He's chosen- Sarah Kingsbury: You have no choice- David Averbach: You have an interesting point. David Averbach: That would be nice. Usually when you update from the beta to the shipping version, you're like, oh all the bugs are gone. While the beta process is fairly straightforward, any time you make any significant change to your device you risk problems. Sarah Kingsbury: Sorry to get you excited and then disappoint you. We're smirking because I have a tendency to promise all these links which Sarah then has to go- Donna Cleveland: Sarah is the one that adds them to the blog post.
This post was last updated on June 12, 2019. Donna Cleveland: We wanted to share one of our favorite tips this week. You have to wait for September for that. I looked at it and was like, oh, I don't know, but there is actually, every time I use it I discover at least two more pockets and it fits so much stuff. The material you can feel is very sturdy and rugged.
Donna Cleveland: But he wants to be able to text from the HomePod. Donna Cleveland: Sure, yeah, to tempt people or not tempt them. For my money, , which lets you assign Siri commands to common functions of the apps you use every day. And remember to tune in every other week to hear our editors share with you the latest Apple news, best apps, iPhone tricks, and coolest accessories. Sarah Kingsbury: Yeah, I think everyone will love it.
David Averbach: Breath, because you're going to forget to breath. I kept wanting to turn them so that the little mic thing was pointing straight forward, but it's actually supposed to angle down and I also found that the ear tips had to be much smaller than I thought. David Averbach: It doesn't have a fix me button. I'm like, maybe they have other things going on. Sarah Kingsbury: I haven't played around enough to see if there's a limit, but you can put a lot of apps in there. Connect your iPhone to your computer, and go to iTunes.
When your phone restarts, go to Settings, select General and then tap on Software update. Sarah Kingsbury: But yeah, straps on the front and LifeProof says you can put a skateboard in it if you tend to walk around with a skateboard. Sarah Kingsbury: For some reason I customize it to tell me to breath at 11 and I'm like, I'm sleeping. That was one of those crazy things I had no idea even was happening to me. David Averbach: I'm going to go on record and say if you're an early adopter who doesn't mind.
Donna Cleveland: To me it's more annoying that it's not tuned in to me. If you depend on your devices, wait for the final release. Donna Cleveland: So it's a little different. Once you're signed up and signed in, it's time to start downloading. Still, it is pretty cool to send an animated version of yourself with your voice as the message. You get video versions of our daily tips. Even if you back up every night, you'll want to make sure it's absolutely up-to-date.
Donna Cleveland: Raph has no chill is what we're saying. I made a list of all the bugs that have personally affected me and there's been a lot- Donna Cleveland: There's been a lot. Image credit: Apple But who are we kidding? These are fundamental flaws that could seriously impact how you use your iPhone or iPad. Sarah Kingsbury: You press the send button and brings up your Apple watch dock. Sarah Kingsbury: But do we know that the beta will? David Averbach: Well, that's funny. You just never know what is going to break. I know that's a small one, but I'm real excited.
Past betas have been known to also put a hit on phone battery life before Apple can fine tune things. And enable Encrypted backup — it's worth it! Last year, it was around June 27th, I think is when it was. Bloomberg, you might want to check it out, Ken, compare and see. Donna Cleveland: Yeah, so if you have an iPhone X then you're probably familiar with the animojis, which are. Having the news helps and having more attractive maps features, things like that. Even though this beta will speed up older phones. Apple, you don't need to protect me from myself.
David Averbach: I will say, it's a testament to how user-friendly the HomePod is, because he's very good at doing all of it. In the old days, only registered Apple software developers had the privilege of running Apple's next-generation operating system early, but now can do it. The new Maps also includes significant improvements to traffic, real-time road conditions, construction, and more. Donna Cleveland: We'll have to look into that. I think I'm on board with Sarah's stance. The custom shortcuts lack instructions and any real actions, not to mention the official shortcuts app is nowhere to be found.