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LG Customer Service – Not Quite the Apple Standard

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.

QuickTime – Buggy Software Must Be Deleted

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/.

Some Like iPhone – I Love Kazam Trooper X3.5

I have an iPhone as my business mobile, but I have made a purchase that I thoroughly enjoy – a Kazam Trooper X3.5. In Denmark such a Kazam smartphone costs about 1/8 of an iPhone.

Perfection Comes With a Price

It is quite fun to discuss prices, because one of the biggest assumptions against Apple products is the price level… Perfection comes with a price, and you can’t get a Rolls Royce at the price of a Nissan. Nothing wrong with a Nissan car. Please don’t misunderstand. 🙂

Strange Thing About Apple Keyboards on iPhones and iPads

You may never have noticed this but there is one strange thing about the Apple keyboard on iPods, iPhones and iPads that I have wondered about.

iPad Review: Is The iPad Right For You?

As regular readers will have noticed when I wrote the recent article about the Apple TV, I also bought an iPad. Since this was prior to the release of the new iPad (3) on March 7th 2012, it was an iPad 2. I am happy I got this iPad because it has exactly the features […]

Apple TV Rocks!

I must say I am amazed by the Apple TV I judt bought. It is truly an amazing gadget. Not only is it small – fits in any living room – but it’s also a product I wish I had bought a long time ago.

New Products All the Time

Apple has indeed been a very innovative company. Their iPod Touch now has a camera, their iPhone was recently updated with even better functionality, and the iPad didn’t get old before the iPad 2 came on the scene. Innovation is expensive, and the question is whether it’s always a good idea to introduce new products […]

Big Businesses – Dangers in Becoming Too Big

Big businesses are often vulnerable. Once they become big businesses, something strange tends to happen. We saw it with Big Blue (IBM), we’ve seen it with Microsoft, and probably we are also seeing the trend entering the Apple business. The distance between clients and corporate leadership becomes too big.

Apple Has a Customer Service Problem Indeed

Apple has a customer service problem indeed. We have had our share of problems in getting Apple to recognize the problem with the front of one MacBook 13″ – as recounted here previously. You can read about it in the article Limited Warranties.