It took me a few days to realize that my iPad 2 was no longer able to connect to 3G, after I upgraded to iOS5. I made the prerequisite, yet futile, attempts to solve the problem with Bell and Apple’s … Continue reading
I heard some complaints about the latest Facebook iPhone 4 app (2011-10-11) was responsible for deleting user files stored on the phone. Be warned (and Apple does clearly warn you during the install process), iTunes 10.5 will erase everything on … Continue reading
November 2, 2010
Comments Off on Macbook Air, finally in person.
Today, I finally saw the new Macbook Airs in person. The 13.3″ model has some happy improvements, such as the dual USB and SD slot. I miss the button at the bottom of the trackpad. Overall, no big deal. The … Continue reading
August 18, 2010
Comments Off on iPad and Skype to Replace Your iPhone?
My favourite thing about the iPad is that I can take it anywhere. My least favourite thing about the iPad is that I have to carry around my iPhone, too. Since I bought an iPad, my dream has been to … Continue reading
June 1, 2010
Comments Off on Some iPad Apps to Start With
Files HD – $0.99 This App allows you to copy files between your workstation/laptop and the iPad. The iPad shows up as a shared folder on your computer, which you may access in the same manner as you do with … Continue reading
May 31, 2010
I waited, expectantly, for the release date of the iPad in Canada. When it became available for pre-order, I did not succumb. On the day of its release, I laughed at the lineup photos. As much as I felt compelled, … Continue reading
May 26, 2010
Comments Off on Apple vs PC, Dollarwise
Apple has, as far back as I can remember, always been accused of having overpriced products in comparison to the clone counterparts. I say clone, instead of PC, as an agreement with the argument that Apple, for the most part, … Continue reading
May 12, 2010
Comments Off on Apple Makes You Rich, Apple Makes You Poor.
Since Bill Gates stepped down from his role as the CEO and evangelist of Microsoft, Steve Jobs has taken over the limelight. His iPod won the hearts and minds of 85 million people, of whom probably at least 90% of … Continue reading