I think many know you should regularly plug your iPhone to your computer. But many forget now that iPhones can be updated directly through your WiFi.
There is no doubt about it: the resale value of Apple products IS higher than gadgets and computers from other producers. Whether you look on eBay or national sites, the trend is clear. You may be paying a higher price when you come in, but you also get a higher resale price when you move on to new equipment.
I have had problems with my so-called LG L80 smartphone, which is identified as LG-D373EU in the hardware information section under settings on my phone. That is a huge problem, because LG doesn’t have any drivers or software for that specific phone.
One has to ask the question whether recent financial numbers about Apple sales are an indication of a temporary setback or in fact even stagnation in sales. It is logical to suspect that the market for smartphone sales has been fulfilled, at least for a time.
Listen very carefully: Quicktime needs to be uninstalled RIGHT NOW if you’re running Windows. You can read more about it right here: http://www.theregister.co.uk/2016/04/18/uscert_advises_quicktime_deletion/.
Continue reading QuickTime – Buggy Software Must Be Deleted →
I couldn’t resist sharing this. I want to bring it to your attention that www.MacUpdate.com IS a tremendous resource.
Continue reading MacUpdate.com — Amazing Resource →
You will have heard of the new, and smaller, iPhone released recently. The so-called SE. Some are talking about smartphones becoming too big. I don’t quite understand that, but I’m not in the target group either. For me, the LG with a 5″ screen is just perfect. The very thought of ever going back to 4″ (or even smaller) is anathema for me…
It is widely discussed whether it was correct of Apple to refuse to abide by a court order to unlock the San Bernardino Shooter’s iPhone. The creation of a backdoor could nullify Apple’s unique position with a secure operating system for their mobile phones.
Obviously! Why would the Feds even need to go by a judge to get such a court order? Continue reading Apple IS Right On This One →
When you do a search for error 53 iphone on Google, you quickly notice this is a problem that a lot of users are having. On one Danish website, it seems that it might be connected with a self-authentication routine run by iPhones when you start up your phone. If you have had someone else change you Home-button or screen, there could be a high risk you are going to be affected by error 53. Continue reading Error 53 – You’re In Trouble! →
As some of you may have noticed, this blog was down for quite a while. Whether it was a database error or a software issue, I can’t say. My domain seems to be the only place where this happened. I have searched for a solution for quite a while, and hoped I could have solved it much earlier.
But the good news is: this blog is now back.
We will be looking at Apple TV in the new version, and many other things during 2016.