We have a new book about Find My and AirTags, topics a lot of people have expressed an interest in. And we’re working hard on updates to many of our other titles for release in the coming weeks.
It’s the week before an Apple event so we’re mostly waiting to see how badly our schedule will be disrupted and how many new things we’ll have to cover in our books. We’ll know soon enough!
As the Take Control authors and editors toil here in the paragraph factory, not much is visible to the outside world except the output of the smokestack (it’s just the steam coming off our foreheads).
Our first books on Monterey and iOS 15/iPadOS 15 shipped this week, and we’re super excited about them. Also, Joe received a magical piece of paper and wishes he could actually use it.
I spent the past week juggling cats while putting out fires. So many cats, so much fire. Some of the cats were also on fire. The Flaming Cats sounds like a good name for a band.
A new edition of our comprehensive guide to Zoom made its appearance this week. In addition, the gods have seemingly smiled on us this Friday the 13th, and great things are afoot.
We released an updated version of Take Control of macOS Media Apps this week, and quite a few more new books are on tap for next week, later in August, and beyond.
We released updates to our two password-related books this week, and we’re working on new books about Monterey and iOS 15/iPadOS 15 (as well as numerous other updates).
Updates to our two password-related books could ship as early as next week, and a couple of titles by other authors are also nearing completion. Finally, some progress!
A major hurdle has been crossed, as a result of which normal-ish work on Take Control should now resume, and new and updated books will start progressing through the channel again.