Tag Archives: iOS

Did You Know?

Do ya wanna know which iPad might be the right one for you? Eugene Kim posted an interesting (more for the review links and comparison table than anything else) article on PCMag this morning. I like the disclaimer: Just a … Continue reading

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New to iOS?

Welcome to our club!! Moving over from Android? Has Christina Bonnington, at Wired, got the deal for you: Now that Apple’s got its bigger, better iPhone 6 and 6 Plus, we suspect oodles of big-screen Android aficionados may defect to … Continue reading

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The Second Mac Commandment Returns

Mind you, it also pertains to iDevices (which should come as no big surprise). In How to back up your iPhone and iPad before an upgrade, Chris Gonzales gets into a lot of gory details, including security and restoring from … Continue reading

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Yet Another Reason to Stick with Apple!

Al-Qaeda prefers Android over Apple’s iOS is the headline of Daniel Eran Dilger’s post on AppleInsider. He continues: Apple’s iOS has taken majority market share in education, government and the enterprise, but Google’s Android has become the favored mobile platform … Continue reading

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Get Caffiene-ated!

From Macworld: Unlimited coffee! This week’s roundup of apps includes ways to buy coffee, plant your garden, plan your tasks, and call a cab. Oh, and everybody’s favorite web-slinger makes an appearance, too. Upon further review, caffiene-ation will only work … Continue reading

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Macworld HELP DESK 02.28.2014

How to selectively block Internet access, by Chris Breen, tells how to, well, selectively block Internet access. The iTunes Guy covers cleaning up album art and sound files from LPs in iTunes: Ask the iTunes Guy: Cleaning LPs and album … Continue reading

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Macworld HELP DESK 01.17.2014

How Mac experts deal with their contacts brings together an interesting bunch of folk with some interesting takes on dealing with the issues; whaddaya think? Coulda, woulda, shoulda (well, coulda and shoulda, anyway) meet at How to (and why not … Continue reading

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Macworld HELP DESK 12.20.2013

Hoping for a new Mac under the Christmas tree this year? Mac buying guide: How to pick the right computer runs through all the current Mac offerings, to help make the decision bright, er, right. Make sure not to miss … Continue reading

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Macworld HELP DESK 11.08.2013

Getting my cardboard and tin foil out of the cupboard! Fact or fiction: What affects Wi-Fi speed?; check it out. Make iPhone actions easier with Launch Center Pro helps makes dealing with iOS easier. If you’ve upgraded to Mavericks, Bugs … Continue reading

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Macworld HELP DESK 09.06.2013

In lockstep with Monday’s presentation, Chris Breen pontificates on What every iPhoto user should know about image editing: “Let’s cut to the chase, already. Show me how to edit my pictures!” Take control of startup and login items and get … Continue reading

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