Top stories: iOS 16.3 release, iPhone 15 Pro rumours, macOS tips and tricks, and more

Following last week’s hardware announcements, this week saw the physical release of several new products as well as operating system updates that deliver new features and bug fixes across Apple’s platforms. This week also saw some new rumors about the iPhone 15 lineup and Apple’s upcoming AR/VR headset, while we shared some tips to help … Read more

Tri-State Peer Support helps first responders recover

MIAMI TOWNSHIP, Ohio — Amidst cheers of “Who Dey” and toasts at the tailgate, Tri-State Peer Support’s Amy Foley and Lieutenant Jim Petrie had the opportunity to share their mission with Cincinnati fans. With the scene of the Monday Night Football crash at Damar Hamlin still fresh in the minds of many of the attendees, … Read more

Sensi organization delivers books in Braille to e African children

CINCINNATI — Samuel Foulkes traveled to Africa last year on a mission to help improve literacy rates among blind and visually impaired youth in Kenya, Uganda, Rwanda and Tanzania. Foulkes was acting there Clovernock Center for the Blind and Visually Impaired in Cincinnati. What you need to know Cloverook Center for the Blind and Visually … Read more

Top stories: Titanium iPhone 15 Pro, Touchscreen Mac, iOS 17 Expectations, and more

The holidays are clearly over, with the Apple rumor mill back in full swing as we hit the middle of January. This week has seen a range of short- and long-term rumors from Apple’s mixed reality headset, Apple Silicon Mac Pro, iPhone 15, and iOS 17 later this year, to new technology likely coming to … Read more

I am looking for mental health care in Rikers

The rhythm of Eric Tavera’s life has never been so simple. “He would ask me, ‘Mom, what do you think of that song?’” “It was beautiful,” Eric Tavera’s mother, Hedith Tavera, said through an interpreter. Her face was wet with tears. Sitting in his aunt’s apartment in the Bronx, his family explained that music was … Read more