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Keep your kids from racking up IAPs or reading your texts.
Our new how-tos writer, D. Griffin Jones, just keeps busting out tips that’ll make your Apple life easier.
Today’s lesson shows you a great trick for those occasions when you hand off your iPhone to someone else, like your darling offspring.
With a bit of setup, you can easily lock your device into a single app (like a game) and not worry about them going mad on Amazon or reading your texts.
It’s also useful for DJing at a party, letting someone watch a video, or dealing with law enforcement.
Also in today’s newsletter:
Planning to travel this year? Get a handy and inexpensive eSIM from Holafly to kill overseas data roaming charges.
Check out the craziest Bluetooth speaker you’ve ever seen.
The inexpensive MagEasy Hoop converts older iPhones and iPads to MagSafe, making them play nice with your MagSafe chargers.
— Leander Kahney, EIC.
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Tweet o’ the day
Did you know that many tech companies take their names from mythological figures and creatures? Apple's Siri is named after a Norse goddess, and Amazon's Alexa is named after the library of Alexandria's ancient Greek counterpart. What other mythological nods you spotted in tech? twitter.com/i/web/status/1…
— GODS OF OUR LANDS (@godsofourlands)
Mar 15, 2023
One more thing ...
Apple was about as pure of a Silicon Valley company as you could imagine. We started in a garage. Woz and I both grew up in Silicon Valley. Our role model was Hewlett-Packard. And so I guess that's what we went into it thinking. Hewlett-Packard, you know, Jobs and Wozniak.
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