In this blog post, from the series of practical new features from Apple you can use at work and in everyday life, we talk about the new "Visual Lookup" feature. This feature is built into the Photos.app and automatically detects animals, plants, landmarks and more in your photos.Read more...
This blog post, from the series of practical new features from Apple, with which you can benefit at work and in everyday life, is about the new feature "Live Text". With supported iOS/iPadOS devices, text in photos is recognized and can be copied or translated effortlessly.
Photos is an integral part of all Apple operating systems and free of charge. It can be used to manage pictures and photos, sort them into albums and edit them extensively. The Live Text feature allows even more practical possibilities with photos and images.Read more...
In this blog post, from the series of practical new features from Apple with which you have a benefit at work and in everyday life, is about the new feature "Universal Control". If all Apple system requirements are met, you can control all existing macOS and iOS/iPadOS in the environment with one device.
In System Preferences > Displays you will find the new button for Universal Control. This allows you to control multiple Apple devices simultaneously with one keyboard and one mouse.Read more...
What has long been standard practice on iPhones and iPads for some time increasingly applies now to Mac software too: buying software from Apple's App Store and subscribing to it.
The benefits are obvious:
- Software for your Mac, iPhone or iPad can be found in one central place.
- The App Store is pre-installed and can be used without much effort.
- Software is checked by Apple and only then released for the App Store. Malware can thus be excluded.
- Software updates are made available for download centrally via the App Store and, depending on your settings, are loaded automatically.
- Apple takes care of the protection of your personal data and does not pass it on to third parties - not even to the software developers.
- You have central access to all App Store purchases in the purchase history.
- Your billing information is linked to your personal Apple ID, so you don't have to re-enter your data and payment information for each purchase.
However, this last point in particular presents many companies with a challenge in terms of accounting for expenses. The link to a personal Apple ID means that purchase receipts are not issued to the company, but to the user.Read more...