July 10th in Apple by

Parenting Tools for iOS

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Anyone who has tried to use the built-in iOS restrictions in the settings of the iPad or iPhone knows that while they have a decent amount of ability, it simply isn’t enough. While disabling various items is just a tap away, there is an overall missing piece to the puzzle. To me, that starts with remote management. Read on…

July 9th in Apple, iPhone by

The iPhone 6 Sapphire Crystal Display Looks Ridiculously Strong

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Apple’s iPhones already have a fairly strong screen, but if reports are true the iPhone 6 screen will be even stronger. Read on…

New iPad Air 2 Pictures Leaked

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New images reportedly showing the successor to the iPad Air, widely known as the iPad Air 2, have surfaced. Read on…

July 8th in Apple by

Apple’s New ‘Pride’ Video Celebrates LGBT Rights

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Apple has posted a short video online celebrating the company’s diversity and commitment to LGBT right; a video in which Apple’s CEO, Tim Cook, makes a short appearance wearing a special white T-shirt made for San Francisco’s annual LGBT parade. Read on…

iPhone Remains Best Selling Smartphone in U.S.

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A recent ComScore report shows that Apple is once again the top smartphone maker in the U.S. The company’s share for last May reached 41.9 percent with a 0.6 increase compared to the figures last February. Read on…

July 7th in Apple, iOS, iPad, iPhone by

Apple Now Updating Maps Data Every Single Day

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In a rush to get rid of Google Maps from its devices, Apple released its own map service, Maps. The app however was a disaster when first released and was faced with a rash of negativity from users and tech experts alike.  Read on…

July 3rd in iPad News by

Facebook Messenger Finally Comes to the iPad

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Facebook has finally released an iPad optimized version of its Messenger app. Read on…

July 3rd in Apple, iPad, iPad News by

Los Angeles School District Halts $1 Billion iPad Rollout

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When the Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) placed a huge order for iPads last June in an attempt to better integrate technology within the classroom, many saw it as a sign of things to come for education.

Unfortunately after a number of problems, school district officials are considering deploying alternative devices – including rival tablets and even laptops. Read on…

Apple Cuts Maximum iPhone Trade-In Value to $225

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Those looking to sell their used iPhone should know Apple’s trade-in program is now offering customers less for their used device. Read on…

July 2nd in Apple by

In Case You Missed It – 7/02/2014

In Case You Missed It

In Case You Missed It

There is always so much going on in the world of technology and Apple, that sometimes things fall between the cracks.

Here are a few stories I’d like to toss in your direction.

New or old, just in case you missed them. Read on…

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