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Help! My iPhone/iPad won’t switch on!

Help! My iPhone/iPad won’t switch on!

Here’s a quick solution to a common problem experienced by iPhone and iPad owners – a device that won’t turn on. It may not ever happen to you however I’ve seen it first hand – you go to turn their device on, and nothing happens…or it simply freezes while on…and won’t turn off. The good news is that it’s usually[Read More…]

Apple’s HomePod Arrives on Friday

Apple’s HomePod Arrives on Friday

Apple’s HomePod Smart Speaker will land in stores on Friday this week but has it arrived too late? We’ve had the Google Home smart speakers in Australia since late last year which have proven very popular and Amazon launched their Echo and Dot speakers last week. While Apple’s Homepod will also have digital assistant capabilities with Siri built in, they’re[Read More…]

Is Apple Planning to Cut your Phone off in Cinemas?

Is Apple Planning to Cut your Phone off in Cinemas?

What will the new Theatre mode actually do in the iOS11 update coming later this year? There’s been some speculation that it will be based on a patent filed by Apple few years ago that used GPS technology to disable many of the devices features when located at a cinema, however likely to be somthing a bit less sinister sounding.[Read More…]

iPhone7 linked to rise in used phone sales – eBay

iPhone7 linked to rise in used phone sales – eBay

The story of the day may very well be the announcement of the iPhone 7, however eBay reports that the ripple on effect of this is likely to be a surge in sales of used phones. I spoke with Meg English from eBay Australia today about the trend in used phone sales.  Listen below.

Be quick to uninstall Quicktime

Be quick to uninstall Quicktime

If you currently have Quicktime installed on your Windows PC…you need to uninstall it now…here’s why. Once upon a time you needed to have Apple Quicktime installed on your PC in order to use iTunes, however that’s not longer the case…but that’s not why it needs to go. Trend Micro reports that the discovery of security vulnerabilities within Quicktime that[Read More…]