App Side Loading Is a No and Apple TV Control Center With Guest Dan Wassink

Last week I was asked to be a guest on the In Touch with IOS podcast hosted by David Ginsburg. This was after giving a presentation on the Apple TV to the Suburban Chicago Apple Users Group, which Dave is the President of. In Touch with iOS is Co0hosted by Warren Sklar. This was my debut as a guest on any podcast, so I was a little nervous, but Dave and Warren were very welcoming and after a short bit, I felt comfortable.

We chatted about the following topics:

  • Another person accidentally swallows an AirPod, still works after being ‘retrieved’
  • iCloud Calendar spam continues to impact users, despite Apple’s multiple fixes
  • iPhone 12 Mini Production Reportedly Ended Earlier Than Expected Due to Relatively Low Sales
  • iOS Bug Causes Specific Network Name to Disable Wi-Fi on iPhones
  • Fox Now App No Longer Supports Third-Generation Apple TV
  • YouTube Says iOS Picture-in-Picture Coming to All US Users
  • Apple’s Shazam Music Discovery Service Surpasses 1 Billion Shazams Per Month
  • AppShopper is Shutting Down on June 30, 2021
  • OneDrive for Web Gains Image Editing Tools, Coming to iOS App Soon
  • Apple Releases Revised AirTag Firmware Update

I also talked about accessing the Control Center on the Apple TV, in which I recently added a lesson on, and a new app I am loving… YouTube Ads Auto-Skipper. This app is the best 99¢ I’ve spent in a while on an app. Well worth it!

The latest In Touch With iOS with Dave and Warren We are joined by new guest Dan Wassink from Dan’s Tutorials. Warren had success with his AppleTag after his dog chewed it, As a new guest Dan tells us about all the Apple stuff he owns. Dan also gives us some great tips using the Control Center on Apple TV you may not know about. MultiTasking on the iPad we give some tips and what has changed in iPadOS15 plus more.

You can listen to the podcast online or in your favorite podcast app, don’t forget to subscribe. Dave comes out with a new episode every week. They are about an hour each and are fun to listen to.

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