In our February Meeting a question came up about network storage devices (NAS) for iPad and iPhones. We briefly discussed the Seagate wireless device. Here are some links to related devices. We will definitely look into this more in our April Meeting when our topic will be on “The Cloud.” Seagate Wireless Storage G-Connect
Apple has a website with you in mind, so I have assembled some favorite touchscreen shortcuts … Double tap the Space bar in order to end a sentence and begin a new sentence. Double tap the Shift key in order to lock the caps lock. Tap once to unlock. Tap on the “.?123” key, hold, […]
Mahalo to Dan O’Brien from 808shells.com for presenting his cool new iPhone 4/4S case products at our February meeting. Just a reminder, until March 14, you can get one of these cool locally designed cases for $10 off. email firstname.lastname@example.org for your special discount code.
The Unofficial Apple Weblog reported their Best of 2011, and Agile Bits Solutions’ 1Password took the prize for Best iPhone App. Easily beating out the competition by taking 49.7% of the votes, 1Password is an invaluable utility for anyone who surfs the web on their Mac or iOS device. I have been using 1Password on my MAC for […]
Do your Apple devices have a foreign accent? Have you wondered how to type character marks over the vowels of foreign words? Well, thanks to the Small Dog Electronics newsletter, Kibbles & Bytes, you can learn how to add those sexy little accent marks over vowels, if your Mac uses Lion OSX 10.7, and your handheld devices use their new iOS. […]
No need to send all of your apps to the ICloud, using up your data, when apps are already saved in your ITunes. Follow the link for more info
We are of course concentrating on iCloud and IOS5 at next months meetings. Meanwhile a number of questions arose at our September meeting regarding single households with multiple iTunes IDs and the issue with synching …. Here is a link that might help you.
The question of whether people are using QR codes in their business was raised. There was debate on what they were and how they are being used. My personal view (stated on the evening) is that their current application is gimmicky rather than real – and arguably ahead of being ‘ready for prime time’. I […]
I thought you might enjoy this comparison between the video quality on an iPhone 4s and a Canon 5D MkII – you might be surprised (or not …) Quality aside – try sending an email or making a call from your Canon 🙂
Today’s the day – and you just know the news media is going to be flooded very soon with this information :: Apple’s new iPhone 4S doesn’t look all that different on the surface from the iPhone 4 it replaces. But the latest iPhone unveiled by Apple at a press event Tuesday promises an improved […]