WWDC 2021 keynote come and went and wow, there’s a lot to unpack. Unfortunately, we didn’t get a new 16-inch MacBook but there is tons of software update in store for us in the future. Since there’s a lot to cover, each feature will be as brief and concise as possible.
If you do not want to go through the laundry list of features and updates, the key takeaway from this WWDC is that Apple is building features for ecosystem-wide usage instead of for a specific devise.
Screenshots and screen recordings can help record point in time moments on your iPhone, Mac and other Apple devices for record keeping or to share the recordings to someone else. This is a guide to help you to take a screenshot on your iPhone, iPad, Mac and other Apple devices.
macOS: command + shift + 4 or 5 iPhone: press the home and side button together or volume up and side button together iPad: same as iPhone Apple Watch: you must enable screenshot in settings.
With Apple TV you’ll get the most capable most polished streaming box ever made, but it might not be worth it for some people especially if you are not on the Apple Ecosystem. The potential is there and hopefully Apple will realize its potential in the near future, but for now, it remains one of Apple’s “hobby”.
I’ve own a Sharp Android TV, Sony Smart TV (with Sony own system) and an Apple TV.