It could have been the week of the announcement of Apple’s next keynote, but while waiting for that announcement to arrive on Tuesday, September 7, we discussed some interesting news. We talked about Apple’s future health plans for the Apple Watch, Tim Cook’s legacy with the Apple Car, and the increased screen size of the Apple Watch Series 7. And there is still more, there is one more thing …

We start with a curious tutorial: how to see a list of all events in the Calendar app on our Mac. A useful resource already present on the iPhone or iPad that requires some creativity on the Mac. The Ted Lasso series gets people talking, even if one of the conversations around him is the most curious: they wonder if any of the actors are actually computer generated. Twitter is launching Safe Mode to block insults and reduce unwanted interactions. Apple is launching a replacement program for iPhone 12 speakers which may not be heard or have poor sound quality during a call. Affected iPhones will be repaired free of charge. Google is proposing an anti-tracking system on the web that would be a real “nightmare for web developers” and put other browsers in doubt Australian police can now access social media accounts and even post in the name of the account if they think they are. ‘there is criminal activity. We end with a guide to choosing the best laptop for studying. And we ended up on the 9to5mac YouTube channel where they got to test universal control and tell us how it works.