Well, Susie finally finished her iPad Pro review, but not before recording this episode of the Macworld Podcast. (Turn up those headphones—can’t you just hear the anxiety in her voice?) And for the record, the Pencil she ordered on November 11 still hasn’t arrived as of this writing, so thanks to Apple for the loaner unit.
But that’s not the focus of today’s podcast! It’s almost time for American Rules Thanksgiving, the glorious long weekend of hanging around with relatives, eating too much, watching sports on TV, and answering questions about technology. Should you get your parents using two-factor authentication? How do you broach the subject of phishing? Is it okay to just write their passwords down for them? Glenn and Susie have plenty of advice, and you should feel free to share your own in the comments. Happy Thanksgiving!
iPad Pro review: Why the best iPad yet won’t work for everyone by Susie Ochs
Apple Pencil review: Much sharper than the average smart stylus by Jackie Dove
Developers are trying to teach Apple Pencil new tricks by Susie Ochs
iPad buying guide: How to choose an iPad Pro, iPad Air, or iPad mini by Jason Snell
Write your passwords down to improve safety by Glenn Fleishman
Square rolls out its new Apple Pay reader by Oscar Raymundo
Apple Pencil and Smart Keyboard are in short supply by Caitlin McGarry
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