iPad

What’s Inside the Apple Ipad?

Posted on 17 April 2014

Tech specs and more features

 

Steve Jacob’s presentation of the Ipad from the NY Post.

Think of the iPad like the combination of all the things you love about Mac computers, the iPod touch and iTunes into one relatively small, light weight device.  With its Safari browser, you can read just about any eBook or books on kindle at lightning speed and get work done on its touch screen keypad anywhere.  iPad’s features include full screen versions of calendars, notes, to-do lists, viewing photos, watch YouTube videos, listen to your iTunes and more.

Read on for the technical specifications of the iPad from apple.com’s website.

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iPhone, Wallpapers

223 awesome iPhone wallpapers

Posted on 15 April 2014

Nice use of PS Brushes by iPhaze

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Bright apple logos by *eliburford

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70 iPhone Wallpapers by =Vains

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iPod

iPod Boy, kid gets a new nickname

Posted on 14 April 2014

A boy with an iPod surgically inserted into his arm has suffered terrible injuries when it overheated in the Humid Sydney Summer.

Just kidding the story is in fact a lot less about iPod’s and a lot more about a nine year old Sydney kid walking through a glass door.

The story doesn’t mention what model the iPod was if it had video that he was possibly watching. He is now thankfully in a stable condition :>.

Although we are still a bit puzzled what this has to do with a mutant iPod Boy maybe it’s a new ad campaign Can’t remember where your glass door is? there’s an app for that or maybe they meant Mutant drug dealing rapper?

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iPhone

Looking inside the iPhone 3G S

Posted on 12 April 2014

If you want to know your iPhone 3G S better, then check out one of the sites that dedicated themselves to uncovering the mystery inside the newest gadget.

http://www.macworld.com/article/141270/2009/06/dissect3gs.html

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iPhone, Wallpapers

Cool and Quirky iPhone wallpapers

Posted on 10 April 2014

Three Wolf Moon

Given the reviews of this amazing shirt I think the iPhone version is the finishing touch for your outfit.

Wolf Shirt iPhone Wallpaper

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Mac

Head over to the apple store for some great refurbished deals.

Posted on 09 April 2014

Like this MacBook only $949.00.

Refurbished MacBook 2.0GHz Intel Core 2 Duo – Aluminum

13.3-inch 1280-by-800 pixel LED-backlit display
2GB memory
160GB hard drive
8x SuperDrive (DVD±R DL/DVD±RW/CD-RW)
Built-in iSight camera
Standard keyboard

Remember all refurbished Apple products are fully tested and include a 1 year warranty, spiffy!

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Apps, Hacks, Mac, OSX

Running Windows 7 on Mac installation Guide

Posted on 07 April 2014

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A few requirements

  • An up to date Mac and preferably an up to date Time Machine backup.
  • Windows 7 on DVD, get it here (available until August 20,2009, although can be installed after).
  • 8GB  of space although I would recommend about 25 so you have some room to play with.

Lets get stuck in

  1. Restart your Mac and close any apps that automatically start.
  2. Open Boot Camp Assistant via finder and click continue at the intro screen.
  3. At this stage choose how much space you want to give your new OS, as mentioned above around 25GB is good, although feel free to choose more or less if you know how much you will need. Once your happy click partition.
  4. Insert your Windows 7 DVD and click the option to Start Installation.
  5. Once your Mac restarts you will have to select which partition to install on. Select the one named Bootcamp you don’t want to accidentally choose the wrong one so pay close attention.
  6. Choose drive options and “Format” press ok when prompted.
  7. Once Windows 7 has installed it will reboot and you will need to take the DVD out.
  8. Your nearly done just select your language etc and finish the installation, connect to the internet and Windows will download the latest updates and a video card driver, yep after this its time for another reboot.
  9. All done your ready to go, depending on you Mac hardware you may have to look at getting your sound drivers setup. Just hold option when you turn your Mac on to choose Windows 7 or OSX.

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