iPhone, Android, Windows Phone 7, Blackberry, or feature phones.
Mark hasn't updated his iPhone because he's worried that doing so will prevent him from syncing with iTunes on his old MacBook. Where can he go to see what updates will support what versions of OS X? iOS 10 requires iTunes 12.5.1 to sync, so Mark is probably not going to want to update it. What version will work on Snow Leopard? Leo says that Mark can probably use the new version of iTunes on Snow Leopard, but this is worth verifying before he does anything.
Kyle upgraded to the new Google Pixel on Google Fi, but he was told he would need a new version 2 SIM card. Leo says it may be that new services are supported in the new SIMs including multiple ISPs.
Terry wants to pair his car with his Android phone, but he's wondering how he can unlock his phone when he's driving. Leo says that starting with version 5, Android will automatically pair with the car as a trusted device and unlock the phone, putting it into "Auto Mode." What if it doesn't recognize it as a trusted device? Leo says he should be able to add it in settings under "Smart Lock." He'll need to be paired to do it.
Mike got a Samsung Galaxy S7 and he's concerned about the same battery issues happening to the S7 that happened to the Note 7. Leo says that's not a concern as it's a completely different design. We have no one to blame but ourselves since we're always demanding a thinner phone. Leo would rather have a thicker phone and better battery life.
Mike's Galaxy S7 has cracked twice. What case should he get? Leo says that it really doesn't matter if he's clumsy. Leo doesn't even use a case.
Nate wants to know if there's a better notification system for messages in Android that can put notifications on apps like the iPhone. Leo says that there are third party launchers that can do that and one of the benefits of Android is that he can change his launcher if he doesn't like it. Leo recommends Nova Launcher. He'll also need TeslaUnread, which is a plugin that will add the notification badges.
Tom says that new computers will use mobile phone processors that are so powerful, that it'll be possible to undock a computer and move from terminal to terminal. Leo says that is going to be a new trend, enabling users to move data and files along with the processor. It'll be interesting to see if it catches on.
How about fingerprint readers? Leo says that everyone is getting into that, and Qualcomm is creating their own called "Snapdragon Sense." Now we're seeing that Apple is suing Qualcomm over charging royalties for patents they don't own.
Now that President Donald Trump has taken office, the question is whether he will continue to tweet, and what phone will he use? Leo says that he used an iPhone until halfway through the campaign, and then shifted to what Leo thinks is a Samsung Galaxy S. Now that he's president, he has to use a massively modified and far more secure mobile device. But can he tweet with it? The Secret Service has also urged the President to stop tweeting from his @realdonaldtrump account. Although Leo says he did tweet from it earlier today. Like Obama, Trump uses his phone for news and social outreach.
Carrie has an iPhone 6 and she's thinking of getting an iPhone 7. Leo says that the 10th anniversary phone is right around the corner, the iPhone 7S, unless they change the name of it, which Leo doubts. Will they bring back the headphone jack? Leo says no. She'll probably never see that feature again. So there's no real hurry to upgrade.
Jeff has an unlocked GSM phone which he uses via TracFone, but it doesn't get data near his home. Leo says that part of the issue could be that TracFone has a deal with carriers that would make tower availability limited.
Ellie has been using this app called Perk to watch TV and do other activities. She earns points with it that she can cash in for gift cards. Leo says it's a whole new world, as people can use their phones to do just about anything. At the end of the day, she is trading her attention and information for this.