Monthly Archive: September 2015

Sep 26

XcodeGhost malware hack on IOS

Has my iOS device (iPad, iPhone, iPod) been infected with Malware? Probably not. What happened? Since the introduction of the App Store in 2008 there have been 4 (out of 1.4 million) applications found to have code that was considered to be malicious. That compares to 33% of applications discovered in the Android Market Place – …

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Sep 26

iOS9 is here and waiting

iOS9 has arrived and is waiting, patiently, to be introduced to your iPhone or iPad by way of the Settings App. The first consideration is does your device support it and then of course its a question of should you? iOS9 is suitable for any device that is currently running iOS8: iPhone 4S iPhone 5 iPhone …

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Sep 18

El Capitan v Windows 10

So what on earth am I doing writing an article about Windows 10?  Why, for pity sake, is this post on a website devoted to Apple and their halo-istic (is there is such a word) products? Well the answer to this is two fold. Often we need to install Windows on either a boot camp …

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Sep 15

Everything that is new from Apple

So there I was, 3am in the morning,  waiting for the latest Apple event to be streamed live into my lounge room. I was moulded into our couch wearing a dressing gown, slippers and, so as not to wake the saner members of the household, wireless headphones. I had a mug of coco in one …

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