I’ve had iOS 7 since the beta came out and one thing I thought was a bug, an oversight was how the iOS notification preview/roll out completely prevents you from using hundreds of apps. If you get an email while writing an email. If you get a Facebook or Twitter notification while using an app.
Yesterday, Apple disappointed with their announcement of their new iPhones. But they also disappointment the observant Jewish community with the announcement of the release dates of the iPhone 5S. If you are an observant Jewish individual, you will not be able to get the iPhone 5S on launch day. You cannot even pre-order it days
A couple weeks ago, the day prior to the iPhone 5 release, Verizon Wireless admitted that you cannot use data LTE and talk on the phone at the same time on the iPhone 5. It was upsetting, it actually made me stick with AT&T and not switch to Verizon Wireless. But after owning the iPhone
Last night I installed Apple’s latest OS, Mountain Lion. The download went well but the install was a bit scary. It started off at 34 minutes to install but then when it ticked down to the end of the progress bar, it started to get weird. It said -1, then -2 and it went as
I switched to AT&T Wireless almost five years ago when I bought the original iPhone. Now, after five years, I will 95% switch back to Verizon Wireless – but not for the reason you think. Call quality doesn’t mean a lot to me. My area, it works fine and I hate talking on the phone.
I have a new backup drive, this one works over FireWire 800. I haven’t use Time Machine in a while, and was eager to get that going again. I started the backup and Apple told me it would take about 50,000 plus days to complete. Here is a screen shot: So in that case, when
Google announced a new “Google Account Activity Report” which is a monthly report of your Google activity. It shows a lot of things but to me, the most interesting observation is the number of emails I received and sent in the past 30 days: A total of almost 12,000 in 30 days to almost 4,000
Our creative director at RustyBrick, Mabe, needed new monitors – her old ones were losing their color. (Although for someone like me who is almost colorblind, I couldn’t tell.) So we ordered her the latest new Apple Thunderbolt Display – the 27 inch piece of art. It came in today and she tried to hook