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Monday, March 20, 2023
Spring Cleaning: Clean My Mac, etc.
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Once again, we’ll be hanging around on Zoom after the general meeting, and the usual chatting will commence.
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Tag Archives: iOS 7
Did You Know?
#120352674 / gettyimages.com Andrew Cunningham brought up a very interesting point on Ars Technica today: if you’re in the market for a used iDevice (I imagine you can get a really good deal on an iPhone 5(s) these days…), make … Continue reading
Posted in Industry News Tagged Activation Lock, Andrew Cunningham, Apple, Ars Technica, Did You Know?, Find My iPad, Find My iPhone, Find My iPod Touch, iCloud, Infinite Loop, iOS 7, security Comments Off on Did You Know?
iOS 7 Security Flaw
It lives in MobileSafari and affects, among other things, how PDF files are handled; this was fixed in iOS 8. Robert Lemos posted on ArsTechnica this morning: Can’t upgrade to iOS 8? Beware bugs in the system. However, it’s probably … Continue reading
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Don’t Upgrade to iOS 8 from iOS 7…
…until you’re sure it’s time; you won’t be able to get back. From AppleInsider this afternoon: After rolling out two point updates for iOS 8 earlier this week, Apple on Friday stopped signing iOS 7.1.2 firmware, meaning users who migrated … Continue reading
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iOS 7.1.1 Has Arrived
It’s a fairly minor update, addressing only three items (plus unspecified security improvements), and it very well may be one of the last. PYBT: iOS 7.1.1 aims for Touch ID, keyboard fixes for the gories.
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I’m Supposed to Do What? …Where??
Yeah, we all have stuff to do; are you noticing that a lot of that stuff needs to be done in a particular place? Or in one particular place rather than another? How does this sound?: Perhaps the coolest part … Continue reading
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Macworld HELP DESK 12.27.2013
Got a new iPhone? Take a look at Get started with the iPhone 5c and 5s. What a compendium! And don’t neglect the subsequent pages. The weather outside is frightful, and if a digital Yule log on your HDTV is … Continue reading
Posted in Tips Tagged AirPlay, Apple TV, AppleScript, Automator, cameras, HELP DESK, iOS 7, iPhone 5c, iPhone 5s, Mac OS X, Macworld, Mavericks, Mountain Lion, streaming video, troubleshooting Comments Off on Macworld HELP DESK 12.27.2013
iOS 7 Is Moving Right Along!
According to AppleInsider, The first beta of iOS 7.1, Apple’s forthcoming update for its mobile operating system, was provided to developers on Monday, just a few days after the incremental iOS 7.0.4 update was issued to the public.… Just a … Continue reading
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Macworld HELP DESK 11.08.2013
Getting my cardboard and tin foil out of the cupboard! Fact or fiction: What affects Wi-Fi speed?; check it out. Make iPhone actions easier with Launch Center Pro helps makes dealing with iOS easier. If you’ve upgraded to Mavericks, Bugs … Continue reading