Tag: iPhone

Oct 05

Using the magnifying glass hidden in your iPhone

I cannot tell if Microsoft are sadists or not but they seem to enjoy making life difficult.  Not only do they insist on adhering to charging for their Windows 10 operating system (or as I like to call it, 335 reasons to switch to a Mac) but they insist on using a serial key that …

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Oct 05

Apple watch series 3 – first month

Regular readers of my website or FaceBook page will no doubt recall the unparalleled hell I experienced at the hands of Telstra when attempting to set up my Apple Watch S3 to a mobile network. I get that this is a new product and I understand that challenges are to be expected but there is …

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Jun 15

How do you play music in your lounge room?

I am wondering… do you have hundreds, maybe thousands, of songs on your iPhone or iPod. Do you have just as many CDs in the cupboard? Perhaps these CDs helped create the empire of music on your idevice? But is this music only played in certain places or particular times? Is your workout rocked out to playlists …

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Jun 14

Erasing your old iDevice

With all the new iPad Pros and -soon- iPhones that will soon be enticing us to upgrade, now might be a good time to discuss the best way to prepare your old iDevice for sale or bequeathment. Firstly make sure that your device has been correctly – and recently –  backed up. If you have been plugging …

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Sep 05

iOS10 – coming soon

  Last week we posted a warning about some nasty Malware for iOS that has been discovered in the wild. In the article we said that the best way to avoid that Malware was (and still is) to upgrade to 9.3.5. However, it is worth noting that iOS10 is also immune to this Malware and …

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