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Archive for September, 2013

Much still to come from Apple this autumn

“Long-time Apple watchers know that the fall season usually brings a bountiful harvest of new and updated products from the company,” Dan Frakes and Dan Moren write for Macworld.

“Indeed, just two short weeks in September have ushered in new …

 

Looking for the Best App?

I’m sure you’ve heard “There’s an App for that”, is there really! There are over 900,000 (as of June 2013) in Apple iTunes App Store. How do you know which one is the best App out there for your particular …

 

My Status with iOS 7 – Day 8

As I mentioned in my post yesterday, I decided to upgrade my iPhone 4 to iOS 7, and I did. The process took about 25 minutes and then a few Apps required updating, that took another 15 minutes. I spent …

 

My status with iOS 7 – Day 7

iOS 7 on my iPad, seems to be working just fine, I still haven’t run into any bugs or response time issues.

Honestly, I haven’t really given iOS 7 a proper shake-down. I really need to test every App. Updates …

 

No matter what they do, Apple just can’t win

“The debut of the iPhone 5 last year was met with skeptical reviews, claims the company had lost its magic touch — and a record opening weekend with 5 million phones sold,” Mark Rogowsky writes for Forbes. “Fast forward to …

 

Apple updates the iMac

Apple today updated iMac with fourth generation Intel quad-core processors, new graphics, next generation Wi-Fi and faster PCIe flash storage options. The updated iMac brings the latest technology to the stunningly thin design and gorgeous display of the world’s leading …

 

My status with iOS 7 – Day 4

iOS 7 on my iPad, it’s OK. I haven’t seen some of the reported glitches, screen flicker or apps crashing. I did setup the automate App updating feature, that seems to be working just fine. I also increased the “text” …

 

iOS 7 How-to: Set up Automatic App Updates

Reporting for 9to5Mac, Sarah Guarino, provides this iOS 7 How-to:

In earlier versions of iOS, the system would notify users of available App Store updates with a badge on the icon and the number of updates.

You had to open …