On December 28, 2019, I purchased an iPhone 11 in black with 64GB storage. My old iPhone 6S battery would not last a day on a charge, and I’ve had the battery replaced twice. Since the purchase, I’ve used Screen Mirroring to AirPlay to the Samsung Series 7 TV at work during lunch to watch […]
Flying Delorean, parachute pants, and neon everything! Today I created an 80s playlist with album art. https://embed.music.apple.com/us/playlist/80s-vice/pl.u-qxylK7YTGbDvPN
Two weeks ago (November 16, 2018) I scheduled an appointment to replace my iPhone 6S battery at the Apple Store. I wanted to get this done while the price was still $29.99. A quick diagnostic and it was determined that I needed a new battery. I left my phone with the technician and was asked […]
How to Disable Norton Security Extensions Popups on Mac for Safari and Google Chrome.
Today my new MacBook Pro (15-inch 2017) arrived by FedEx. Nope, I didn’t take a picture or shoot an unboxing video. No time for that. I purchased the MacBook from B&H Photo. Yes, yo can get the better Coffee Lake processor with more RAM and most likely a faster SSD in the 2018 model, but […]
Last week I found an old email from Apple welcoming me to my iPod touch. This was my third Apple product I bought, and it was amazing! It came with 32GB of storage and can play all of my games, videos, YouTube videos, and music with space to spare. I used this as my camera […]
Trying out something I learn off a Youtube tutorial by Simon Ubsdell.
Last week I found out my iPhone 6S was part of a group of phones manufactured between September – October 2015 with a faulty battery which caused the phone to shutoff. (iPhone 6s Program for Unexpected Shutdown Issues). My phone didn’t have that problem. Instead, the battery would drain quickly and I would need the charger […]
At work, there are several clients who are thinking about purchasing a new iPhone 5S. I was amazed how many wanted to get a new iPhone in Champagne/White vs White/Silver and Black/Slate. Most of everyone I’ve talked to are looking forward to a bump up in storage from 16GB to 32GB (for entry models). Are […]
Over the last 18 months, I’ve been using my iMac as my main computer. I configured multiple Desktops (spaces) changed the screensaver, installed programs, games (Diablo 3 and Steam for Team Fortress 2). Basically making it my own, just like I do with Windows and Linux. So one day I was looking at other features of Finder, […]