Apple products continue to be in the news, and the NCRA Technology Committee shared a number of links on the latest information on upcoming releases as well as tips for getting the most out of your current system.
A public beta release of Apple’s iOS 11 release came out last week, and early adopters are testing it out. Teresa Russ, CRI, shared an article from Apple that gives you the rundown of what to expect. The article covers a few of the features, such as a new Advanced Apple Maps and the “Do Not Disturb” mode for driving, as well as a complete list of computer compatibility. A final version is expected to roll out this fall.
On a more practical note, Russ also shared a how-to for scanning documents using the Notes App in iOS 11.
If you’re a Mac user, like Lisa Knight, FAPR, RDR, CRR, you have many choices for apps. An article by MacWorld.com listed 25 free apps, with suggestions like Audacity, an app that boosts efficiency using hotkeys and keywords, and Wunderlist, an app that allows you to share your to-do list across almost any system.
If you just need to keep up with the nomenclature for iPhones, iDropNews offered an overview of how Apple has been naming their smartphones and gave some clues for what to expect down the line.