How to get started with and use Voice Control in macOS Catalina

Voice Control is Apple’s brand-new system for controlling your Mac with just your voice (available in iOS 13 and iPadOS 13, too). Whether you rely on Apple’s Accessibility features day-to-day or just want to try out the latest dictation features, follow along for how to get started with and use Voice Control on your Mac running Priest Catalina.

Just under a week ago, Apple released a supplemental update to macOS Catalina with various bug fixes and performance improvements. Now, Apple has made a revised version of that same supplemental update available to users.

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Latest AirPods on sale from $130, plus a new low on Apple Watch Series 4 GPS and more

Today’s best deals are headlined by the latest AirPods on sale starting at $130, plus score a new all-amazon low on Apple Watch Series 4 GPS at $99 and bring home the 11-inch iPad Pro while pocketing $149 in savings. Hit the jump for all that and more in the latest 9to5Toys Lunch Break.

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When Apple announced the low-light photography capabilities of the iPhone 11, everyone was eagerly awaiting a new Night mode versus Night Sight test, aka Apple against Google.

PC World conducted one back in September, but that was against the Pixel 3 – the smartphone originally crowned the king of low-light photography. There were objections then that it was comparing different generations of smartphone tech, but it seems the position hasn’t changed now that the Pixel 4 is out…

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Podcaster Adam Garrett-Harris has put together a fun curated list of Mac screensavers, including a bunch of Apple-inspired ones.

There is, for example, one which makes your Mac screen look like the Lock screen of an iPhone or iPad (above), and another which looks like an Apple Watch (below)…

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