In this episode, James Oates demonstrates the new features in the Mail app for iOS10. He shows us the new unsubscribe feature which allows us to quickly unsubscribe from unwanted mailing lists. He shows us how to arrange messages that appear in a thread, and how to easily navigate through those messages with a new feature that has been added to the rotor. He shows us how to filter mail which is an indispensable feature for those who have a large number of messages. Finally, he shows us how to use the new edit feature on the rotor which appears when composing an email. This allows for some basic formatting, and James shows us how to use this feature to add an email attachment to an outgoing email.
The Apple TV 4th Generation recently received an update to TV OS 10. Joel shows off these updates and demonstrates how easy it is to change settings for Blind, Low Vision and Mobility Impaired users of the Apple TV. Apple has provided a great article on all of these changes through their Apple TV support pages. Sit back, relax and let Siri do the channel surfing tonight.
In this episode, James Oates shows us how to enable Apple Pay for Safari, how to temporarily disable add blockers on a web page, and how to close all Safari tabs at once. He also demonstrates the new media interface for Safari by showing us how to upload photos and videos to Facebook, and by showing us how to record and upload videos to YouTube.
In IOS 10, a new and potentially useful feature known as emergency bypass breaks through do not disturb, meaning that someone can contact you even if it is turned on. This means that a contact no longer has to be in the favourites list to break through the do not disturb filter. Note that this has to be enabled separately for calls and texts. In this podcast, Justin shows us how to activate emergency bypass, and explains how it can be implemented.
In this episode, James Oates demonstrates the Raise to Wake feature in iOS 10. He shows us how it works, and he shows us how to disable it. He also shows us how to turn off the lock screen sound, if We are so inclined.
In this episode, James Oates demonstrates the new voices in iOS10. You definitely want to listen to this because Apple has brought some of the best voices out there to help voice-over users. Sighted users want high resolution displays, and visually impaired users want high quality voices.
the clock app in iOS 10, alone with adding a new 3D Touch shortcut, has added a new feature called “Bed Time.” In this podcast, Justin goes over what this feature is and how to use it.
In this brief episode, James Oates demonstrates the new press home to unlock feature in iOS 10. He then shows us how to disable this feature for those who prefer the previous way of unlocking their iPhone.
One of the biggest VoiceOver additions in iOS 10 is the ability to move applications around the home screen using the rotor. Justin shows us how to keep organized with this handy feature in this podcast, helping him keep his home screen clean in the process.
One of Apple’s major talking points in the new iOS 10 is the revamped messages app, and in this podcast, Justin goes over the new features including digital touch, individual read receipts and more.