EP15: New iPhones

Did you buy a new iPhone this week? I’m still using my iPhone 8 Plus and although the new iPhone 11 is tempting, I know I don’t need one. So, in this week’s podcast episode I make a case for why the best iPhone is actually last year’s iPhone, or maybe even the one before that…



Unpacking iOS

Welcome to Episode 15 of Unpacking iOS. In this episode I talk about upgrading your iPhone, but maybe not in the way that you might think … so, let’s start unpacking!

This week, new iOS
devices are shipping to people all over the world. That’s because every
September, almost like clockwork, Apple announces the latest iterations of it’s
flagship device – the iPhone. It’s one of the best selling smartphones ever,
and it changed a lot about how we use our phones. The new iPhone 11 models
feature the fastest processors, the best cameras, and the most battery life of
any iPhone.

However, as interested as I am to hear all about new iPhones, I’ve never bought one. You see, I’ve owned lots of different iPhones, but none of them have been the latest model in the lineup. I have always opted to buy an older iPhone because, for me…

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Unpacking iOS – EP14: Mail Tips

Here is the latest episode from my podcast, Unpacking iOS! It has a variety of tips on how to get more use out of the Mail app on your iPhone or iPad.



Unpacking iOS

Welcome to Unpacking iOS. My name is Jonathan Wylie, and in this week’s episode I have ten top tips for those of you who want to get more out of the Apple Mail app … so, let’s start unpacking.

Nobody really likes email, at least I don’t think they do, but it seems destined to be one of those things that is going to be with us for many years to come. It’s free, easy to use, and can be a relatively efficient medium for communication. There are dozens of email apps in the App Store to help you master your email, and each one has a variety of unique features, but the Apple Mail app that comes on your iPhone or iPad is no slouch. It has some tricks up its sleeves that you may not be aware of, and that is what I am talking about today. Ten…

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EP1: Read Better

Here is episode one of my new podcast, Unpacking iOS. It’s a podcast about iOS and how to get the best out of your iPhone or iPad. Take a listen, and if you like what you hear, please consider subscribing in Apple Podcasts. You can also listen on Spotify, Stitcher, and TuneIn, or in a podcast player of your choice.

If you have any feedback or ideas for future episodes, I would love to hear from you. In the meantime, you can learn more at unpackingios.com!

Unpacking iOS

Welcome to Episode 1 of Unpacking iOS. In this episode I talk about ways to make reading online more enjoyable on your iPhone or iPad.  Here’s the links from this episode. Listen online here, or subscribe in a podcast app.

Apps from this episode:

If you enjoyed the show, please subscribe, leave a review in the Apple Podcasts app, or share this podcast with your friends on social media. I welcome any feedback or ideas for future episodes. You can submit that via the contact form at unpackingios.com.

Check out Safari for iPad and iPhone on Amazon for even more iOS tips, or learn more at safaribook.net.

Music: Jahzzar (betterwithmusic.com) CC BY-SA

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Introducing Unpacking iOS

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I’m not really the kind of person who likes to set New Year’s resolutions. However, as 2018 drew to a close, I began to think about things I would like to do more of in 2019. Two things came to mind. I wanted to write more, and I wanted to do more podcasting. The way I have begin to address these goals is something I wanted to talk about in this blog post.

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