Your iPhone, if you carry it with you, can also track medications, complete with alarms, can track steps, distance, car crashes (and alert 911), link in to your online medical record and allow you to carry it around in your pocket or purse, guide you through yoga, exercises, meditation, provide background sounds for sleep, silence alarms and calls (except emergencies) so you can get a good night’s rest. The magnifying app on your iPhone can enlarge your bill so you can see it, or illuminate your door lock at night, or set timers for events, or help you fine-tune your hearing aids…
Even the Apple TV can get involved, displaying workout coaches, yoga, and fitness coaches on your TV.
But there is more, of course: you can set your Mac to provide distraction-free work time, or be quiet so you can sleep, or simply not interrupt you when you need to concentrate. You can customize the font size to see more clearly, or simply see more. You can adjust the sound to your hearing, or have the Mac hear for you and turn speech into text. Or go the other way, and turn text into speech.
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18:28:51 Hmm. 18:28:54 Okay, you should see a little red recording thing someplace on the screen 18:29:04 Saying that I'm recording 18:29:10 Okay, hey? As usual, we're gonna start with question and answer. 18:29:14 Anybody have any questions that they have 18:29:19 Yes. 18:29:18 I do. I wonder if you have any comments on the recent article about last Pass being hacked, and what you think about one password which I use? 18:29:33 And should we be worried 18:29:36 I'm glad some brought that up, because it's something that I was going to mention. 18:29:40 15, 18:29:41 The password managers, the I'll I'll back into the to answering your question. 18:29:50 Password, managers have been out for quite some time, starting with people writing little sticky notes and sticking onto their computer, saying to log in use this secret password which is really helpful to someone breaking into your home because that way they won't have any trouble stealing your computer but 18:30:08 Password managers. I highly endorse using them because our world has become too complicated. 18:30:15 You should never use the same password for more than one account. 18:30:20 So if you log into your bank, it should be a completely different a password. 18:30:26 Than what you use to go to Qfc. To get fuel points and other things that you might do. 18:30:33 So every password should be unique, and that's difficult to keep track of. 18:30:43 Oh! 18:30:37 So I use a password manager in the last I time I looked I had something like 900 passwords, but my life is a little bit more complicated than most people. 18:30:46 I use one password, and I have probably for 10 years. 18:30:52 Oh, quite a while. Yup! 18:30:56 You mean that you use the password manager called 1 one passport to the otherwise it sounds like you only use one 18:31:02 Oh, yes, I use the password manager call one password. 18:31:07 And so does Kathleen. We have a family plan, so that we we pay one subscription for the year. 18:31:18 It covers both of us, and one of the things that allows us to do is that for things that we need to share most of the stuff I don't want to know what Kathleen has. 18:31:29 We don't share. We have, we have independent email accounts. 18:31:31 We have an independent apple idea accounts. We have independent computer. 18:31:37 Because Kathleen is a a nurse, and she's clergy and got a Phd. 18:31:44 And I don't have any of that stuff. And the people she talks to, and the kinds of things she's interested in really don't. 18:31:49 There's not that much overlap with me. So her contacts, her passwords for logins are very different than mine, but there are some that we like to share. 18:32:01 Like, for example, she is addicted to what's the name of that show? 18:32:11 Oh! 18:32:08 Scottish soldier and the American professor. Oh, you say it! 18:32:28 Outland. 18:32:18 I can't take it. Anyway, there shows that she likes that that we strength, and she wants the passwords for those so she can log into so outlook. 18:32:29 I'll find it. That's it. 18:32:31 Outlander. Yes, so so there's things that we do share. 18:32:34 And then most of the stuff we keep separate, and one password allows us to do that. 18:32:39 So we both have independent accounts, but there are some that we can share, and in one password it encrypts it both on our computer as well as it encrypts it in the cloud where they are stored, and we we we use it and it makes life easier your Mac. 18:33:01 Has a password manager built into it, called Key Chain. 18:33:06 It used to be very, very good, cryptic, and difficult to understand. 18:33:10 And now it's less cryptic. But it's still pretty cryptic, but it's free, and it's on your Mac. 18:33:15 A lot of people find it very difficult to figure out how to use it, and one password is definitely easier and more visual than than Keychain. 18:33:25 The other nice thing about one password is that one password has both a Mac and a PC. 18:33:32 It's also got to PC version, but it's got a Mac, but it's also got an iphone version. 18:33:38 And for us, the ability to carry the passwords around on your phone is really useful, plus you can store things other than passwords in there like birthday to relative zoom. 18:33:49 Okay? Anything, anything, any kind of security notes you want? I have a list of drugs. 18:33:54 So every time I go into see the doctor, and they say, check your drug list and tell if it's up to date, and I sit there and think. 18:34:02 I have no idea what it's on it. So I just look at my list it's on my phone, and it's stored in one password. 18:34:07 So that's what I use. What had happened is that after one password became fairly well-known. 18:34:15 Then a bunch of competitors came out, and one of them was called last past and last past was originally. 18:34:21 It would only store passwords for websites, and it stored them on account on your browser. 18:34:29 That proved to be a less than ideal place to store that because anybody stealing your computer would then had access to everything that you logged into. 18:34:38 So they came up with a cloud based solution. And about 7 or 8 years ago I started telling people don't use one last pass because they got half, and that was 7 or 8 years ago. 18:34:51 It was before we moved to the back to Washington State, and that just did not impress me at all. 18:34:58 However, 2, 3 weeks ago they well, it was actually longer than that. 18:35:07 In November they were hacked, and they kept it secret for a while, but in November, when they were hacked they stole millions of passwords, billions of accounts, plus all the passwords of those millions of accounts so we're talking about hundreds 18:35:24 Of millions of passwords were stolen, and they weren't just regular passwords, because this is with the name of the person who owns it, and that just listed it. 18:35:34 It was. It was like they went to a shopping list of everything there is to know about you, and they got it when one fell through which is really bad on a scale of one to 10. 18:35:44 That's a 14 at least. So it's really really bad. 18:35:47 And I don't recommend that anybody you ever use last pass, because I don't think they're gonna survive this. Did you have a question? 18:35:54 Maggie, you're muted 18:36:00 You're still muted 18:36:01 I I thought I read that it wasn't such a threat, because everything was encrypted 18:36:09 I read it in the Cattle Times 18:36:11 No, it's not. That's not true. 18:36:13 No. Okay. 18:36:15 What last pass did is they released a press release, saying that their stuff was encrypted. 18:36:21 Their stuff is encrypted, but it was encrypted from your machine to last past, but when they have to last, pass it was not encrypted on their server, so they got everything, and they have been less than red that the less than forthcoming about what happened. 18:36:41 Which is one reason why a lot of us have just said, no, we're not gonna give you a second chance we're done with you because they should know to p. 5 people that immediately they didn't. 18:36:52 They waited a month and a half, they said, it only affected a few accounts, tens of millions of people is more than just a few. 18:37:02 I mean, there's they basically haven't said anything that was the least bit truthful since this happened. 18:37:07 So I do not recommend that anyone use last pass, and if you do use one last pass switch to something else and change every single password, you have, it's important, speaking of which in these breaches it's important to to change passwords that you don't think are important 18:37:29 There are some passwords I use that are just throw away, like, for example, there's this, there's this site that has these custom screens. 18:37:39 So when you launch your browser, you get this pretty picture, and you have to have an account. 18:37:43 Okay, I, I, gave him a username and I gave him a a password for that. 18:37:49 But the user name is fake, and the password I don't bother to remember, so do I. 18:37:54 Keep track of that? No, have I security, didn't, anyway, absolutely not. 18:38:00 Do I care if it's ever hacked? No, because it's really not tied to me. 18:38:04 But if you have a password to Qfc. 18:38:07 And Qfc. Gets hacked. And you say, well, I don't have any account information. 18:38:11 It just keeps track of my fuel point. Well, there are other things that Qfc. 18:38:15 Keeps track of such as everything that you buy there. So there are lots of sense. 18:38:20 There's lots of sensitive information about you other than just your bank account, and and whether or not you've successfully quit smoking and other things about you that you probably don't want to have as general knowledge. 18:38:36 So anytime somebody has a a, a data breach. If you're involved in that data breach, even if you don't think that account is important, go in and change all your information, or just delete the account, it's really hard. 18:38:48 If you delete an account the way most systems are set up. 18:38:52 Somebody can't create a new account in your in that name. 18:38:56 They have to create a different one. So if you're not using account, delete it, if the accounts been hacked, change everything about it, or delete the account. 18:39:06 But you want to be. You want to be paranoid about this, and I definitely do not recommend using last pass because they just they haven't been forthcoming. 18:39:18 And what what they've done, and that's a bad sign. 18:39:24 You close account 18:39:23 I really bad sign and on it I'm a more typical user. 18:39:31 I have a phone in 70 items overall and about 350 or logins, and then after that, I've got 40 secure notes. 18:39:40 A lot of that has to do with church stuff, and then 26 passwords where it's just a password and 23 memberships work team reward programs. 18:39:55 Oh, it does let you keep your passport information, so I've got more in my passport information in in there, in case we ever need it, and I've got one personal identity for me. 18:40:09 So you know, you don't use everything all the time, but there's a whole lot of options, and it will let you archive things. 18:40:16 So if you have accounts that you closed. But you want to keep track of what you used to have, you can put it in archive, and that's useful. 18:40:27 Last password, last password. One password also has another feature that I really like. 18:40:32 If you change your password, it keeps track of the old passwords, and why, that's useful. 18:40:39 Recently I had a service that I used, that they crashed, and they said that they restored it back to 2 weeks ago. 18:40:47 Well, I changed my password a week ago, but because it had my previous password, I could log in again, and so it that's a that's something that most people won't really take advantage. 18:41:01 But in the kind of security work that I use, it's it's handy sometimes to have old passwords 18:41:07 So, Lawrence, can you clarify, then, the difference between one password and last pass? 18:41:16 And it sounds like you feel we're safe. If we have one password 18:41:22 Okay. 18:41:19 I do believe you're safe. If you have one password, one password is just a completely different company. 18:41:24 They started from the beginning with, they wanted to keep track of confidential information. 18:41:32 They wanted to make it usable in more than one place, meaning that. 18:41:37 That's why they that's why they have it available for the iphone. 18:41:40 Because you carried your iphone around with you as well as on your Mac, and it works on ipads, and so on, so forth. 18:41:48 But it's you can use it. Mobile places, and from the very beginning they encrypted everything. 18:41:53 It's encrypted on my phone. It's encrypted in their cloud storage it encrypts things when it passes between my phone and their cloud and coming back, they've been very good about that recently. 18:42:09 They come in to for some criticism with some developers because of the the newest version, the way they architected it. 18:42:18 But unless you're a programmer, it's not really an issue that you care about a lot of Mac programmers didn't like the way they, the programming. 18:42:26 But it's not has nothing to do with how it's used. 18:42:28 It's just they didn't like the way the programming was done. 18:42:31 But other than that no, I we've used it for I think, 10 years, and we knowd never had any particular problems. 18:42:41 The other nice thing about it because of the way that it works. 18:42:44 When we, when Kathleen got her new iphone, we just synced it to what we had stored on Icloud. 18:42:55 Everything, getting back, including the first thing we have check was one password to make sure it had all of our passwords. 18:43:01 And yep it was all there just the way it was supposed to be. 18:43:04 So while we're definite fans because it works 18:43:08 How much? How much does one password cost 18:43:12 I don't know that, because at 1 point it's one password 8. 18:43:18 You just check it out in a minute. 18:43:18 Now we don't. Yeah, we have one password, 7, and the latest one is one password 8, and they've changed the way they bond a lot and so on. So forth. 18:43:27 We bought it a long time ago, where there was a family plan. 18:43:29 We paid one price, and so how much it actually costs if you buying it, I don't know and it used to be that when you bought it once, and you got it for your Mac and for your iphone and now you have to pay them separately. 18:43:43 They? They, they can store things and exchange them. It's just that the copy on your iphone you have to purchase separates from the copy on your Mac. 18:43:50 But the answer is, I don't know how much it costs 18:43:53 Yeah. 18:43:53 I do. I just look. I just looked at my email mine just renewed for 2 computers my husband, myself. 18:44:00 And it was $59 and 85 cents for the year. 18:44:05 Oh! 18:44:06 Nice 18:44:05 Not bad for what you get, however, that as a renewal might not be the same as a as a new subscription. 18:44:09 Oh, okay. 18:44:11 Yeah. 18:44:12 So again, I just, I don't have to know that. Yeah. So if you want to look at it. 18:44:16 But remember, Keychain works on all of them, and it's free 18:44:20 Yes, chain works on all of them is free. 18:44:23 The reason why I'm the reason why I promote one password is key chain is the interfaces. 18:44:29 Confusing. It's very easy to to not find something that is there with with one password, you basically tell it what it is. 18:44:39 You, you're storing, and how you want it found. 18:44:42 So, for example, I'm the webmaster for Trinity, United Methodist Church. 18:44:49 I also run Trinity, United Methodist Churches, Youtube Channel, and I run Trinity, and I, Methodist churches network. 18:44:58 So there I have a whole bunch of different things for Trinity, but I can tag them in one password. 18:45:02 Say, this is for this, this is for that, this is for this, this is for that. 18:45:06 So when I go search for it, it tells me which which one of those trendy accountants I'm finding in Ketane. 18:45:13 It just tends to just jumble them all together, and you just have to. 18:45:15 Oh, for the best, as you're going through all these listings for Trinity, that you're hitting on the right password. 18:45:22 So I like that. I like one password, simply because it's easier for most people to use, including me. 18:45:27 Yeah. So if you want to look it up, it's www, dot, and then the number one in the word password altogether. 18:45:36 Com. That's their site. 18:45:43 Yes. 18:45:41 I have a question, Lawrence. I was watching the news last night, and they had an story about a Pegasus software taking control of iphones. 18:45:53 And I was wondering our iphones really vulnerable to the Pegasus software hack that. 18:46:01 Let's take over the phone without you knowing it. 18:46:06 That is a complicated question, and the reason why it's a complicated question is that Pegasus was actually developed. 18:46:14 Yeah, hey? Combination between the Israeli government and some commercial and a commercial firm, and the way in which they developed it, they did find some vulnerabilities in Ios operating system and the way in which they did. 18:46:30 It was really, really expensive. They know, went out and bought thousands of idols. 18:46:37 Then they beat on them in different ways until they figured out how to break in. 18:46:41 It cost tens of millions of dollars for them, to develop. 18:46:44 Pegasus, and the way that Pegasus works is that it puts something on your phone that that basically creates a little space that's allows the Pegasus to track you creates a little space on the phone. 18:47:00 Then it stores things that it sees, and then periodically it dumps it off to Pegasus and Apple really didn't have a defense for that at the time, but since then they've come up with multiple defenses that have has basically caused pegasus and problems. 18:47:17 But they people who make Pegasus keep on trying to to modify it. 18:47:24 It's. It's extremely complicated to put on a phone. 18:47:28 And it's extremely complex to run it so before you and me, it's not really an issue, but for for for what they call state actors, a State actor can be a foreign agent in the United States, or it can be you representing the United States, going to another country country, for State actors. 18:47:50 You have to be a little bit careful because you're not just one of 330 million. 18:47:56 At that point. You're one American and China working and Russia, and you become a target. 18:48:01 When I worked for Noah, for example, I was not allowed to go on foreign travel, using my own personal phone or my work phone. 18:48:11 What they would do is they would issue me a special phone just for that trip. 18:48:25 Put something on it. It wouldn't stay, and while I was overseas and I was talking back to the United States I could send an email back to work. 18:48:35 But because it came from that special phone. It went through a completely different process to make sure that nothing I was sending back. 18:48:42 Would cause problems and that's the kind of effort to that you have to take. 18:48:49 Because if you, if you are a known representative of a country oh, they're countries are wayling to spend millions of dollars to find out what you're doing now. 18:48:58 I worked in environmental science, you might think, yeah, who cares about that? 18:49:02 That is really, really, really sensitive information when you're dealing with China and Japan and Korea and Russia and other countries, because the assumption is that I must know something that that they could use for economic or political benefit. 18:49:22 Now in practice, what I did is I ran websites, and if you want to know what I did just go to no website and it's right there. 18:49:28 But the the fact is that you are a target in that in that particular kind of case, but in terms of the individual. 18:49:36 No, nobody's going to spend $1520,000,000 trying to hack your phone. 18:49:41 It's expensive to do this sort of thing, and it's expensive to make it to make it work 18:49:46 Do you know if I asked 15? Is is it is vulnerable or not? Or 18:49:52 Yeah. 18:49:53 The answer is, if somebody, if somebody can touch your phone if they can physically touch your phone, even with Ios 15, there are ways to compromise it. 18:50:04 But remotely break into it. No, they really can't do that. 18:50:09 And the way in which it's set up. If they remotely try and break into it. What they do is they end up in this little void that yes, they might have successfully gotten into the phone, but it doesn't go anywhere 18:50:21 So, what do you mean by touch your phone? You mean somebody using your phone? 18:50:24 That's not you. 18:50:25 If they physically attach it. Your phone has right on the bottom of it's got this little port here for the for the like, for the lightning cable. 18:50:36 How can I completely disappear to the screen anyway, it's got this little lightning part right down at the bottom, which means it's somebody can stick something into your phone and depending upon what else is going on. 18:50:46 For example, if my phone is unlocked and they stick something that into my phone, they have access. 18:50:53 So. But if they don't touch your phone, it's it's it's it's not impossible. 18:50:58 But it it's it. It costs millions of dollars to break into an iphone. 18:51:04 If you keep 18:51:06 How did it go 18:51:06 And if it's just sitting on a table, but it's locked, and they pick it up. 18:51:10 There's really not a heck of a lot they can do with it, either, because unless it's unlocked, there's a famous case or this guy in a a cyber, he he had this thing called Pirates Bay and the FBI wanted to get a hold of his 18:51:26 Of his information, and they rent a sting operation, and they had him. 18:51:32 He. They knew he's going to be in this coffee shop in San Francisco, and his his laptop was unlocked, and this very attractive woman, who was an FBI agent, pretended to stumble, and fall. 18:51:43 He got up to go and help her. They grabbed his laptop because it was unlocked. 18:51:47 If it had been locked it would have just been a brick 18:51:52 And your your phone's pretty much the same way 18:51:58 Yes. 18:51:53 I have a question. Hi, just upgraded to Ventura, and I'm disappointed. 18:52:07 So, safari doesn't work. Yeah, I I should see differently. 18:52:16 I go in terms of computer and click on safari, and nothing happened. 18:52:24 Then I go and check my Internet. It's all on. 18:52:31 I can do nothing. I have to. I have to go and shut off the computer again. 18:52:38 Make a restart, and if I'm lucky, then safari works that did anybody upgraded already to Ventura 18:52:49 We I have probably done at this point several 100 Ventura updates for various machines, and I have not no any trouble whatsoever. 18:53:00 That sounds like you have a faulty cash. You have something stuck in your in your cache, and if you can get into so far, I just go into safari. 18:53:11 I don't remember what I'd actually asked you to do now. 18:53:15 What should I do? Clear to cash 18:53:17 Well, it's more than just clear the cash, I think it says Reset, or something 18:53:24 I'm a loader 18:53:31 Yes. 18:53:28 Well, I have a comment about that Ventura. 18:53:34 I experienced it. I was working on my work computer and I wasn't aware that we were not to update Ventura because there's a lot of bugs. 18:53:45 And so when I did I couldn't get into any of my. 18:53:49 I couldn't access any of the information to continue so I had to call the it Gurus, and they go. Okay. 18:53:58 Well, you just go up to the magnifying glass and type in safari, and you can access your safari that way, and then you can bypass the bugs. 18:54:10 And I'm like, I think this is more than just bypassing bugs. 18:54:13 Everything was frozen and I would try to scroll down, so I called the guy 5 times, and finally he went in and did some cash and some cookies, and then it started working. 18:54:26 But it was really odd. And then I asked the people at work. 18:54:30 I go. Well, y'all aren't using venture. 18:54:34 And no, you never update your computer at work because there's a problem with that I go. Okay. 18:54:37 Well, now I know it. It was pretty bad 18:54:40 I will, I will tell you that that sounds like spectacularly bad technical advice, a venture is as rock solid as you can get. 18:54:49 Well. 18:54:49 Usually when people have problems, there's a and there's an existing problem on their computer. 18:54:56 And when they put when they put in Ventura on it, it just magnified the problem. 18:55:01 But there was already the existing problem, and one of the first things you should do before you do an upgrade of any kind is to check the healthier machine and the easiest way to do that is just go through. 18:55:12 Get rid of all of your dump, all your junk, mail, dump all your trash, launch, disc utility, and make sure your hard drive isn't healthy, and then then you can do an update. 18:55:25 But we everything else 18:55:27 Well, you're talking to somebody who doesn't know it. 18:55:29 So alright. I called the it department, and they actually, I mean, this is a pretty big company. 18:55:38 They're all over the United States. And they told everyone not to update on that Ventura because it had a lot of bugs that were creating problems. 18:55:47 So you're probably right. It's their system, that's all messed up 18:55:51 Okay, I would believe that it could be that it the company. 18:55:56 I will. I'll give you an example. One of the big brokerage houses shut down for 2 and a half weeks in December, because they they they suddenly realized that that Microsoft was not going to Update windows 8.1 anymore. 18:56:15 The they stopped doing it security updates for 8.1. 18:56:18 If you're not in windows 10, you're basically host. 18:56:23 Well, they were refusing to update their systems because their systems would not work with windows. 10. 18:56:30 They were taking advantage of some bugs to do things that that Microsoft told them 18:56:51 Oops! 18:56:51 Right. 18:56:51 Then we got hold cold at their house 18:56:51 You're frozen 18:56:53 Yes. 18:56:51 Microsoft did it. Microsoft did it 18:56:53 2 weeks updated the system. Pardon 18:56:54 You're frozen, Larry. Oh, you were frozen! 18:56:57 You. 18:56:58 Your back, now 18:56:59 Oh! 18:56:51 Oh, probably a minute, or almost 18:57:02 We may 18:57:02 I'm sorry this brokerage house they shut down in December for 2 weeks, because their systems were not compatible with windows. 10. 18:57:13 They were using windows 8 and Microsoft said that they were windows. 18:57:16 8 was dead in, so they had to upgrade to windows 10, and they couldn't update to winows 10, because the brokerage house was refusing to update their systems. 18:57:28 And so, in December it cost him 200 million dollars to shut down for 2 weeks so they could get upgrade to their systems and be compatible with windows 10, which isn't the current version of windows. 18:57:40 So there's still one version behind. But it's very possible that that this company has software that won't work with with Ventura. 18:57:49 That's that's a different thing. Than saying there's a problem with Ventura itself. 18:57:54 I'm just 18:57:54 Chris, in case you had a comment 18:57:59 Okay. 18:57:58 Well, I have a question. I have been hounded by Verizon for a couple of years. 18:58:07 Warning me that my flip phone would turn into a brick by December thirty-first. 18:58:16 So in late November I went to our local Verizon store and invested in 18:58:27 Oh! 18:58:26 And iphone 14, and found myself falling for their offer for and 18:58:38 Yeah. 18:58:49 Yes. 18:58:38 Mud. Come on, there, I've and as he second generation smart watch apple watch which I had, I had to sneak through all the paperwork that I accumulated in order to find out which version of the se it was so I've been having great fun not upgrading 18:59:06 My computers, which I also acquired at the end of November, because I've been absorbed by the relationship between the apple watch and the iphone, and also that I've got to go through my list of all the phone numbers. 18:59:24 I wrote down before my flip phone turned into a little break, because, of course, what Verizon was able to load was about 8 years old. 18:59:36 The contact information so long, long way into a basic question. I've been plugging and unplugging into the wall. 18:59:47 The cables to charge the watch and the iphone, and of course there are 2 different tables. 18:59:56 I'd like to avoid plugging and unplugging. 19:00:01 And would appreciate any advice on how to do that. My sister had convinced me that I should get this Gizmo stuck on the back of the iphone in order to better hold it. And so I got that that being said, what's your advice 19:00:21 So I I have a handy, dandy thing. I just got it today. 19:00:25 It has the watch on one side and the lightning on the other. 19:00:30 It's a high speed, relatively high speed apple. 19:00:38 Brandon. 19:00:35 Approved charger. You plug one thing into the wall, and you have 2 2 gizmos 19:00:45 This is a morphine, but there's many different, which is basically I don't know. 19:00:54 Yeah. 19:00:54 It keeps on disappearing. But anyway, it's a it's a it's a little platform that I keep on disappearing, too. 19:01:04 Oh, that's nice, too. 19:00:59 Yeah, there you go. It's a platform that you lay the phone down to charge on it, and it's got a watch charger on it so you can. 19:01:11 They both are on the same thing. The the new phones can charge by induction as long as you have a case that's allows it. 19:01:20 Hmm. 19:01:17 As long as the key, and so 19:01:22 No, okay, but it's but it's got this stuck on the back 19:01:27 Okay. So I can't 19:01:30 It'll still work. 19:01:37 Yeah. 19:01:38 Yeah, I have 19:01:32 I'm not sure that it will. That might previously be too large a gap for it to work, but but there are several places that sell things like the morph you will have charges just fine, lane flat on that. 19:01:47 It has a clear K case on it, and this also has little in Dent to it, where, if you got a you're airpods you can put them on here. 19:02:00 So you charge 3 things at once, and it just it's a matter of laying them on. 19:02:04 There's nothing we plug in. You just set them on the device 19:02:06 Oh, this is how much space it takes up on the back 19:02:12 Yeah. But the the trouble is that the it's the back of the phone. 19:02:18 Yeah. 19:02:17 That's that has to touch the in the charging pad, and if the back of the phone is covered, if there's an air gap, I don't know that it'll work because it's done magnetically. 19:02:28 Yeah, see, I think that creates too much space for that to work 19:02:34 Thank you. 19:02:36 But there are options that's that's the point. 19:02:39 Yeah, I've got one in the study. That's a clock with a 19:02:34 Hi, okay. I wanted to mention one good thing with with Ventura is, I'm sorry 19:02:49 Go ahead! 19:02:53 Why not? 19:02:53 Yeah, I wanted to say, it's a good thing in Ventura. 19:03:00 Absolutely good if we have it in Beta, you can take people on Youtube. 19:03:09 Some speak slow. That wouldn't be a problem, but some speak fast, and it instantly goes and and writes it down. 19:03:21 What the person is speaking, even if fast-speaking person, and you don't have to be on the Internet, it does it right through the computer. 19:03:32 But but you need to the the new apple process of what, hey? 19:03:37 Yes. 19:03:39 I I got the studio and said fast enough, I mean it just writes 3 limestone, and you can also speak to it, and it writes everything down. 19:03:49 So that is very, very good. Okay. 19:03:52 Yes, I believe it or not. That's actually been in Mac OS for a while. 19:03:58 Oh, 15 years or so, but it's much better now than it was before, and the new processor, death definitely does help Marcy. 19:04:08 Did you have a question? You're you're on mute 19:04:14 More of a statement I had sent you an email about trying to get the hard drive out of our our Mac, because the the people at Apple wouldn't take it out for us, and you set us a video on how to get it out and I just wanted to let you know that we did 19:04:37 Okay. 19:04:37 it. We we got our hard drive out. And so we can recycle the rest of the computer. 19:04:44 And it wasn't that difficult 19:04:47 It's it's not that difficult if you know how, but if you don't know how it can be 19:04:54 Okay. 19:04:53 Yes, I'm going to paste in in the bottom of the chat window. 19:04:58 The attendance form, he made one. Yeah. 19:05:03 I would like that video 19:05:07 Me too 19:05:08 Well, actually, there are different kinds of videos depending upon what kind of your computer? 19:05:15 Oh! 19:05:13 1 one video doesn't cover all the computers, because an Imac is different than then. 19:05:19 And then a Mac mini is so. But if you go into, if you go into Youtube and just say how to remove a drive and and say what model you have. 19:05:29 There are usually videos to tell you how to take them apart. 19:05:33 Most people want to take them apart because they want to replace the drive. 19:05:35 But if you want to just remove it so you can recycle it. 19:05:39 No, that works too. Yeah. 19:05:42 And it's 70'clock now. So we should think about doing the program 19:05:47 One quick question, does factory data restart, wipe a computer clean 19:05:56 Factory reset which computer 19:06:04 Oh, I just any computer. But I have a a map that I got in 2,017. 19:06:14 I Mac desktop 19:06:16 Okay. The reason is that they reset can mean different things depending upon context. 19:06:22 Sometimes reset means, set the set the operating system back to factory defaults, which is one thing that does something, but it doesn't erase the content. 19:06:35 That's already on the drive. You may not see it, but it can still be there. 19:06:40 The best way to to erase the drive is to erase the drive, is you you? 19:06:47 There's a way to boot into a virtual disc that's already on your machine, and then erase the drive. 19:06:56 And that's basically the only way to get rid of everything off the machine. 19:07:00 The or digosit are just take the drive out and beat it with a, but beat it with a hammer. 19:07:05 The factory reset usually resets the operating system. 19:07:09 In case something's corrupted. It's not. 19:07:12 It's not the same as a wipe computer. 19:07:13 The hammer sounds like the best way 19:07:17 A hammer. The nice thing about the hammer is that it's ruthless, and it can be very satisfying, dependent upon your state of mind at the time 19:07:26 Hmm! I have a question also about Google. And I. 19:07:34 I wrote it, if they sent me in a little, and says, Protect your privacy. 19:07:40 This is a reminder that you have your web and act and app activity setting turned on 19:07:48 And should I have this on or not? 19:07:52 That is a excellent question. Google is doing that because the it used the United States has no so you don't disappear. 19:08:04 The United States has no see, it doesn't make any difference where they sit forward. 19:08:08 I have no idea what it's doing, and it just doesn't like me. 19:08:11 I am going to get rid of the virtual background. Hold on a second 19:08:15 Good. 19:08:16 Crazy, then look 19:08:22 There you go! 19:08:24 No, you won't 19:08:28 Much better. 19:08:28 What was I gonna say? 19:08:31 I got that, too, the email. 19:08:33 Okay. 19:08:33 If you use Google, you probably got it. He us has no privacy laws. 19:08:39 The commercial firms are are entitled to steal you blind. 19:08:43 And there's really no nothing to stop them from doing that. 19:08:49 The only privacy laws are. The Federal government is prohibited from doing things spying on you, but not private private companies. 19:08:57 However, in Europe it's quite different. At Europe, Japan, Korea, it's quite different. 19:09:02 They have very strong privacy laws, and it used to be that Google tried to fence off the United States from the rest of the planet, and we just had our own separate no rules here, and everybody else had rules. 19:09:12 And Google decided that wasn't working because I kept on getting sued by the European Union as citizens of the European Union would come to the end of the United States. 19:09:24 Google would scarf up to private data. They go back to the EU and they'd sue them and Google got tired of doing that. 19:09:28 So now they apply the same rules to everybody, and that's why you got that notice, so that if you have a Google account, you gotta notice that they that you have activity tracking turned on. 19:09:41 Now, what the activity tracking is used for. If you live in swim and you go into maps, Google come, it'll give you this nice map, and you say, pizza. 19:09:52 It knows that you live in square, and it'll give you pizza restaurants in squim rather than pizza restaurants in Toronto or pizza, or something. 19:10:00 So it's nice that Google knows where you live. But if you don't want it to, then you can go into maps. 19:10:08 Google Com. And every time you launch into light math, Googlecom, you're left in the middle of the ocean, you have to specify where you are. 19:10:14 And it's just takes longer. So it's a convenience for Google to know quite a bit about you. 19:10:20 But you can go into Google and you can delete that information. 19:10:24 You can tell Google not track it, and so on. So forth. 19:10:28 The disadvantage is turning all that stuff off is that you have to work harder when you use Google. 19:10:33 Yeah, if you want to know? Like, yeah, there's a new doctor in town he's Doctors Tim Robinson. Okay? 19:10:40 So you type in Tim Robinson. Google knows you're in Dr. 19:10:44 Tamman Robinson, Google knows that you're in swim. 19:10:49 So when you type in Dr. Kim Robbinson, it looks for the area around you. 19:10:52 You don't have to specify what you are, and 19:10:53 So this is an effect car play. If you're going somewhere and you use Google Maps for car plan. 19:10:59 No, because that's that's well, that's a good question. 19:11:06 Well at home, so it knows what home. Yes, but that's part of the stuff that you told it to keep. 19:11:09 So, if you tell it not to keep track of it, I won't keep track of that right. 19:11:14 That's what I'm saying. That could be 19:11:14 Yeah, then it won't know how to give you a a route 19:11:18 Well, my location 2, and then a destination so it's it's you can still do that. But, for example, I will tell Google to take me home, and it'll just plot a plaque path home. 19:11:31 I don't have to tell it where home is, because it knows where my home is. But if I didn't tell it that yeah, I'd have to. I'd have to type in the address every time. Yeah, if you told it not to track then it doesn't know it doesn't retain 19:11:41 Oh, right? Right? I see. Thank you. Yeah. 19:11:44 Yeah, good point. But you but you'll see that on your phone. If you're using navigation, it comes up and asks you 19:11:56 I can't remember the exact wording, but but it's basically it does not assume your location. 19:12:02 You have to allow it. If you don't allow it, then you have to type it in one or the other, but it will ask, that's true. 19:12:09 Yeah, it does ask, okay. 19:12:13 Lawrence back to Keychain. I I use a site called Crafty, and it won't let key chain work 19:12:25 Some sites will not, and it has to do it has to do both with the browser. 19:12:30 But also has to do with how they do credentialing like, for example, key chain won't work with most banks. 19:12:38 We use Navy, Federal Credit Union, and it will not use the cached password. 19:12:42 You have to type it in every time, and that's part of their own security to keep people from stealing passwords 19:12:49 It works fine with vecu 19:12:53 I'm not gonna comment on that 19:12:56 It shouldn't. Guessing is what you're saying. 19:12:58 Right? Right? It depends on 19:13:00 What it would work with one password 19:13:09 Okay. 19:13:04 No, even with those one password keeps track of it, but in terms of filling it in I use one password, but I do not let one password fill in my password. 19:13:15 I will look it up in one password, and then Tie it in from what I see, or you can copy, or you can copy paste. 19:13:20 But I will not let my browser automatically enter a password for anything 19:13:25 So you wouldn't use a key chain. I mean, I just I just click on there and 19:13:30 Depends on on the risk. Like, you know, if it's site that you have to log into to get information. 19:13:38 But there's no financial thing. It's simply a look up site. 19:13:49 Oh, okay. 19:13:44 Then sure key chains fine, but I would never use Keychain for a bank I don't use it for bank, for the hospital, for a lot of it's really sensitive information. 19:13:56 I wouldn't use Keychain 19:13:57 Can you explain why you type it in instead of letting one password fill it in? 19:14:03 I always let it fill it in for banks and everything. I didn't know there was a reason not to 19:14:07 Well, well, there are 2 reasons, first of all, for highly secure systems. 19:14:12 It won't allow those highly secure systems won't allow it. 19:14:17 It knows how people work, and if you start to log in and then instantly give it a password. 19:14:22 It says I'm not talking to a human. I'm talking to machine, so it just won't let you in. 19:14:27 Oh! 19:14:27 And and that's that's one reason. But the other reason is, I'm just again paranoid. 19:14:34 It's it's what I did for quarter century. 19:14:37 I I I did evil things with computers. So you know, I'm just paranoid 19:14:44 Okay. Thanks. 19:14:46 Can we go to our program? Or Chris has a question 19:14:50 Just just a reminder I have signed in the attendance form that's in the chat 19:14:59 Yes, yes, please sign. 19:15:00 And everybody. Everybody should do that. 19:15:05 How do you do it? 19:15:03 Yeah, please, please do that. It helps me. It's in the chat window. 19:15:08 Is the address? Just click on that link 19:15:13 Okay. 19:15:13 What? How do you want us to type 19:15:16 Your information. 19:15:16 Pardon me, it's a form. If you talk on the link, it will bring up a form, and you just fill in the form. 19:15:24 It says, Docs, Google, com forms click on that and their form pops up in your browser and you fill in the information before we get on with that. 19:15:37 Madam President, do you have anything you want to say? 19:15:40 Oh! 19:15:39 No Happy New Year, everybody and happy, belated. Merry Christmas, I guess, since we haven't seen each other 19:15:49 No, I I apologize for December getting canceled. 19:15:53 I got. Oh, but I've I've fully vaccinated all my boosters, and I've been very careful. 19:16:08 Oh, that's too bad! 19:15:59 But we went to a memorial service at a Masonic lodge, and 6 of the people from our church, who went all got sick with Covid, so I drug it home to him, and then I was really sick for 3 weeks, but 2 weeks I started getting a little better and that's after 2 weeks when he 19:16:17 Got sick. He was very proud of himself. We didn't get sick, and then he did so. 19:16:22 That's that's what happened. I I apologize. My fault 19:16:26 No worries. I hope you have both recovered and are feeling better, or back to normal 19:16:39 Well. 19:16:33 Yeah, I wish that on anybody I was. I was in bed for 2 weeks in the third week I was up, but I was coughing constantly. 19:16:43 I had 21 symptoms. I wouldn't wish that on anybody 19:16:46 Oh no! 19:16:48 And and just as an fy, I gotta notice from a vendor that the Forum software that's on our website is going to be renewed in a couple weeks and we'll have a bill for that. 19:17:03 It's not a huge amount, but just just fy that we're going to be spending some money, anything else before we get onto the presentation 19:17:12 Just wanted to think those of you that have already sent in your dues for this years very much appreciated. 19:17:21 There's still a few that, are missing, but for the most part I think everybody is paid, and I'll turn it over to the treasure, and she can give you the report. 19:17:32 Yeah, it was really great to see so many checks come in. 19:17:35 Thank you very much, and I think they were about 16. 19:17:43 I believe that came in. And just thank you for those who paid. 19:17:49 So that brought our balance now to $2,090 and 60 cents 19:17:57 Oh, that reminds me 19:18:01 Think about what you would like to do for an in person meeting. 19:18:07 Maybe, like April, May sometime, when it's, you know, light outside. 19:18:15 Yeah. 19:18:15 I would like to do one on troubleshooting, and for that I need to reboot a Mac, and so on and so forth, so I can't really do it via zoom. 19:18:23 So. But anything else you would like to do as an in-person thing, and if we do an in-person thing, and I also want to make sure that we invite the general community rather than just smug members. 19:18:35 I've been really surprised at the lack of computer sophistication in the local community moving from the DC. 19:18:48 Area back here I was. It's a very different world than what I've dealt with for the past 40 century. 19:18:55 Would this be at your church, Florence, if it's open for the community. 19:18:59 It might be at our church, or it might be some place else. 19:19:02 If it depends upon well, it depends on what date you want. But if it's if it's if I don't get that, there's not a a big problem or the 19:19:18 When we had the last meeting there I had a hard time seeing the screen, and I really don't have vision problems. 19:19:26 So I'm assuming others might have a problem. Is there a way of using a oh, my goodness! 19:19:31 What's it called a 19:19:32 Picture. 19:19:34 A projector. 19:19:32 Projector. Yeah, there's that dropdown. There is a dropdown screen. 19:19:39 I've never used it but it. But if we had a good projector, yeah, we could use a projector 19:19:42 Well, I can provide you the projector, you should know. That's not a problem 19:19:46 Okay, I'm just saying that. Yes, no. We've got a projector in the ceiling. 19:19:52 I don't. It's not that good. Yeah, that's why they have the TV screens, anyway. 19:19:57 But think about that. That's that's for a future day. 19:20:02 Really quickly. People are signing in here on the chat. That's not gonna do us very much good. You really 19:20:07 No, no! Click on the click on the link that I gave. 19:20:14 Don't type it into the chat, because 19:20:15 Where is that? In the email. 19:20:18 It's on the very top 19:20:18 Well, try to get again just copied in again, Don. At the bottom. 19:20:22 It says, at the bottom of your screen there's something that says Chat. 19:20:27 Right. 19:20:25 If you click on chat, there's a chat window on the side, and at the top of that there is the link, and I'll paste it again. 19:20:32 Oh! 19:20:32 Yeah, if he puts it in again, you'll see it as the bottom 19:20:33 Hi! Hi! Clicked on it, and the form did not come up 19:20:38 It should 19:20:38 Or hyperlink. It's the blue lettering. 19:20:41 Just click on that 19:20:41 Yeah. It's at the top 19:20:47 Yeah. 19:20:44 Good. It should open another screen. Another. Yeah, it it it. It should open another window 19:20:52 Yeah. 19:20:53 And it wants your email 19:20:56 I want your name, your email? Yes. 19:20:58 And what date you attended. 19:21:01 And what date you attended. Yes. 19:21:02 And there's only one day shown. So just check the box 19:21:08 Lawrence. 19:21:05 Yes, there's a reason why I do it that way. 19:21:11 It helps 19:21:11 Lauren, is there a way for you to turn up your microphone volume a little bit? 19:21:16 You're still so much lower than everybody else. I keep having to change up and down and up and down 19:21:21 I don't know why it's doing that. It's low for us to hear, too, and I'm not. 19:21:27 I don't know what the it might be. Zoom itself. 19:21:30 Yeah. 19:21:30 Let me go into zoom audio 19:21:33 Don't worry about it's not that bad. 19:21:36 It was just something I thought if it was easy 19:21:37 Yeah, but there you go. 19:21:41 Okay, let's see if that makes a difference. That help Eddie 19:21:45 Nope. 19:21:46 Oh, but I can hear you better, anyway. 19:21:48 Oh, wow! That's good! 19:21:52 Or any plenty land. Yeah. 19:21:57 That's better. 19:21:56 I don't know. I'm going to launch our presentation and for that I'm going to share share, screen, share, screen that button. 19:22:08 And we're gonna share that screen there. And we're gonna move this out of the way 19:22:22 There we go go to the beginning 19:22:26 Yeah. 19:22:31 Yeah, we go. Now. We're in the right place. So are you seeing things apple and health? 19:22:39 Okay. 19:22:39 Yes. 19:22:41 There's gonna be a demo, too. But we're gonna talk a bit first, and I'm going to let Kathleen do 19:23:00 And then we're gonna switch and let Lawrence talk about apple TV and Max. 19:23:04 But our, but our focus on this one is support for health. 19:23:08 I have some other things that we want to talk about illness, but but for the most part this is focused on. How do we stay? 19:23:14 Healthy. 19:23:16 And why didn't you work? No, there we go. So I'm a nurse, and my underlying mental image of how this works is that your body, your mind, your spirit, form a triangle, and they're interconnected and if something affects one it just as a triangle would 19:23:34 move, so whatever effects one will affect the other 2. So when I talk I'm going to talk about focus mostly on body, but not uniquely, and body has. 19:23:46 If you think of of it as a stool, we have 3 legs that are asked absolutely determinants of health, and the first one is what we eat and drink. 19:23:55 Our nutrition. The second one is our how active we are! 19:24:00 And the third one is, how well we sleep. Most people think about what we eat and how active we are. 19:24:09 But equally important is sleep. So we're going to focus on tools that help us with those things. 19:24:14 So on your apple watch. You can do a lot of tracking. 19:24:19 You my words. It would be data collection, but what it looks at the sensors in your watch. 19:24:26 It covers heart rate, and I gave you a link. We will post this. 19:24:32 We're gonna record it. We're posting it, and we've got the transcript. 19:24:34 But those links are taking you through almost everything to the apple support site and the specific article that tells you about that feature. 19:24:44 So don't don't panic. If you don't catch it all, it's it's in the links. 19:24:49 And so heart rate tells you it's a measure of how hard is your heart working. 19:24:57 And when I was really really sick, my resting heart rate is usually 50 to 60. 19:25:02 When I was really 6 my resting her. It was 80, so I knew something was wrong. 19:25:07 The other thing that can go wrong is that your heart rate can be irregular, and I don't know if you watch TV. 19:25:12 But if you do, there's ads all the time for people who have atrial fibrillation and drugs to treat it. 19:25:18 But they talk about. Don't ignore it. That's really important. 19:25:22 So one of the things that your watch does is it tracks how regular your beats are if your beats are what we call irregular irregular, there's no pattern to the irregularity it will give you a notification, and then there's our level, of activity. 19:25:39 I I call it more mobility here, because it's focused on your movement, and you can set it up to track things like your steps or your exercise like, if you ride a bicycle, it's not limited to that. 19:25:56 There's a ton of options of swimming, you know. 19:26:00 Your watch will also track your swimming. If you want to do that, and then there's your cardiovascular fitness, your heart health that is actually based upon your consumption of oxygen. 19:26:14 And so I did put in the screenshot for O. 19:26:18 2, but it but it does monitor your oxygen levels, and if it gets low it will alert the when I was sick with Covid. 19:26:24 Normally oxygen levels are 94% to 100. 19:26:30 And most people live at 97 98. 19:26:32 All things being good. When I was sick with Covid I was 85 to 94, and it gave me an alert. 19:26:42 That said, you're range has changed more than 10 points over the last 5 days. 19:26:48 I mean. It notified me of that. And then most people care about steps rather than the circles, and so I did put in my favorite app for for that type of thing which also includes speed and distance so like for cycling or some other types of activities is strava, that that's the 19:27:14 one that link, that I give you. That doesn't go to Apple. 19:27:18 It goes to a different company, and Strava has a low end version, and then it has a premium version. 19:27:26 We don't pay for the premium version. We use the low end. 19:27:29 But if you're really big into something like cycling then you're gonna want the the higher end. 19:27:36 Or there is specific cycling apps, but that but it to get something that's comprehensive. 19:27:41 You may have to spend not much money, but a little bit to get that level of detail. 19:27:47 But all these things are available to you with the watch, the way it is, and keep going other than Strava. 19:27:54 And so we'll explain these 2 you've got to watch faces here to show you just there's a simple 5 version, which is what I use and then there's a more complex version of this. This is this is Kathleen's watch grace. 19:28:09 And this is a screenshot of her actual watch face. 19:28:13 She shows the date in the time. She also wants the weather there, that on the upper left there's a little symbol for blood oxygen. 19:28:23 You taps that, and it'll give blood oxygen, and she taps the heart, and he'll give her a heart rate. 19:28:27 The down. Her activity rings are down at the bottom, and by the way, she took this screenshot early in the morning, and you can see by 845 she'd already done something, and then the ex exercise one does exercise tracking yeah. It. Will bring up. A menu that you can choose what kind. 19:28:47 Of exercise and start it, and the next one is my watch face, and very different. 19:29:03 Yes. 19:28:53 Kathleen absolutely hates my watch face so she can not find anything my daughter's comment, when she looked at this was, Oh, Dad, it also said, tells time, but but some of these things don't sound like they have anything to do with health like in the upper left. 19:29:10 There's I can press that button to get a voice mail. 19:29:14 But this is actually a safety feature. I can be driving, or I can be riding my bike, or I can do something. 19:29:22 And I just touch the that corner of my watch, and I can dictate a voice memo, and it doesn't take my hands to do that other than to tap it to to start it. 19:29:34 You can. You can dictate a note to yourself very safely the Us. You again. 19:29:40 There's that symbol for the blood oxygen you tap that, and you can check your blood. 19:29:45 Oxygen, the weather. I always have that tides is special to me. 19:29:49 I'm a photographer, and I like to know what the tides are. 19:29:51 Because it changes the kind of types of photographs you can take. 19:29:56 There! There's an app for either breathing or meditation. 19:30:00 I never use the meditation product. I use the breathing app I use because it it it helps. 19:30:06 It's a way to basically palm you down after you've been active sometimes, I literally tell him, take a breath. Yes, she does. And the Strava app we have as well something. We ride our bikes. 19:30:28 It' the map is shows up on the phone doesn't jump into the watch. 19:30:30 It shows the London time, because our daughter lives in England, and then the apples. 19:30:36 Famous activity. Rings are down at the bottom in the way that he set his up. 19:30:40 It's giving him the numbers that go along with the rings. 19:30:43 I I didn't set mine up that I could have, but I didn't do mine that way. 19:30:48 So most normal people have something more like Catholics, but I was trying to see how much I could cram onto one screen alright. 19:30:57 So I'm going to. I thought several times about, How did I want this to flow? 19:31:03 And I was assuming you you read from left to right. 19:31:06 So I'm gonna go top line left to right and then bottom line left to right. 19:31:09 Just so. You know where we're at. So the heart rate we talked about, what does it look like? 19:31:18 Well, this. So this is a screenshot of my watch, with the heart rate of 77. 19:31:24 Currently, that's the the latest reading. But then it tells me that it was 88, 1 min ago, and then it tells you what my resting heart rate usually is, which is on this about 10 points higher than what it normally would be then the one on the right is when you want it to give 19:31:48 You a reading. This is what you see. Is that hard? 19:31:51 And if you select it, it gives you whatever the current reading is. 19:31:56 So the watch on the right, now that the square ones are screenshots of what you see. 19:32:02 But I've added in some things that show you the watch itself, and so on. 19:32:06 The right hand side. There's a big watch, and it's got a warning. 19:32:10 It says it. It's a high heart rate morning, and also there's a low heart rate warning. 19:32:15 So normal range is 60 to 100, all things being good, and then at night, when you're resting, 50 is okay, but not normally. 19:32:25 During the day, you wouldn't expect that. So here it's complaining that you consistently been 19:32:35 Sitting, you're you're not active. And yet your heart rate is bounced up above a 100. 19:32:43 And so it says that even though you've been sitting for 10 min, you've been basically between 125 and 130 beats minutes. 19:32:53 So this is, this is something that you would want to alert your primary care provider for. 19:32:58 And there's a number of reasons that can cause it. You know. 19:33:02 It doesn't tell you why. It just says this is not normal, you know. 19:33:06 You might have a spike of 130 for a moment or 2, but if you're inactive and you're heart weights above 100 for 10 min, that's something that you that you need to talk to primary care about, so the the idea of heart rate is that as long as you know 19:33:23 That you're falling within what's normal for you like a one distance runner. 19:33:29 They're going to be a maybe fifties and sixties, even though they're very active. 19:33:35 You know, people that are older. It tends to creep up and be a little bit higher, but if it's normal for you, that's all the good. 19:33:42 When it gets out of range, then you need to be aware of it. 19:33:45 The watch will actually let you set parameters so you can adjust it to your individual. 19:33:52 What's right for you when you want to be alerted. 19:33:56 So down on the bottom row, I want to point out in the center of that there's something called Ekg. 19:34:04 It shows a little heartbeat, and if you select that app, this is, these are when you can see the apps that are on your your apple watch, and you touch that little heartbeat, and then the screen on the right. 19:34:16 Bottom side is what you get, and it says that it's it's checking what the waveform is. 19:34:26 This is the actual electrical activity of your heart that's being shown on the screen it's a little bit messy because it's movement. 19:34:34 There's some movement, and in there and it's telling you that it's measured 27 s. 19:34:40 So far you will. It can go up to actually no, it's measured 3 s. 19:34:46 It's got 27 s to go 19:34:52 Of what you're doing, but you can change that too. 19:34:55 I mean, most people. 30 s is just fine, but some people with heart problems need it to be set up 1 min. 19:35:01 You can change it. You can change that parameter and say, I want you to do a full minute. 19:35:05 You can do that. It's also warned you that it's not checking for a heart attack. 19:35:10 So if you're having chest paid the ekg, it's not bad to have the data, but that it's not gonna give you a diagnosis. 19:35:18 It's not there to diagnose. It's just there to take the measure, whatever it is. 19:35:24 But the good news is you can share this information with your provider. 19:35:28 It will let you do that it won't automatically do it. 19:35:31 But you can. You can set it up and tell it to do it. 19:35:35 Okay, so again, we're gonna run across the the top first. 19:35:40 And you see Lawrence's, what face? And so on. 19:35:47 The right hand side. What he's done is he's used his watch to to to watch face, to tell it that it want. 19:35:56 He wants to do some activity, and it brings up a menu. 19:35:59 This is what kind of activity are you gonna do? So it wouldn't be an outdoor run for him or a trail run or an outdoor. 19:36:07 It might be an outdoor ride. He has a tricycle, could have been that, but the most common one which is kind of cut off at the bottom is the outdoor walk. 19:36:16 He and I use the that a lot when we go out, and this is Strava. 19:36:20 It's the one that not only tells you how far you were, how far you walked or road, and can you point to that? 19:36:36 Yeah, this is Strava. And so if he put that, and that's the menu he got. 19:36:42 And you, it's girls on forever, I mean, he'll let you do an elliptical or, you know, equipment, or whatever I mean. 19:36:48 It's like 30 choices that you can scroll through. 19:36:51 Alright on the bottom left is again option of different apps, and the one that I wanted you to focus on this, the second one down is like activity goes to the 3 rings. 19:37:03 If you select that the screen on the right is telling you what you have done for each of the rings, and you can scroll through it and get the specific numbers. 19:37:16 Remember on his watch. Can you point out that where it shows the rings? 19:37:21 But also gives you numbers. So if you click on the activity icon for the app, and that app comes up when you scroll across, then you can get the specific activity for reach. 19:37:36 Each, ring. 19:37:38 And then I would point out that there's a couple of ways to do Medicaid. 19:37:44 Ations. But there is an app called medications, and you can get a list of all your medications, or you can see what's do. 19:37:53 You can put in what time things should be taken, and it will actually alert you if you turn it on to alert, you will say, Okay, it's time for your whatever it is. 19:38:03 You should be taking like I have a lover that goes off at 20'clock. 19:38:05 And says, there's 3 things you should take it to a clock, and this is something that's built into the apple watch. 19:38:13 This med safe, the one that's below the one says medication is meant safe is a commercial one, and it's used for specific tracking. 19:38:21 By your physician, so your physician can keep track. Your physician will be alerted when you keep track of your medications. Yeah. 19:38:31 They also have one of her diabetic they have an an app that the doctor will prescribe that will track your blood, sugar, and some other things, and send it to the physician. 19:38:45 If you, if you have it done as a prescription, or you can just keep that information. 19:38:50 But you can get a report, and you can share that report with your provider. 19:38:55 So there's a lot of ways of doing this. So remember, I said that sleep was the third leg on the stool for your physical health, and I love that, Lawrence added in the comments. 19:39:06 So much sleep one third of your life. Yes, we spend about roughly one third of our life sleeping. 19:39:13 But what's really important about sleep is not just the hours you spend. 19:39:16 It's the quality of it. So on the upper left hand side you can see that there's an app called sleep, and it shows a bad, and if you select that you can create a schedule that says when you want to wake up in the morning and when you want to go to bed, at night, and 19:39:32 If you turn the alarm on, then it will. Your watch will vibrate. 19:39:37 The haptic Todd to to wake you up, and it works. 19:39:42 Most people that that's enough to let them know that they need to wake up. 19:39:48 And then the third one over on the top row. It tells you what you have set as your bedtime, and that the alarm is set for. 19:39:59 Wake up, but the bedtime then has a what do they call it? 19:40:03 A cool down period. So about 45 min before whatever you set it to be for your bedtime, it't it? 19:40:12 It tells you it's time to start slowing down it's time to get ready for bed, and then, if you don't, if you miss it, this is a goal that's been set as 2,300, and if you miss it it will give an alarm, and the alarm, will say well, if 19:40:28 You can't do 2,300 try. Make it at least. 19:40:32 You know, 1145 pm. So that you get a better sleep with them. 19:40:38 I mean, all of this is to coach you. That's the ideas. 19:40:42 Is this coaching you, and what you need to do, what steps you need to take so that you can have better sleep. 19:40:46 The bottom row. Starting on the left. It gives you a report, and so this is not only is it collecting data, but then it's showing you the results. 19:40:57 And on that. It's saying that today you went to bed at 1125, and you got up at 70. 19:41:04 5, and it's gives you a score. Today's score is in the yellow. 19:41:10 So you need to improve that. But you're overall school, which is based on 3 days, your average over 3 days is in the orange, which means you really, you know, today wasn't great. 19:41:20 But the previous 2 days must have been worse and so you really need to pay attention to this that's what it's telling you. 19:41:27 So and if you hit your goal in the very bottom of that, you'll see it's says Sleep, and it's got a yellow to green on it, and then it says it's cut off. 19:41:38 But it's 7 h and 30 min, and then it says goal. 19:41:44 If you actually achieve your goal, you get feedback that you made the goal so it's it's trying to guide you with wants to encourage you in what you're doing now, if you keep scrolling through the report in this next, example the this sleep was from midnight to 710 19:42:07 So you did 84% of an eight-hour goal. 19:42:11 And your three-day target is under. So you only did over the last 3 days. 19:42:16 67% of what you were trying to achieve. And then, if you keep going down, it will tell you what your resting heart rate was. 19:42:24 While you were sleeping. So if you have a nightmare, will be an example. 19:42:30 If you have a nightmare, your heart rate shoots up when that happens, and it will tell you that you had a spike at this point in time. 19:42:37 So that's when you look at the sleep stages. 19:42:41 And so the third one over in the bottom row is now looking at how the bottom of this the dark blue, is your deep sleep, but middle line is your light sleep, and then the top. 19:42:55 The orange is your activity. That's that's those are the stages of sleep. 19:43:01 So if you thrash around, you'll get an orange line, or if you get up and go to the bathroom and get an orange line. 19:43:09 So you know what the interruptions are, and then it gives you. 19:43:14 This is a moment in in time. You're just looking at one night's sleep. 19:43:20 But then, in the report it gives you a week at a time, and you can set this to show one week, 2 weeks, a month, 6 months. 19:43:29 You could set it to whatever you want, but on your watch, really, the 2 weeks is about the Max. 19:43:37 That's useful. If you want to look at more than that, you go to your phone to look at the more data. 19:43:42 But what it's saying is that you you were pretty consistent over the last 2 weeks with how much sleep you got 19:43:53 So what other things can we do with our our watched as we talked about earlier? 19:44:00 We've done our activity rings, but we can also do specific types of activities. 19:44:07 And the the 2 that that I'm inclined to do is I like to cycle. 19:44:12 I've got to try to go, and I like to go cycling, and I you can do that. 19:44:17 It will capture it. With what apple provides, but I would rather use Strava because they get more information. 19:44:27 It so you know Apple will give you the the bare bones of what you need to know. 19:44:33 But if you but if you want the 19:44:37 Total distance plus the speed plus the map. Apple doesn't do all that elevation and elevation. Yeah, apple doesn't do all that. 19:44:47 So so that's the difference. Your watch is designed for you to be able to use it to go swimming so you can do laps, and it will. 19:44:54 It will tell you lap times as well as your total swim. 19:44:58 So it it gives you the flow of your activity as you're swimming and it's it's useful. 19:45:07 I mean that you know. At least it gives you a sense. 19:45:09 It also touches calories burn. So it gives you a sense of how active you were, because it's not. All. 19:45:16 Strokes of the same, you know. Breast stroke uses a different level of energy than a backstroke, or whatever. 19:45:21 So it it knows that I mean it can tell by the movement what kind of stroke you're using, and it will tell you how many calories you're burning based upon that type of activity and you could do it like I said other exercise. 19:45:33 But this is what watch faces look like. The first one is just those 3 activity rings and move. 19:45:41 You're only at 6% and at exercise, you're at 13. 19:45:47 And this you get 12 times during your waking time that you're supposed to move from seated to standing, or or go from standing the city. 19:45:59 They want you to get up and down, and so that's that's what this is telling you, which is fine, because it's only 100'clock in the morning. 19:46:06 So, you know you got the rest of the day. It's okay. 19:46:10 But if that was 100'clock at night, you're way behind schedule. Right? 19:46:16 You just know that. Well, you're not gonna make up the distance between your goal and where you're at at that place. 19:46:21 The the middle one. I put the the icon, this the app symbol for cycling at the top. 19:46:32 So if you were looking through apps. That's the one that is specific to cycleing. 19:46:37 And then you can. You can hone in on it to what? Specific? 19:46:46 Type of cycling. You're doing so in this case. 19:46:49 I chose the multi-sport triathlon, because cycling is part of a 3 part. 19:46:55 Event, and it knows the difference between the slim part of the triathlon. 19:47:00 The cycle part and the run part, and it will give you breakouts for each of those individually as well as your performance. 19:47:09 Overall in your calories, burnt with that activity, and the time, the duration of each piece of it, so you can get a lot of information. 19:47:18 Oh, go back! One pull, swim you! This is what happens when you're doing something, and it thinks you're doing something, and it wants to know. 19:47:31 Do you want to record this like it knows that you're in the pool swimming, and it's what it's asking is, do you want to capture what you're doing? 19:47:40 So even if you don't, sometimes it'll start out on a walk, and then my watchful tap at me will say, it looks like you're doing an outdoor walk. 19:47:48 Would you like to record it? So if you don't think of it when you get started? 19:47:52 It. It doesn't take it too long before it says Mmm, maybe you're doing this. 19:47:57 You really want to capture that information or not? Okay? And then one of the safety features that I really like. 19:48:08 And this was a reason for us to to upgrade our our watches was to get the fall detection and reports, and so each you can fool it. 19:48:20 What was I do? Oh, clapping my hands, I was doing some really violent clapping in my hands, and it popped up and said, It looks like you've taken a fall, and I had, and I was just clapping my hands really hard, and I said, No, I'm okay, it's 19:48:34 All right. I'm not an emergency, but if you truly fall, it brings up the emergency call, and it will dial 911. 19:48:44 But it also. You can put in 2 or 3, 2. 19:48:49 You could put in 2 phone numbers of people that you want alerted. 19:48:52 So when our mother-in-law was living with us, and she did fall a lot, we had it set up for the emergency call, but also it would call him, and it would call me so we both would get notified if she fell, and if if she was okay she could turn it off it wouldn't call if 19:49:12 she, if she said, No, I'm okay. But if she didn't turn it off, then it then it automatically would alert. 9. 19:49:18 111, and Lawrence and I 19:49:23 And then you you can't have your medical Id on this, and that is the in an emergency, like an Emt. 19:49:32 If they know that you have an apple watch, they can bring up your medical Id and get just the the basics about you and on your phone. 19:49:43 There's more information available to. So this, this is really useful as a in an emergency situation. 19:49:54 These are the minimum things that people need to know. Now what type I will caution you. 19:49:59 They're never going to go by. What's on any record. 19:50:02 They are gonna test every single time. But they're going to give blood. 19:50:06 But it is a heads up for for the medical staff, so I will also tell you that you're your watch is locked, so that if somebody just comes up they can't get this information. 19:50:19 How the medical id is. It? You can access this without unlocking it, and the local emts across the entire country. 19:50:30 They've been trained on how to bring up the apple id on on an iphone or at the apple watch, and when my mother fell her once her her watch called 911, they came, and one of the things they did, even though I was standing there they looked at her watch to 19:50:49 See what it said, yeah, they're very familiar with how these things were, and I just want to have a shout out for swim. 19:50:57 Our our Emt. Staff. Here is phenomenal. 19:50:59 These guys are really good 19:51:02 So other types of guidance. We mentioned this earlier that body, mind, spirit, connection there. 19:51:09 There is mindfulness app that you can use, and it will let you do meditations that will let you do deep breathing, and he has a whole bunch of programs. 19:51:24 I mean, you don't have to be bored, and you could pick how long like this? The middle one? 19:51:29 Is beginning a meditation, and it tells it gives you directions. 19:51:35 What you should do, but then it also will give. You have to touch taps as you're changing from one thing to another thing, and the breathing does that like it? 19:51:48 Will, it will tap you to tell you to breathe in, and then it will tap you to tell you when to breathe out, so you don't. 19:51:53 You can leave your eyes closed, but you're doing the breathing. 19:51:58 According to this, the rhythm or cycle, and this one is set for 1 min. 19:52:02 But you can do a 30 min, or a 1 h, or whatever you want. 19:52:06 I mean there, there, you're not limited in any way to this. 19:52:10 You can scroll through and pick dozens of meditations like, I want to focus on being call. 19:52:20 Or I wanna focus on letting go of regret, or whatever it is you you just pick the type of thing you want to address, and then it will want to know well how much time do you want to spend doing that? 19:52:33 So you can go anywhere from 1 min to an hour on these 19:52:39 And then apple fitness plus is available, missed that. 19:52:49 And and so you get coaches. These are people who couch you through workouts. 19:52:55 And so you hear the voice, and also it will tap you when you need to change what you're doing. 19:53:02 And then you scroll through and select what the workout should be like. 19:53:07 Zooma, you know, if you wanna if you want to be dancing to dance music as a fitness workout, it'll tell you. 19:53:15 Now do this kind of move. Now do that kind of move, and then you can pick what kind of music you want to go along with it, and then you can pick how long you want to dance like I want to dance for 15 or 20 or however, many minutes 19:53:27 No, I'm gonna turn over to Lawrence. He's gonna do the iphone stuff don't have as many screenshots here a lot of the fitness stuff really is focused on the apple watch. 19:53:38 Because you're actually wearing it. And and when you move your body it moves to and knows that. 19:53:44 But your iphone can also do a lot of this stuff. 19:53:46 If you carry your iphone particularly in a Panthe pocket, it's really good accounting. 19:53:51 The number of steps in the distance you go. It doesn't work quite as well if you haven't in a shirt pocket, or if you have it in your purse, but if you carry with you it will track your steps so you can find out how active you were at least when you were carrying the 19:54:05 phone right? And if you set a goal it will let you know in the evening, like you need 10 more minutes of walking to reach your goal. 19:54:16 I mean you. You let you do things during the day, but when it's wind down time, it says oops before you know you stop all your activity. 19:54:23 If you just do X, amount of whatever it is you set the goal, for you will meet your goal for today. 19:54:30 It also has a medication tracker that's on the icephone that you give it all your medications it'll prompt you, for when you're supposed to take them, and then you have to explicitly say yes, I took this or otherwise, nag you really nice medication. 19:54:44 Tracking thing they did a lot of work, seeing what, how, what people needed. 19:54:50 It'll track your distance and also your altitude, depending upon the app you're using. 19:54:54 So around here where there are a lot of hills. It's it's one thing to go walking a mile in Kansas, where it's really flat. 19:55:01 You walk a mile around here you're probably going to go up and down quite a bit, which is more work because it's an iphone. 19:55:08 You can also add things to it. For example, Olympic Medical Center has they do their charting through something called my chart. 19:55:16 You can get an you can download from the apple store a my chart app for your phone or for your ipad. 19:55:25 And look at your online chart on your phone. The last time I was I was at Olympic Medical today for an appointment. 19:55:31 I forgot something, and I looked at my chart on my phone as he was asking me questions, and he thought that was really quite funny. 19:55:40 But I was using their records to tell him answers to questions. 19:55:44 He had, but there's a lot of it. There's a lot of information you can. 19:55:51 You can use simply because the phone is connected to the outside. 19:55:53 Go back for just second. The other nice thing about having my chart is, if we have basically in the state of Washington, 2 medical systems, and they are not good about exchanging information. 19:56:05 But like if I have to go to Bremerton to a Franciscan system that doesn't talk to the Olympic medical system, I can bring up that short information to share with the people there and then they know to go get something I mean that they can they can request it. 19:56:24 But if they don't know what they're asking for, they're not gonna get it. 19:56:28 But if I pull it up and say, Oh, this is what you're looking for, then they'll request it, and it will be sent over. 19:56:35 So it does help with communication 19:56:40 Other things that it does, that you may not think of as being healthy. 19:56:46 But are, you're you can have your iphone or your apple watch. 19:56:49 Share your location with your spouse, your parents, your children, whoever it is that you want to. 19:56:56 This is handy, like. For example, if if Kathleen has been an out and she said, You' go to home, coma went 10, and it's 11, and she hasn't come out, I can look on my phone and see where she is. 19:57:06 And I can see. Oh, she's still at church. Oh, she's shopping at Costco it's it's also we. 19:57:14 Don't. I don't think too many of us have any young children, but it's also good way to just keep track of your children so on and so forth. 19:57:20 So it is a health and safety feature. Well, our daughter is in England, and we do have a we agree to it. I mean, you know, whoever you're tracking has to accept that you're going to be able to trap our daughter in England. 19:57:33 Can track our phones, and we can track her phone. So, for example, because of the time zones, it differences is handy. 19:57:39 If I see that she's at work I won't call her, but I see that she's at home, and it's not midnight yet. 19:57:46 I I can call her without feeling too bad. Yeah, the other thing that's helpful is sometimes there are silver alerts or amber alerts, or whatever, but they're there. 19:57:57 People who go missing a lot of times. We'll have elderly people get lost, but you can find them by using the phone. 19:58:09 You can see where they're physically at, and I've had the police most as a parish nurse been asked by a family to help find somebody who's been missing for a couple of hours. 19:58:20 The police will ask me well, do they have an iphone? 19:58:22 Is it on them? They'll ask me that question Strava, which we mentioned before on on the watch, also works on the phone, and if you have, I I accidentally triggered Strava once, when I was at Costco and so it drew a map, of all the Aisles that I went up 19:58:43 And down, in in Costco, and told me how long the was. 19:58:47 1.4 miles in Costco, just as a point of reference within the first 6 months of the apple watch coming out, there had been thousands of rescues where you're the apple watch or the iphone at help in tracking people there was a very famous case here in Washington State where a 19:59:06 Guy fell off a tray in the Cascades, and the only thing he had on him was out of his apple watch. 19:59:12 But the apple watch said sent an alert saying that they'd had a fall, and using that information, the rescuers got to him before people in his own party knew he was missing. 19:59:23 Yeah, he got off a cliffs. They might have never found him if it had been for that watch. 19:59:29 Yeah. He fell like 300 feet. So definitely useful. The new iphone 8 has a new feature, and it's only available on the iphone age and phones going forward. 19:59:41 A crash function there are on the iphone. There are a whole bunch of accelerometers and accelerometers, a chip that basically measures the force. 19:59:50 The app that you're moving W. How much energy do you using to move? 19:59:54 And when you come to a crash, the accelerometers kind of freak out. 19:59:58 So the apple decided that. Okay, if it if the if the phone has experienced that much of a deceleration or acceleration, you were probably in a crash, and it'll call 9 1, one, let's just stop it right? 20:00:13 So there's a cancel. It if it wasn't a crash, and you don't need help. 20:00:15 Just hit cancel. But if you really need help, like, if you're unconscious, it will just call 4 days after the iphone 8 was released, a guy in Bellevue crashed into a tree late at night, and the paramedics were there before anyone knew that the guy was in 20:00:36 Trouble, like the iphone said, there's been a crash. I'm here. 20:00:40 Come and get me. And they said that because he was bleeding, that if they hadn't responded that quickly he probably would bled to death. 20:00:48 So. But that's only 20:00:48 Hey! Hey? No! You're saying that. That's iphone 8. 20:00:53 But I think you're talking. Iphone 14 20:00:57 Oh, I'm sorry, I said. Iphone at your right. 20:01:00 It is 14. Fortunately I can change that right here. 20:01:00 Yeah, yeah. Excel to my phone 8. And it doesn't have that 20:01:03 No, no, no, it's right. No, it's it's the iphone. 20:01:09 Okay. Thank you. 20:01:08 14. It's similar to it's similar to the fall alarm that's in the iphones. 20:01:17 I watch 7 and greater. But it's the iphone 14 that has a crash detection. 20:01:22 The iphone because it through the fitness plus also can guide you through Yoga exercises and meditation, and so on. 20:01:30 So forth. A bunch of activities, and you might not think, well, why would you want that on your phone? 20:01:35 Well, I'll get to that in a second. It also the iphone also helps with the sleep reports before we, before they had the sleep apps on the watch, we actually track sleep with our phones, and it also has some things that help with that for example, we have it set for us there's a focus. 20:01:54 Setting that you can set up. We tell our phones that they don't accept phone calls after 10 or before 8, unless they're one of our relatives. 20:02:04 Right. We we we told it. Let these numbers through. If it's emergency. 20:02:09 But loc everything else, and the police can still get through, and things like that. 20:02:13 But basically we just don't get our phones still have an area code for the east coast. 20:02:19 And so sometimes we we would be getting calls at like 5 in the morning, because they think we're at work, and it stops that. 20:02:26 Just because it silences them. I will. I'll we're kind of running out of time. 20:02:33 So I'm gonna start over the accessibility part. But you can also use your phone to help you with vision issues, with hearing issues, with physical and motor things because of settings on the phone that will actually help you with things like that. 20:02:47 Yeah, that magnifying glass is really useful. If you're in a dimly lit restaurant with small print on the menu is a great and if you can't see the normal iphone lettering in such, you can blow it up or big it boulder and modern hearing, aids will have settings 20:03:06 That will let you talk directly between the hearing aid and the phone. 20:03:10 So a lot of people who can't normally hear on a phone with the hearing aid. 20:03:16 If you set it up to use the Bluetooth feature, you will be able to cure things that otherwise you would not. 20:03:23 I'm a very impressed with the way that technology, because what it does is it? 20:03:27 Can translate it from frequencies that you can't hear into frequencies that you can I mean, it's really sophisticated. 20:03:35 It's really amazing. 20:03:39 Apple TV. I wanted to mention Apple TV because the apple TV, I know a lot of people don't have them, but it the apple TV. 20:03:46 Among other things, can be a health tool, because through Apple's fitness plus program, you can get work out coaches fit, disc coaches. 20:03:56 Yoga coaches, exercise coaches, and somebody shows you on TV how to do something. 20:04:01 That you should follow along, and if you're not following the same speed or anything, you don't care, because there's not the entire class there and you can level like they have a very nice series for older adults on how they improve balance, and you know they have some seeded exercises and chair 20:04:19 Exercises, and whatever, and but they're done in small segments, and they're minimize distraction. 20:04:26 I mean, they've they've really done a nice job of of tailoring the program to the target audience. 20:04:32 Whatever it is. Did you move this 20:04:39 And I was gonna talk some more about things with the Mac. But I'll skip that for another time and get to the demo, and that go away 20:04:56 And for this we're going to do something strange 20:05:07 Here, so he's plugged his iphone into the computer and set it to mirroring so that you can see what's on his iphone. 20:05:19 You're sharing right? Yes, I certainly hope so. 20:05:22 Is everyone still there? 20:05:23 Yes. 20:05:23 Yes. 20:05:24 Yes. 20:05:24 Okay, because I can't see anything other than what's on the screen here. 20:05:31 We hope 20:05:35 Hey! 20:05:38 Iphone store. Okay? 20:05:40 Yeah, I was actually trying to find something. But Hi, I won't worry about that. 20:05:47 Got to do something else instead, that accessibility and 20:06:00 Okay, this is my watch. You're actually looking at my watch. 20:06:09 I'm gonna I'm gonna click on the strava application that's that orange icon in the lower left corner when I click on that, it says, what kind of activity I want to have an outdoor run? 20:06:22 A trail run outdoor riot, a walk indoor, run indoor right? 20:06:27 All kinds of these different activities and the one that I I don't do, skateboarding so and so forth. 20:06:32 What I do to mostly do is I I use the bicycle. 20:06:35 So that's what the Strava app is. And this is the activities thing that is quite famous in all the ads about 2% on your movement. 20:06:46 And it gives you the rings at the top, and then down below it gives you more discrete things and times, and so on, so forth. 20:07:00 And summer is the weekly yes, and the one I wanted to show you, though, is demonstration, is the blood oxygen. 20:07:02 So if I click on this and I say, start, it'll test my blood oxygen level. 20:07:08 It takes 15 s and yeah, I have to stop fairly. Still, if I move too much, get bad at me and start over again. 20:07:17 But it'll test the blood oxygen and then tell me how I'm doing. 20:07:21 And the answer is, 99%. So I'm I'm fairly healthy and we'll show up on the phone in the health. Yeah, it'll show up as as a recording. 20:07:31 There. The other one I want to show you is the this one is, yeah, I can both show you, but it also has a feeling part that you can't tell, and that's the breathing application. 20:07:41 If you if you have any kind of respiratory issues, and I have really bad allergies. 20:07:47 Sometimes it helps just to engage in deep breathing, and this that's what this breathing app does. 20:07:53 Is it guides you through that? And why aren't you? 20:07:59 It guides you, and it gives you this visually, and when it's ready it actually taps my wrist, and when it taps my wrist it's telling me to breathe 20:08:09 So you can actually feel it as well as see it. And it's also fairly pretty. 20:08:17 And but anyway, this goes on, for however long I want it to go on and I don't want you to go through the whole thing. 20:08:25 But that's it's right on my wrist. 20:08:26 So it's very easy to bring up, and then there are things that aren't on my wrist. 20:08:31 For example. Oh, yeah, that's what I'm trying 20:08:37 Lawrence? What was the shortcut for the the blood oxygen? 20:08:43 What did the symbol look like 20:08:46 It's called what is it called green? No, no, she's she's talking about the yeah. 20:08:53 It's blood blood oxygen. Yeah, it's it's this symbol right here, down yeah. 20:08:58 Is that it did it? Did it come with the watch? 20:09:02 Yes, it's it's from Apple 20:09:05 But only the newest versions 20:09:09 Maybe a couple and 20:09:09 It's been. Our. I guess it's couple of versions yeah, it's give you an Ekg, and what you do is you hold on to the Crown, and it takes 30 s and it'll give you an Ekg, and it's going to tell you that I have 20:09:33 Arithmetic because I have a red man. This is that irregular, irregular heartbeat that I was 20:09:44 And when almost there, almost there, and still almost there, blessed are the impatient. 20:09:56 Okay. 20:09:56 Atrial, February. 20:10:08 We're having an episode of typically, it's light headedness is the most common. 20:10:12 And you do your Ekg, and it shows this irregular, irregular pattern. 20:10:18 Then it wants to know. So tell me what's going on. 20:10:20 At this moment in time? Are you short of breath? Are you lightheaded? 20:10:22 Alright! 20:10:24 Are you? You know it just goes down a list, and you just say, yes, yes, no, yes, type of it. 20:10:29 And the nice thing about the ekg, it creates a Pdf. 20:10:35 And the Pdf. That it creates on the phone. 20:10:38 The Pdf. That it creates. You can then send to your provider health care, provider, if you want to, but anyway, it's got just a whole bunch of things on here that I use all the time, and as you saw there's also applications for things like ferry watch for or 20:10:57 Checking fairies, so a whole bunch of things as you can see. 20:11:07 It's mostly apple watch centric, and we're not trying to advertise Apple watch. 20:11:12 But they're just the the number of health things that are involved with the apple watch. 20:11:19 It's truly quite amazing. Several insurance companies and several health maintenance organizations. 20:11:27 Hmos! Now our buying apple watches for their patients, or their their insuries like this one. 20:11:34 There's an Executive Insurance company that's backed by Lloyds of London, and in order to reduce their risk, they require that you that the people who take out these life insurance policies have an apple watch and that the insurance company get the records so this way they 20:11:50 say that they don't smoke, and they don't drink, and so on, and so forth. 20:11:55 Believe it or not. They track that stuff because they're not gonna give you a discount on your premiums unless you can prove that you're actually doing something. 20:12:02 Healthy, like. You're a smoker. Your o 2 sats are not going to be normal. 20:12:07 They just won't, and the with the health, maintenance things, the the Va. 20:12:12 For example, for some of their patients, they are buying them Va. 20:12:16 Buys apple watches and gives them to the patients. 20:12:18 For or for certain types of things, and the military Kathleen worked with this group at Waltery. 20:12:26 Military Medical Center in DC. They were buying apple watches for severely winded wounded soldiers, because, in addition to tracking their health, it also gave them more control over their environment, they could do things like answer their phone just by tapping their watch, rather than having to go find the phone particularly if they 20:12:46 were in a wheelchair, or they were in a bed. It was. 20:12:50 It was just a way for them to be more mobile and to have greater reach than they would otherwise well, and the other thing they would do is they would set it up that if somebody got anxious if their heart rate went up and their breathing got more, rapid in their oh, 2 levels we're shifting 20:13:09 Rapidly. It would automatically. There's app called Hook Box, and the hope box will automatically open up and say, it's appears that you are feeling anxious. 20:13:20 Would you like to? And then it gives you a list of options and it learns what you like and what you don't like, so it'll change the order of the list according to the things that you use more frequently being at the top of the things that you never use being at the bottom they're still accessible. 20:13:36 But it learns what works best for you. 20:13:40 Anyway, we've been talking now for an hour, and plus any questions. 20:13:50 And we actually didn't cover everything we had. Yes, you're muted. 20:13:56 Yeah. Kathy. 20:13:56 No mute, the ekg on the watch. Does it keep records throughout the whole day of your rhythm? 20:14:05 Oh! 20:14:05 No! A it. Oh, it's it's on demand. 20:14:08 The main one. 20:14:09 So, if you think that you think something strange, you can, you can trigger it. 20:14:14 And taking. Ekg, but no, it doesn't constantly monitor. 20:14:17 That would use an awful lot of power. So now it't do that. 20:14:22 It does on the new on Kathleen's watch, it will constantly monitor her. 20:14:29 O, 2 sat! Does that constantly? Mine's an older one. 20:14:32 Doesn't do that. But the Ekg. Is strictly on demand. 20:14:35 It. It it can't Mont, counselling monitor. 20:14:38 It that would require a lot of power. Choose. 20:14:40 But it can do a Pdf Pdf. 20:14:44 And save it 20:14:45 Yeah. Oh, no. If if you take an ekg, it automatically saves a Pdf on your phone. 20:14:52 Oh! 20:14:52 Yeah. And you don't have to tell it to do that. It just automatically does that. And then it's it's timestamp. 20:15:02 So you can say, Oh, this is the one I took it 407. I'm gonna send that to my doctor. 20:15:04 I see. 20:15:04 So it's it's quite convenient, and it will if you' your heart starts doing really funny stuff. 20:15:13 It will ask you if you want an Ekg, you could set parameters a lot of doctors who have patients that are having heart problems, but they're not sure exactly what it what it is. 20:15:22 They will set certain parameters to say, and and then the watch will prompt you, and say, it appears that you are beyond your low limit, or you're beyond your high level, or whatever it is. 20:15:35 Do you want to take any kg, now? It will ask. 20:15:38 I forgot something I was going to demonstrate, so I'm going to go back and demonstrate that. 20:15:42 Oh! What is I'm going to bring up this again? 20:15:51 No, I have mirror at first. 20:15:52 So you're saying that it can actually do a 6 lead. 20:15:56 Ekg. In addition to 20:15:58 16, 20:15:57 No, no. 20:16:02 Oh! 20:16:03 Yeah, it. It only has limited point of reference. 20:16:08 So it's. It's not a. It's not a full. 20:16:12 It is considered medical grade. But it's not, it's not. It's not a 12 late, it's not a that's not what I want to show 20:16:18 Actually on my Wat chip calls at a Ecg. 20:16:22 I don't know what the difference is, but 20:16:24 Well, electrocardi, grab in German has a K. 20:16:28 Oh, so the same thing! 20:16:31 Same thing. 20:16:27 But electric cardogram and English has a seat. This is this is a locked iphone. Right now. 20:16:35 It's locked, and that's my granddaughter yelling at. 20:16:38 That is 3 trees. But if I press the 2 slides at the same time, it'll trigger. 20:16:44 They'll trigger the wrong thing. I'm trying to trigger the emergency 20:16:50 I just did a screenshot 20:16:56 One buttons. Oh, that's because, just looking at me, let's try this again. 20:17:00 Yeah. And I don't want it to do that 20:17:07 Hey? It's not doing what I wanted to do. 20:17:11 I wanted to show you that it the medical alert that's built into the iphone. 20:17:17 But it's not triggering it 20:17:17 It. It's 5 s. It's 5 s 20:17:22 Yeah, I was too impatient 20:17:23 I've I've triggered it accidentally several times 20:17:28 But the it. The iphone, will bring that up, and and and paramedics are trained to trigger it so that they can. 20:17:38 Even if it's locked they can read the medical alert information. 20:17:41 And your phone does your watch has that same capability, and if you have an iphone and you have not done that, the way to get that is, you go into the health app on the it looks like a heart, and then just fill out all the information I'm just gonna want to know your name. 20:18:00 Your age, height. Wait, and then you can list things that you think are important. 20:18:06 Do you have a pacemaker? Do you have? Have you had a transplant? 20:18:10 Whatever it is. That you think is important, that if you're on a blood center, anything that you think would be of importance to to an Emt, also, they want to know if you have any implants that mean you can't go through an MRI, if you we've had an implant since 20:18:28 Crazy. 20:18:30 2,000! Something. It's probably been titanium, and you can probably go through an MRI. 20:18:34 But if you had an implant done in the sixtys and seventies, putting you through, an MRI could kill you because the it would rip it out so, anyway, aside from the gory details I wanted to show you that. 20:18:55 At this. 20:18:48 But it's it's easy enough to fill it out on your phone or on your watch, and it's useful because the Mps are trained to look like for it. 20:18:58 Yes. 20:18:57 Lawrence question the April apple launch ultra in the advantages to go into it 20:19:07 The apple watch. Ultra. It's it has become really, really, really popular. 20:19:15 At my former place of employment, but the National Ocean Service is kind of interested in the ocean as a whole bunch of scuba divers, and it the the second apple released that it became the favorite dive watch on on the planet because it does a whole bunch of things that you wanted to dive watch 20:19:32 But awesome whole bunch of other things. It's more rugged. 20:19:36 It can. It's it's a really fine watch. 20:19:39 They happen to have one on display at Costco so if you go into Costco, you can look at a regular apple watch in their display area, and then there's an ultra and you'll see that it's considerably larger than an apple watch and I have a friend. 20:19:54 She's probably a 100 pounds. Phd. Oceanographers so on and so forth. 20:20:00 But she's really tiny. She got an apple watch, and she said the the most discontent thing for her was that she had this large thing on her wrist, but she got used to it, but she's also a diver, so you know she would if she had a dive watch, it'd be 20:20:17 large too. It's but it is considerably larger and heavier than an apple watch. 20:20:20 It's like I don't know, 4 ounces or something like that, instead of 2 or something. 20:20:27 It's. It's larger. So if you want to, just go to Costco, and you can just look at it in person. 20:20:34 And you can say, yes, that's considerably larger. 20:20:36 It's far more durable. It's it's basically unrelated. 20:20:41 It's titanium, I mean, it's it's a it's a beast, but it has a whole bunch of capabilities. 20:20:48 The regular watch doesn't have Krist. Did you have a comment 20:20:53 I have a couple of questions. I think the the Se. 20:20:58 That I got second generation, is he, even though it's new. 20:21:04 Recent. I don't think it's capable of doing all the things the Kathleen showed us. 20:21:13 That is. 20:21:13 There at least one or 2 that are not included, that I'm aware of. 20:21:19 But in practical terms I haven't connected my iphone or the watch to my new router yet. 20:21:31 I haven't set up the new router, and I'm thinking that there is some software for the watch as well as updating for the iphone. 20:21:42 That I don't have yet, because I've been all on a cell signal 20:21:49 Okay, I, 20:21:50 And the the second part of that is, I have noticed that when my iphone is in the computer room, and I'm out on the front deck, the 2 are not connected. 20:22:07 If I'm within, say, 50 feet, maybe 70 feet of the iphone, they're they're connected. 20:22:17 But once I get out the front door and on the front porch they're not connected 20:22:23 That will that will improve when you put them on. Wi-fi, and you don't actually have to put the watch on Wi-fi. 20:22:29 The watch is really, really, tightly tied to your phone. 20:22:34 So if you put your phone on Wi-fi, it'll automatically put the watch on Wi-fi as well, and once they're on Wi-fi, Wi-fi has a much wider range. 20:22:44 Than Bluetooth. What! You're doing right now is basically using Bluetooth and Blue truth is designed. 20:22:49 The. It's really originally designed for 15 feet 20:22:54 Okay. 20:22:54 Or less, and it's improved. So it does go farther. 20:22:59 But with Wi-fi it's it's it's quite a bit wider range. 20:23:18 Nope. 20:23:04 Than Bluetooth. Yeah, the other thing is, since the watch and the iphone are connected is that if you set airplane mode on one, it will set up for the other, unless you turn it off, so it just assumes that if you're an airplane mode everything should be an airplane 20:23:21 mode 20:23:22 Well, airplane airplane mode I don't need theater mode is intriguing 20:23:29 Well the reason we mentioned this is, I'm just. We were just trying to say that they talk to each other all the time and share information. 20:23:36 Okay, so is. 20:23:36 So. And if you have, what by it is you're gonna have a you can wander farther from the phone 20:23:44 Okay, so one thing that the Verizon store people person told me was that the watch had its own phone number. 20:23:58 Every. 20:23:55 But it wouldn't be used. And and on my Verizon bill, clearly, there's a charge 20:24:13 Beth, yeah. 20:24:07 Cost price monthly for the watch. So at this point my my phone combined phone iphone and watch Bill is twice what my flip phone bill was 20:24:26 2 months ago. 20:24:24 Yeah, well, yeah, that's 20:24:28 But you put Chris on my watch. Mine is capable, too, of having its own phone number or so that you can use your phone or your your watch while your phone is in the car. 20:24:41 Bye. 20:24:40 You know, doesn't have to be within reach. But when I actually activated my watch, I told it not to make it. 20:24:46 Its own like identity. I didn't want that extra bill I don't know if it's like a line that they add a like an additional line cost or whatever. 20:24:55 But they's a way that you don't need to activate that. 20:24:57 So I I 20:24:57 No, I have. I'll talk the Verizon folks 20:25:01 Yeah. The 20:25:06 Sure. 20:25:01 Yeah, can I ask you a quick question? Or for Lawrence either one on my watch when I am watching something? 20:25:12 Oh, I should say on my phone when I'm watching or listening to apple music, Youtube, anything that has audio even in Facebook. 20:25:23 If it has audio, I get the play symbol and the pause, and all that. 20:25:27 It drives me nuts. It's such a PET peeve of mine. 20:25:30 I know why it's there. I think it's great. 20:25:32 If you need to adjust volume for whatever from your watch. 20:25:35 But I think it's dumb. Is there a way to get it off my watch? 20:25:41 Look, everywhere. 20:25:49 It should be in settings, it should, it should be in settings 20:25:41 I've never thought about. Yeah, I've never thought about that, so I can't answer that because I but but if you, if you no, it's automatic. 20:25:55 I've even had 20:25:57 But if you push the button on the side you can do other things. 20:26:04 I mean it. It's a default. Yeah. 20:26:01 Yeah, yeah, you can just push the crown, but then it pops right back over on its own little willy nilly, and then he can scare you 20:26:10 Not doing something else and come back. Yes. 20:26:12 And then, if you're really not paying attention and you move the crown. All of a sudden the volume goes really loud, and it can scare everybody in 20:26:21 Just saying I had that experience, and I didn't know why I was on. 20:26:27 The volume got loud, but it was because I turned the crown which adjusts volume, and I just wish, cause I it's not mere to my phones, apps. 20:26:37 It's not, ie. Deleted a ton of apps to make sure they're not even on there. 20:26:42 I try to get rid of get Amazon use. 20:26:45 I want everything off of it, so I get rid of that play because I listen to a lot of my phone. 20:26:48 But I don't want it on my watch and siri things I'm talking to her, but so you don't know if you don't know of a way that again 20:26:54 I've never I've never! I've never looked into it. It never occurred to me to try so 20:26:59 Okay. 20:27:00 Another little thing you can do is use it to trigger your your camera on your phone to get a group picture if you want to, too 20:27:09 Yeah, I thought that was cool. Yeah, it's your button for your yeah. 20:27:14 Sure. Yeah. 20:27:13 What's the call? You should, whatever the yeah shutter picture. 20:27:18 Yeah. 20:27:16 It's a remote shutter. Yeah, I I, Kathleen was playing with my phone one day, and it was looking at it. 20:27:28 And I thought, Okay, I'm gonna take your picture. And so I have this picture of her underneath her chin. 20:27:36 I'm sure she's proud of that moment. 20:27:39 No, I'm pretty sure she deleted it immediately. 20:27:46 I'd be in the same photo as you, Kathleen. 20:27:50 Oh, thank you both 20:27:50 It. She tells she tells me at least, oh, once or twice a week, that it's it's lucky I've lived this long, and never sounds very friendly 20:28:04 Any other questions. 20:28:06 I had one quick one. I'm assuming, with everything you said, and I've heard that the apple watch doesn't work with any other phone than iphone. 20:28:17 Is that correct? 20:28:17 That's that's not a that's not entirely true. 20:28:29 Yeah, it's cool. 20:28:21 But in terms of the capability for all. For most practical purposes it's a it's an extension of the iphone. 20:28:33 And I know people who have apple watches and don't have a phone. 20:28:37 I'm dead! 20:28:36 But in the terms of what they can do. It's it's it's not nearly as broad a range as what you can do. 20:28:42 If you have an iphone 20:28:43 Well, like if you, if you took the Ecg. On your I one on your on your apple watch, would it send it to a different phone other than iphone 20:28:52 You, you can send it to an email address. So it doesn't really. 20:28:56 Oh, okay. 20:28:57 Yeah, it. Doesn't have to be, doesn't have to be on your phone. 20:29:02 It can. You can just send it to an email yeah, I mean, if you have an iphone, it's automatic. But it doesn't mean you can't do it. 20:29:09 It's just do it. 20:29:10 Right? Okay, thank you. 20:29:12 Yeah, there, there are some things that that you do not have to have an iphone to use your watch for. 20:29:20 It's just augmented like there's more things you can do, data that it will automatically send to the phone. 20:29:31 So you can get, because there's more green space. 20:29:35 You can get bigger reports. No, it's not that that data is not there. 20:29:39 It is, but you just can't see it, because the face is so small you can't see everything yeah, I think Kathleen's watch has 32 gigs of RAM, and just imagine my first personal computer had 48,000 Byte and this thing has 32 20:29:58 gigs in her watch. So it's a it's a very powerful computer in its own right. 20:30:03 Also just as an Fy. Both of of ours. Our cellular watches, so that we can actually send receive calls without using our phone if I leave the phone at home in someone calls me, I can answer it on the watch. 20:30:19 It looks kind of strange. You're standing there in the church. 20:30:26 Yeah. 20:30:22 Hello. Hello. Yes. People. Got? Oh, yes, yes, yes. 20:30:28 Lawrence Denise has a question 20:30:35 Yes. 20:30:30 I, just, yeah, I have a real quick one. You mentioned the magnifier, which sounded terrific, but I didn't understand how to get it. 20:30:38 Is it an app, or is it part of the oh. 20:30:39 Oh, no! It comes on the phone. He'll he'll do a demo of that. 20:30:44 Or where do you find it that I miss that more 20:30:45 Oh, I was, let him plug in, and he'll let's where is sharing? There it is. 20:30:49 Thank you. 20:30:53 Keep on moving. Sharing. Okay? Mirror 20:31:03 There we go. Okay, here is a very, very busy screen. 20:31:09 If I pull down from the top I get this menu. 20:31:14 That was my next question. 20:31:12 Of things that you can do, and one of them is that a magnifying glass and let's get back there. 20:31:24 It's kind of come on the magnifying glass is on the bottom row, and it's got it looks like a magnifying glass, and it's got up plus Simon in the middle of it, and if you press that you get the magnifying glass and with the magnifying glass, you pointed at something 20:31:40 Okay. Fantastic. 20:31:43 Okay. 20:31:49 Okay. 20:31:39 and you can make it larger. Or if I point, I pointed at some piece of text I can blow it up, or I can zoom in and out, and it's it just a way to to see things that are difficult to see. 20:32:04 Have a flashlight, or let's see what else is in that list. 20:32:08 I I guess that was my. My first question was, I didn't know how to get to that screen 20:32:14 It's kinda calculator. It's got a timer. 20:32:17 It's got a barcode, reader. It's got a recorder from Memos. 20:32:23 You can bring up wallet, you. I have it so it I can press Shazam, and if a piece of music playing in a restaurant, I say, what is that? 20:32:31 It'll tell me what the music is. A whole bunch of things, and 20:32:34 Denise. When you go to the top right corner, pull down from there, not in the center, the centers notifications, but the top right like over the battery 20:32:43 Okay. 20:32:45 Yeah. 20:32:45 But with an old, with an old phone like mine, am I? 20:32:55 Hmm. 20:32:49 I have an 8. You have to pull up, and from the bottom right corner and diagnosed 20:32:54 Hmm mine's 12, and I don't see a magnifier on it. 20:33:00 You know accessibility, or I think it's an accessibility. 20:33:05 You can add all kinds of shortcuts right there, like your calculator. 20:33:08 Okay. 20:33:09 And 20:33:10 Your flashlight. What did Lawrence say? He has Shazam already? 20:33:14 How is it? 20:33:18 Umhm. 20:33:14 Put in there you can select the different options for your shortcuts. There 20:33:19 I'll have to figure that out 20:33:19 If it's if you go into settings, if you go into settings on the iphone, go into control center. 20:33:26 There's just a whole bunch of things you can add. 20:33:31 Okay. 20:33:35 Okay. Thank you. 20:33:27 Yeah. It gives you a I have to. Actually, I have to limit it because I don't want to spend my time. 20:33:39 Scrolling, through all things that I don't use. 20:33:42 But any other questions 20:33:44 Yes, walking a cemetery. Is there any way to activate that without having the phone at my waist 20:33:54 It it. It will keep you. It'll it'll map what you're doing. 20:34:00 It doesn't have to be at your waste. 20:34:04 The reason why I mentioned that at your waste for walking is, that it gives you the most accurate measure of the amount of effort it takes to walk right. But if you're wearing a watch oh, we I think she's talking about. 20:34:15 I think she's talking about the the phone. But for the phone to it'll get the most accurate measurement of distance and of energy. 20:34:23 If it's if it's in the in the pants pocket or if I'm wearing a coat, I stick it in my coat pocket, and because it has to do with movement so because that co-pot it's by my hip it captures the 20:34:48 Yeah. 20:34:38 Most movement. If you're capturing your movement from your watch, as your arms are moving because your arms naturally swing as your walking, it captures up from your arm. Good answer 20:34:55 Oh no! It'll still capture it because of the sellerometer. 20:34:48 And if you have a dog on a on a leash, and so your arms not moving around 20:35:01 Yeah. The accelerometer knows you're moving 20:35:03 What screws it up 20:35:10 Like you go into health, and then I I find it occasionally. 20:35:16 I don't always, but I I have a new knee, and I'm trying to keep from limping, which is, that should help 20:35:23 Yes, yes. 20:35:25 I I it never shows any data is a problem 20:35:31 In the activity it. That's again something. 20:35:41 It has a default stride, but depending on how tall you are, you may your stride may be shorter, and so it may not be capturing it accurately. 20:35:50 Yeah. The 20:35:51 I, just yeah, it says, no data. So 20:35:54 Are you looking at your activity, at the fitness app on the phone? 20:35:58 No, I'm in health under walking a cemetery 20:36:01 Oh! Oh! That the health, though, gets the data from us! 20:36:06 Other things, right? Right? The help is just a a aggregator of various sources that are feeding things to it. 20:36:16 And you need to go into the health settings and tell it where it can get data. 20:36:18 But the the fitness app on the phone is where all of that activity is collected. 20:36:23 It's not in the health app. It's in the fitness, right? But 20:36:25 Okay, okay. I mean, I've got. I use that every day 20:36:28 Never told the health app. We're not okay. 20:36:34 Okay. Thank you. 20:36:37 Speaking of which you can also time the fitness app to your health record. 20:36:43 It depends upon who your get your health from, but the advantage for me entying my Omc health data into the Apple Health Record, the Apple Health Record has these really nice pretty bar charts, and so on. 20:37:00 And so forth, that it takes the data that you get from Omc, which is usually fairly boring and 20:37:09 Turns it into things that I can understand. So if it's worth it, if you if you have an online chart to tie it into your into the apple health app right? 20:37:21 And then the other thing is on the steps. If you go in and scroll to the right bottom, it says, Add to favorites, and it will automatically put steps into your summary. 20:37:33 So you you you can control how much or how little you have on your summary 20:37:44 Like I said we had about 3 h worth of material, and we spend an hour on it, so there's a lot of stuff, and I get. 20:37:51 Thank you. 20:37:52 I didn't get to the accessibility stuff at all, but I consider I consider accessibility also. 20:37:59 A health issue, because as we get older, our our ability to access printed data and sound, and so on and so forth, is compromised. 20:38:08 And the Mac and the iphone have a lot of things on them to deal with. 20:38:13 Accessibility. But we can do that. What we what are we gonna do next month is my next question. 20:38:20 Oh, a cat! We've seen that cat before! 20:38:27 Ideas for what we be doing next month 20:38:34 Let's do accessibility. 20:38:37 Yeah. 20:38:37 I was. Gonna say, can we do a part B with this 20:38:34 I will tell you that. Oh, okay, we can do accessibility. 20:38:42 Well, thank you. About it in terms of we'll think about a part. 20:38:48 B. But accessibility I would like to do. I did. 20:38:52 Want to mention. Apple introduced some new computers today. 20:38:55 They introduced some new macbook pros with M. 2 chips and a new Mac Mini, with an M. 20:39:04 2, chip, and M. 2 and an M. 2 pro chip, the little Mac Mini is 5 99. 20:39:13 And and basically this new Mac mini is more powerful than an Imac. 20:39:16 Of course, because it's Mac Mini. It doesn't have a screen, doesn't have a mouse, doesn't have a keyboard. 20:39:21 You have to supply those. But Apple introduced those today, and if you're in the market for a new Mac, you might go to Apple Site and take a look. 20:39:30 Any other questions. 20:39:33 I will take a look at the recording and see if it's decent and the close captioning and if they're decent I'll post them on the website in case you went will post and the keynote presentation will post on the website probably not the next day 20:39:56 Do. 20:39:52 or 2, but I will get around to it. Anything else. Oh, think about topics for an in-person meeting. 20:40:03 We'll we'll talk about that as well 20:40:08 Thank you. Lawrence. 20:40:07 Thank you. 20:40:09 Thank you. 20:40:05 In person meeting. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. 20:40:11 Thank you. 20:40:12 Bye, everybody! 20:40:08 Yes, thank you, Lawrence. Kathleen 20:40:13 Bye. 20:40:13 Bye.