look at iOS 12. Watch on YouTube
As per App updates in iOS 12 you will be able to install software updates automatically. This is off by default, as it should be. I’ll be enabling this in the beta to see what happens.
There’s two native apps missing here, something to measure Nutrition and something to sleep track. I’m hoping we get native sleep tracking in watchOS 5 at WWDC. There are a slew of sleep tracking apps out there but I’ve found none of them to work as I’d expect. Sleep++ is the most accurate that I’veContinue reading “watchOS want: native sleep tracking”
I’m selling a load of old gadgets and the first thing I had to do was reset my Sonos Play 1. Here’s how to reset Turn off your Sonos at the wall Hold down Play/Pause and Volume Up Turn on your Sonos at the wall Keep holding down until you see a red and whiteContinue reading “How to factory reset a Sonos Play 1”
With iOS 11.4 Apple have enabled AirPlay 2 and the ability to pair two HomePods to create multi-room or stereo pairing two of them together. I’m currently strategising on how I can pick up another one (selling Sonos and some old gadgets to fund it) but here is Jason Snells take on the update.
I’ve been asking for third party watch faces on watchOS for the last few years and have come to the conclusion we won’t get them – ever. Apple work closely with brands such as Nike and Disney to create new ones but hasn’t as of yet opened it up wider. Based on this and theContinue reading “Don’t expect third party watch faces anytime soon”