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Apple’s iPhone 7 release is just around the corner and as is typical for Apple, it looks like they’re removing the use of a loved peripheral in the humble 3.5mm headphone jack. Has Apple gone too far this time or is this par for the course?
If you own an Apple computer and want a display that shares your computer’s design, you only have two very similar options, one of which is Apple’s 27″ Thunderbolt display. At a cost of $999, it’s not exactly an inexpensive option. Does it justify its price?
The threat of a malware explosion on Mac OS X has been low until recently, when more and more threats have been identified. With Mac use increasing, scammers are now targeting OS X by porting previously successful malware from the equally secure Linux platform. It’s time to wake up, Mac lovers!
When Apple released iOS 5 and Lion 10.7.2 they also released iCloud. While these operating systems are required to use iCloud on an iOS device and/or a Mac you can also get at the web apps of iCloud from anywhere in the world as long as you have Internet access.
Siri, the voice recognition and personal assistant software for the iPhone 4S, may be one of the most impressive things to hit smart phones since the original iPhone, but what if they added that technology to Apple TV?
Using the iPad in education may seem a bit taboo to older generations, but many studies have shown that the touch-tablet actually has the chance to become the center of education tools in the near future. Could this really be possible?
Have you heard of SlideShark, the new free app that lets you run PowerPoint presentations from your iPad? Here we look at some pros and cons of using the app, and whether or not it will truly let you leave the laptop at home.
VMWare Fusion is a powerful program that lets Mac users install operating systems such as Windows 7 onto their computers without the need to buy an entirely new computer. Here’s an easy-to-follow tutorial on using VMWare to get the brand new Windows 8 onto your Mac.
There have been a lot of questions raised over just who is going to pick up the torch after Jobs’ passing. It seems unlikely that anyone could fill the hole in the company that he left behind, but a look at the rising stars of Apple should greatly lessen your fears.
Available as part of iLife, iPhoto is a fantastic app for anyone who wants to keep their digital photos organized. Offering image editing and other useful tools, the application can be configured in many different ways to suit how you want to use it.
Itunes is the preferred and only music player for those listening to music on their iPhone or iPod. But how much do you really know about the software? This is your chance to test your knowledge and to find out if you are a real expert!
Whether you have come across minor connectivity issues such as temporary outages or a full-blown problem where you’re unable to connect to the web, email or even the iTunes Store, there are plenty of fixes that you can use to get your Mac connected.
There are different ways to share data between a Mac and a PC. You might use Ethernet or wireless networking, restrict yourself to swapping files between devices using a USB stick or even rely on remote desktop, emulation or virtualization to get the job done.
Whether you’re looking for help with Word, Excel, PowerPoint or Outlook, our guides to Microsoft Office: Mac will provide you with all you need to get to grips with the Mac OS X version of the popular office software.
Whether you’re using a Mac or Windows, the Safari browser is a popular option. On Mac OS X, the web browser offers an unparalleled browsing experience, and it is so easy to use you’ll wonder how you ever managed with other browsers!