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Making the Grade: Why ‘OS Recovery’ will be a key feature for K-12 iOS deployments – 9to5Mac

In the past few weeks, 9to5Mac has broken several stories related to iOS 14 and iPadOS 14. The one that intrigued me the most was the OS Recovery feature. As an iOS IT administrator, this feature will solve many problems in K–12. Here’s why I am excited about the upcoming OS …

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Do You Have COVID-19? New Apple Site, iOS App Help Assess Symptoms – PCMag

Apple can now help you determine whether you should request a coronavirus test.  On Friday, the company released its COVID-19 screening tool, which will ask you questions about any coronavirus-related symptoms you’re feeling, and what to do next.  Apple created the tool in partnership with the CDC, the White House …

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Apple iOS 13.4 Update Tip: How To Share iCloud Folders – International Business Times

KEY POINTS The latest iOS version offers a new iCloud Folder Sharing feature The new feature allows users to share entire folders with one another The new feature allows iPhone users to share entire folders with Mac users as well Apple’s latest iOS version for iPhones, iOS 13.4, introduces a …

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Apple Developer app for iOS updated with multiple video playback speeds and more – 9to5Mac

Apple is rolling out an update to the Apple Developer app for iPhone and iPad that brings a few notable features. This update comes ahead of the forthcoming all online WWDC that Apple has announced for June. The latest version of the Apple Developer application allows you to watch videos …

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T-Mobile adds Apple Pay to its website and iOS app, including 3% cash back for Apple Card – 9to5Mac

T-Mobile has updated its iOS app and website this week to add support for Apple Pay. This means that you can now make purchases and pay your bill using Apple Pay — and secure 3% Apple Card cash back in the process. Apple Pay can be used for one-time payments in …

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Apple updates Safari on iOS and Mac to block third-party cookies – CNET

Safari is blocking third-party cookies.  Angela Lang/CNET Annoyed at how much data companies gather from your web browsing? Apple’s giving Safari on iOS and MacOS an update to help.  Announced by Apple WebKit engineer John Wilander in a blog post on the WebKit site, the move fully blocks third-party cookies, …

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YouTube Music can now show lyrics on its iOS and Android apps – The Verge

YouTube Music users can now read lyrics while listening to a song on the service’s iOS and Android apps, the company announced today. To see lyrics, when you’ve got a song open in the app, just tap the “i” button on the left side of the screen. The lyrics will …

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Best zombie survival games for Android and iOS – PhoneArena

Today we have a more unusual pick for games and you’ve probably already figured out what gave us the inspiration for it. The five games we’ll present you today all have something in common: they’re set in a world where something has gone terribly wrong and zombies and other ungodly …

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How to turn off auto brightness on iPhone in iOS 13 – Business Insider – Business Insider

You can turn off the auto brightness setting in iOS 13 on your iPhone by going to your Accessibility menu. iOS 13’s automatic brightness feature changes an iPhone screen’s light intensity depending on your surroundings, based on the amount of light around you. Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories. …

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Re:Zero – Starting Life in Another World adventure RPG announced for iOS, Android – Gematsu

Sega has announced an adventure RPG adaptation of the popular anime series Re:Zero – Starting Life in Another World for iOS and Android. It is due out in 2020 in Japan. In the game, which is tentatively Re:Zero – Starting Life in Another World, the player can become protagonist Subaru …

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