30 Second Saver - Apple Share Audio

Easy life tips to save you money.

Apple Share Audio

Audio content is exploding right now. Thanks to podcasts, audio books, and increasing availability of content on command. Many people now spend hours a week listening to programs on their phones. 

This week’s 30 second saver is Apple™ Share audio. Select Apple branded headphones will allow you to share blue tooth to two devices from the same Iphone. See the simple how to video below and link to compatible Apple™ headphones.

How Does this Save Money?

This is one of our better 30 second savers. Not only does it save money, but also encourages healthier activities. Use share audio to replace partner activities that traditionally cost money and calories. Instead of going to the movies, walk through a park and listen to a book together. Want to work out together, sync up your music and go for a run. Replace Saturday morning cartoons with a Saturday morning hike while you listen to a great book. Just a few ways share audio can help you give yourself a raise! 

Apple Support Share Audio – https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT210421

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