Josh and Chris from Rocky Mountain Mac Repair talk about the latest news in the realm of Apple and Technology. This week they discuss Google’s discontinuation of the Google Reader product, a new breathalyzer for your smartphone called Breathometer, iMacs with VESA mounts, CBS’s new iOS app available now, and the 10.8.3 update from Apple… finally.
Josh and Chris from Rocky Mountain Mac Repair talk about the latest news in the realm of Apple and Technology. This week they discuss Apple’s release of iOS 6.1, the forthcoming iOS 6.x jailbreak from the evad3rs dev team, the new 128GB iPad 4th generation, a new and improved Apple TV, MacBook notebook line firmware updates and the cease of sale in the European Union for the Mac Pro.
Wireless everything? Not quite. Apple’s 2011 iMac marketing material may need to be adjusted a bit. When I received my refurbished 27-inch 2011 iMac two months ago, I couldn’t connect it to my Wi-Fi network. The typical Wi-Fi logo wasn’t in the top right corner of the screen. Even worse, there was absolutely no way [...]
We’ve been using it for a couple weeks now and feel comfortable saying that all of our issues with Google syncing from 10.6.4 appear to be resolved. We’re not saying that everyone will run perfectly… far from it. We’re saying that Google accounts appear to be working properly with iCal and Address Book from the [...]
***Update 1*** We’ve been working with Apple engineering over the weekend and have come to determine this: even though Address Book doesn’t properly show your GCS preference as a saved option, it’s still syncing your contacts via iSync in the background. To verify that, change a contact, press the sync button in your menu bar [...]