If you back up your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch, you’ll have a copy of your information to use in case your device is ever replaced, lost, or damaged. Choose a backup method Before you get started, learn the difference between making backups with iCloud and iTunes and choose the method that’s best for you. In case […]
Cites ‘undue burden’ as it estimates six to 10 employees working two to four weeks on creating new OS In a motion filed Friday with a California court, Apple ticked off several constitutional arguments against helping the FBI break into the iPhone used by Syed Rizwan Farook, who along with his wife, Tafsheen Malik, killed […]
In this video, Mark Rober shows you a now common a hack for pin codes on debit cards using an iPhone infrared add on camera accessory and how to prevent them
A Vox article shows you how to better understand the Internet via forty maps. Some of the information is truly stunning, like who has the world’s best overall broadband speeds. http://www.vox.com/a/internet-maps#list-16
Apple’s “Find My iPhone” feature has been very helpful in law enforcement tracking down stolen Apple iPhones, Apple iPads and Mac laptops. In fact, the New York City Police Department highly recommends the use of “Find My iPhone”. But some iPhone victims are using “Find My iPhone” to take the law into their own hands […]
Apple’s new iOS7 includes an “Activation Lock”. If a user has “Find My IPhone” activated on their device, it requires an Apple ID username and password to turn off “Find My IPhone”, before a person can reactivate or erase the iOS device. “Activation Lock” makes it much more difficult for thieves to steal iPads or […]
With iOS 7.0 being available starting tomorrow, Wednesday September 18, now may be a good time to make sure you have backed up your iPhone/iPad. Here is a link to an article on CultofMac to show you how to either perform a manual backup or backup using iCloud (make sure you have turned iCloud on […]
SanDisk has introduced a wireless drive that allows user to plug SD cards into the drive, which you can share with your iPad/iPhone/Droid device. It also can stream video up to five computers.
The Wi Fi Alliance certified the “802.11ac” standard yesterday. 802.11ac allows for speeds up to 1.3 gigabits per second, more than double 802.11n.
Apparently the new version of Apple IOS, 6.1, has disconnected some users from Microsoft Exchange email. This article links to a Microsoft Support Document on the issue.