Twitter, AirDrop, and Continuity Camera – Intego Mac Podcast Episode 266
Posted on November 17th, 2022 by Kirk McElhearn
The situation at Twitter is changing daily, and we have some security tips for staying safe with Twitter’s new verification system. We look at some changes that Apple is making to AirDrop in China, which would be good for everyone. And we discuss the new Continuity Camera feature of macOS Ventura.
- Market capitalization of Eli Lilly
- Twitter Working on End-to-End Encryption for Direct Messages
- Mastodon Safety: How To Protect Against Security and Privacy Risks
- Apple Launches Revamped iCloud.com Website With All-New Design
- Apple to restrict Everyone option in AirDrop in China
- Apple plans to expand AirDrop time limit to customers worldwide
- Southwest Airlines passenger AirDrops nude photo to other fliers
- How to use AirDrop on your iPhone or iPad
- How to Use AirDrop to Securely Share or Transfer Files
- How to Use Your iPhone as a Webcam with Continuity Camera in macOS Ventura
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