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/.
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MacUpdate.com — Amazing Resource

I couldn’t resist sharing this. I want to bring it to your attention that www.MacUpdate.com IS a tremendous resource.
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Is Downsizing Always Right?

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…

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Apple IS Right On This One

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.

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Error 53 – You’re In Trouble!

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! →

This Blog Is Back

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.

Previously I Had an iPad – Now I Choose Medion Lifetab

First of all, the Price of a Medion Lifetab is only about a third of an iPad. The screen is bigger, and the weight is about the same. What would you have chosen? Would you go for the 9.7″ screen, or would 10.1″ fit better?

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Some Like iPhone – I Love Kazam Trooper X3.5

Kazam Trooper X3.5

This is the Kazam Trooper X3.5 smartphone – available for 1/8 of the price of an iPhone

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.

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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. 🙂

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Apple 5c and 5s – What’s Going On?

The recent release of iPhone 5c and 5s is surprising to say it mildly. I have read Isaacson’s biography on the late founder, Steve Jobs, and I must say I didn’t see this one coming. iPhone 5c may attract a market that couldn’t previously choose to buy an iPhone. But was this step the right step? Time will tell.
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