One more thing… Do not disturb mode on HomePod, iPad apps on Mac, and what’s new in iOS 14.4
We started the week with the launch of new versions of iOS and iPadOS, among others; Then we saw rumors of the iPhone 13, while Apple invited developers to virtual sessions focused on App Clip and widgets. On Privacy Day Thursday, Apple shared a PDF document titled “A Day in the Life of Your Data” talking about privacy from a simple point of view and the upcoming arrival of App Tracking Transparency was confirmed. And there are still many things to tell, so many that we start our one more thing …
- We start in SamaGame, where they tell us about a strange Big Sur bug that can trigger the fans of our computer. Fortunately, it has a solution.
- In Today at Apple they tell us a small resource that we can use with our HomePod to avoid interruptions, especially if we are used to using the Intercom function. Sort of like activating do not disturb mode, more or less.
- Again in SamaGame they teach us the new design that Firefox will have in version 90.
- On the YouTube channel 9to5mac they tell us, step by step, how to download apps from our iPad to run them on the Mac.
- Meanwhile, on the Macrumors channel they teach us what the music handoff function is like between an iPhone and a HomePod. A feature that has been redesigned in iOS 14.4.
- Engadget offers us the complete list of all the new content that will arrive at Disney + on February 23. More than 250 movies and 40 series.
- Also in SamaGame, and without leaving Disney +, they bring us the trailer for the new Disney movie: Stripe and the last dragon.
- In SamaGame they introduce us to Ecosia, Brave’s predefined search engine that plants trees with the economic benefits they obtain.
- Back on YouTube, Macrumors shows us what the new Apple Fitness + feature looks like: Time to Walk