Category Archive: Opinion

Apr 25

iPhoto gets the boot

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If you were to go back in time to a house 100 years ago you’d more than likely see rooms filled with large wooden tables, chairs with legs thicker than the people sitting in them and china cabinets that were almost big enough, and sturdy enough, to actually live in. But look at a house today …

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Mar 28

Netflix has arrived. So What!

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UPDATE: Err well, cough, err I have something of a confession to make. Since writing this article I have become a convert to Netflix. But my switch is conditional on a simple to use geo unblocking service called UnblockUs. This service, $4.95 a month, very easily allows you to change your computer, iPad, iPhone or …

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Feb 06

Get to know Reminders

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It is no secret that Apple have been pushing to blur the lines between using your iPhone and your Mac. Flagship products like Pages, Numbers and Safari have all been designed to look and feel the same no matter which Apple product you might be using. One such example is the Reminders app and if used …

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Permanent link to this article: http://macservicesact.com.au/get-to-know-reminders/

Feb 01

One of the best apps you can get for your iPhone

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It’s nothing glamorous. It’s not even a technological breakthrough but this little app will transform the way you pay for parking and banish that little box of lose change in your car to the annals of history. My app of the moment is parkmobile and it is freely available from the Appstore. And I love it!! Once downloaded …

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Nov 12

New iOS Malware. Be aware but don’t be concerned

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UPDATE 18TH NOV, 2014: The individuals behind the Wirelurker malware were arrested and the rogue App Store closed down by Chinese aithorities. My brief for this website has always been to wade through all the websites, filter out the rubbish and give you what is – admittedly in my opinion – the important (and factual) remains. …

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