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How to Record Your Screen on iOS

The following steps will let you record your screen:
  1. Go to Settings / Control Center / Customize Controls.
  2. Select Screen Recording by clicking a green plus icon next to it as shown in the screenshot below
  3. Select Screen Recording by clicking a green plus icon next to it as shown in the screenshot below.
  4. Close the settings and open Control Center by swiping up from the bottom of the screen (from top right diagonally to centre on iPhone X).
  5. Tap Screen Recording icon, then wait for the three-second countdown.
  6. If this mode is on, you will see a red bar at the top of the screen. To disable recording, simply click the same icon and your video will be saved in the Photos app.

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View a short video on the steps

Apple WWDC 2019

Apple will be conducting their Worldwide Developers Conference on Monday, June 3rd (US PDT).

It is expected that announcements will be made about the next MacOS 10.15, iOS 13 and as usual, many other announcements ranging from new initiatives to potentially new hardware.

Many IT magazines and bloggers speculate on what to expect. Sometimes they are completely wrong and other times mostly right. It is interesting to speculate but we do not need to wait too long to get the real facts.

theverge published a story found
here and another from MacRumors.

iPod touch (2019) 7th-generation review

Earlier this week the iPod touch received a modest upgrade, arriving with little fanfare via an Apple press release. The new 7th-generation iPod touch has little in the way of new features, but it does receive a CPU spec-bump that takes it from an iPhone 6-era Apple A8 to an iPhone 7-era A10 Fusion chip, not to mention double the RAM of the previous generation.

Full article can be found

Apple, Google, Microsoft tell GCHQ to drop 'ghost' spy protocol

A proposal floated last year by Britain's Government Communications Headquarters (GCHQ) to create an invisible listening-in facility for end-to-end encrypted messaging services has been slammed by a coalition of technology companies, civil rights organisations and security experts as dangerous and a threat to basic human rights.

Story from itnews. Read the story

5G: Upgrade or Uncertainty?

5G is the next generation of mobile communications that offers higher speeds then have been achievable in the past.With the ever increasing transmission of data, this has become important.

There has been a great deal of discussion about whether 5G is dangerous or not. I am not an expert on the subject but I trust the article from Skeptoid to be factual and reasonable.
The conclusion from the linked article is that it is not dangerous.

Source is Skeptoid Article
found here

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