Ready to take a look at iOS 12? To discover some of the security, safety, and productivity features hiding inside Apple's brand new software update?
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In this video, we take a look at Screen Time, some of the updated control center options and much more.
In this video:
- 1:33 iOS 12 Demo
- 1:33 SOS
- 2:54 Customizable control center
- 8:38 Organizing your control center
- 10:10 Screen time
- 12:22 Password management
- 14:50 Wrap up
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THANKS for another GREAT video on an important topic ... Speaking of vintage phones - I'm using a 7+ and my wife is still using a 6+ ... Great IOS 12 tips ... and looking forward to future videos ... (btw: your videos are exceedingly helpful for so many --- it's kinda like the pebble in the pond; the waves reach out touch many shores) ... TU
After watching your video on the IOS-12 upgrade, we went and purchased airpods specifically to use the new "hearing assistant" feature. We tried them out last night at a dinner with friends but got an echo while listening to the discussions. It was like being in an echo chamber. Have you experienced this? We are using a SE iPhone. I will start a web search for this issue but I am wondering if you experienced this. Like your channel.
I was on the phone today to 2 Apple customer support people and then got a call from one from Engineering. It's being passed up to yet another person. They want a couple days to research this and I have an appointment to speak to them Wednesday evening. I asked them to see if they can reproduce the issue. I will let you know what I find out.
After watching this video I downloaded and installed iOS 12. I usually don't update my iPhone until after the first bug fix is published. There seems to always be a few bugs that can cause problems so I wait. You convinced me not to wait so now the onus is on you. 🤣 Just kidding.
A great overview. I just wish screentime allowed you to ignore certain apps. I use the nightstand clock overnight which is being recorded as productivity time when I am actually asleep for the most of it. The stats would be great if they wee not being thrown off by this.
Hearing won't work with standard wired earbuds?
One thing I don't like about iOS 12 is that, while the Bluetooth can be turned on in the Control Center, it can't be fully turned off. You might think you are turning it off, it doesn't tell you otherwise, and it will switch itself back on later. To really turn it off, you have to go to Settings.
Also, I can no longer change my email's from address when sending with the iPhone's Gmail app. I think this changed with a previous iOS upgrade. I have my own domain, but manage my mail in Gmail. Gmail fetches the mail from my web host. When sending, I used to be able to override my Gmail address with my own domain address. No more. I can still do this on my computer through a browser; I can even do it from my iPhone's browser, but no longer from the iPhone's Gmail app.
I didn't realize that this video was aimed at the iPhone. I don't have one so my interest is geared towards info on the 2018 iPad. I am pretty new to the iOS eco system so I really need help with the other devices, not the phone which I will never purchase.
Regarding the password: if my iPhone is stolen, it’s easy to overcome the 4-6 digits of the phones’ password, and than all lastpass codes are activated, as you had shown. I’m really disturbed by that. Anyway, waiting to the shortcuts tutorial. Thank you. Amir, Israel
Does anyone read the TOS, not just from the phone provider concerning the sim card, but from apple themselves with each mobile OS update as they add in features (some visible and some hidden) ?
How about when someone leaked info claiming facebook was in the works of trying to get multiple hospitals to release your data to them ... and now we find out it was google that did it and succeeded as they created an AI to predict someone's death more accurately than the doctors. It was most likely someone from google who first claimed it was facebook just to take the eyes off of them.
Apple is doing the same type of data storing by having you openly give them your medical info, medical contacts, recording your medical calls. Apple can't get into legal trouble for using it because by you entering that info into your phone on their software you are agreeing to doing it willingly and share that info with apple, and phone provider via your sim card.
Microsoft does it with windows 10, facebook does it, so does twitter, google, yahoo, and apple absolutely does it also.
We must also include every smart tv manufacturer who attempts to force you to connect the tv to the internet so they can also gather data on you. I on the other hand have opened our tv's and cut the wires to the wifi card, even on my new 86" I un-soldered it from the board. I also have not updated my iphone 6s since original purchase, and I leave it on power saver mode all the time. (6 is the last with headphone jack so I won't upgrade).
They all gather and store your info, and then share it with 3rd parties that are connected to them (eg: google will share with youtube, facebook will share with instagram, etc.) or they will sell your information for financial and/or political gain.
The server recycling laws are a scam orchestrated by government officials and tech companies to give a false sense of security to the public.
The problem is not that Facebook and Google are the only advertising platforms. The problem is that they are considered mainstream media and without these two, the trend of cryptocurrencies gaining legitimacy is delayed. That is right, I said delayed not blocked or prevented.
The World Has Changed.
Five years ago, when bitcoin was unknown to most people, this might have been a fatal move. Today is a different story. I recently traveled to a remote mountain town in the interior of Mexico. Everyone I met had heard about Bitcoin and eyes lit up with excitement when I ask if I could pay for lunch with bitcoin.
Today are dozens of websites dedicated to cryptocurrencies, either holding them, exchanging them or just writing about them. Probably the most effective advertising remains on Google, it is called Google Search and it is free.
If someone wants to learn about owning bitcoin or any other currency, there is a ton of educational information.
The Flipside Is Being Ignored.
Not All Regulation Is Inherently Bad.
If we examine the full spectrum of regulation to this point on a global scale there is one common target most everywhere. That is the practice of exchanges. So far there has been little or not regulation, threatened or enacted, to protect investors from loss of funds due to security breaches.
Capitulation Is A Good Sign.