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Show Notes Series 1 Episode 1
Welcome to series 1 episode 1 of the Your App Lady Podcast! All about apps and tech that I love and use every day.
On each episode, I’ll talk about recent tech news, recommend apps that I use myself and leave you with a great tech tip.
Many people complain that their iPhones slow down when a new iOS update or a new phone model is released. I’ve always thought that was crazy.
Apple would never do that!
Well, I was wrong!
Sure enough, Apple has now admitted to slowing down older phone models due to battery issues. There are now multiple lawsuits about this issue against Apple.
See the link below to get more info: https://www.theverge.com/circuitbreaker/2017/12/27/16822736/apple-battery-slowdown- iphone-6-6s-se-lawsuit
Apple is offering discounted battery replacements for iPhone 6 or later models. The cost is approximately $29.
Before you go, be sure to make an appointment with the Apple Store and that the batteries are in stock: https://getsupport.apple.com
App of the Week: Sleep Cycle by Northcube
For IPhone, iPad and Android.
Sleep Cycle is an awesome app that I use everyday.
It’s a smart alarm clock app that will wake you up when you are beginning to naturally awake. Sleep Cycle also tracks your sleep quality and you can track your sleep trends over time.
Go to: https://www.sleepcycle.com/how-it-works/.
Today’s tech tip is from PCMagazine.
How to take a screenshot on an iPhone
Simple! A screenshot is a photo of what is on the screen of your phone.
To take a screenshot on an iPhone 8 or earlier, press the home button and the power button at the same time. The screenshot will then show up in the lower left corner of your phone screen. When you tap on it, it will open and you can edit it: crop by moving the corners, draw or write on it.
Then click “Done” and choose “Save to Photos”. Your screenshot will be saved in your photo library.
I use this feature to make examples for you all the time!
There are many more awesome tips in this article: https://www.pcmag.com/feature/356466/28- hidden-ios-11-tips-you-need-to-know
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