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iPhone getting slow?

Nov 27, 2017

Every time Apple releases a new iPhone or iPad along with it comes an update to our beloved iOS. And after updating to the latest version of iOS on our iPhone or iPad sometimes you find the device has slowed to a crawl. If you don’t want to take my word for it, between early August and November 2017 which is just after the launch of the iPhone X, iPhone 8, and iOS 11 the number of Google searches for “Slow iPhone” rose over 50 percent. For the tin hat...

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Black Friday offers some of the best Apple deals of the year both at Apple and select retailers. Today is Black Friday and that means big sales and discounts at retailers all over the country and online. Many brick and mortar stores reopened last night, offering significant discounts to waiting throngs of people ready to buy. Apple too is offering special deals on Black Friday with a one-day Black Friday sale. Retailers selling Apple products are offing discounts throughout the four-day holiday weekend. Apple's direct sale does not discount existing...

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A brave new world I have been using Macintosh computers for a long time. As long as I can remember its always been said. Macintosh computers are not vulnerable to malicous intent. While malware, spyware and now ransomware plaque the Windows and Linux landscape, Mac had always been a trusted alternative. In fact Apple themselves highlighted this very sentiment during their, “Im a Mac” commercial campaign, which ran many years ago. We live in a very different world now. Macintosh computers are just as vulnerable to malicous attacks. Spyware and...

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So what right? Well this means Siri could always be on, and working seamlessly inside the new iMac Pro. This could make the iMac Pro the first Mac to feature an A series Microprocessor, which are the same chips found in iPhone’s. “Looks like the iMac Pro’s ARM coprocessor is arm64 Seems to handle the macOS boot & security process, as expected; iMac Pro lets Apple experiment with tighter control without the rest of the userbase freaking out. More info & download here” It’s exciting as the level of integration...

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My Photos won’t upload from iPad or iPhone I have had this crop up a few times with family and friends devices when the Photos App stops uploading to their iCloud photo library. Unable to access recent photos or videos in iCloud they turned to me for a fix. Here is a rundown of the fixes I have applied to get the Photos App uploading to iCloud again. Restart your device As we know one of the reasons for using iPhone’s and iPad’s is their outstanding reliability in comparison to...

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Apple has been referred to the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC). This could have repercussions across the board if the case is successful as currently if you have your iPhone, or iPad fixed by a non-Apple authorised repairer such as the Apple Stores, Apple can and does refuse to repair them. In many countries including Australia this is seen as unfair trading however is by no means illegal. The main complaint the ACC is looking to uphold is… If the iPhone, iPad, iPod etc has been previously repaired by...

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