Posted by Alex Burton | Posted in Consumer Electronics | Posted on 24-01-2017
Apple is now rolling out its latest software updates for iOS 10, macOS Sierra, and watchOS. Each release promises to fix some bugs and improve overall performance.
iOS 10.2.1 has been in beta for several weeks now, and its finally available for all. It has only came out a little less than a month after Apple released the more major iOS 10.2 update, so the primary fix is bugs and performance. If you want to test this new software but dont have an iPhone or dont want to spend all that money, you can rent an iPhone today!
macOS Sierra 10.12.3 has some significant updates, here are a few;
- Resolved problems with PDF documents
- Improves automatic graphics switching on MacBook Pro
- Fixed Safari bug that purged MacBook Pro battery life
watchOS 3.1.3 had a fairly minor release focused on bug fixes and performance improvement. Some of the apps that got fixes include Activity, Calendar, Maps, Messages, and notifications.
Posted by Alex Burton | Posted in Consumer Electronics | Posted on 17-01-2017
Apple will launch some new MacBook Pros later this year powered by Intel’s next-generation Kaby Lake processors and up to 32GB of desktop-class RAM, rather than the latest MacBook Pro processor the Skylake which maxes out at 16 GB of RAM and doesn’t support low power RAM in larger configurations. If you would like to rent any apple products contact rentacomputer.com . according to one reliable analyst new 12-inch MacBook models with Kaby Lake processors will enter mass production early this spring with 16 GB of RAM option could be added as a high-end or built-to-order configuration. The new 15-inch MacBook will include 32 GB of RAM and will enter mass production in early September.
Posted by Alex Burton | Posted in Consumer Electronics | Posted on 10-01-2017
Apple is expected to unveil three new iPad devices this spring, but none of them will cater to fans of the iPad mini. If you would like to rent ipads contact rentacomputer.com
According to one analyst, the company is focusing its efforts on updating the 9.7 inch iPad and the 12.9 inch iPad Pro, and on introducing a new model with a 10-to 10.5 inch display. The only model introduced in 2016 was the 9.7 inch iPad Pro, while the 12.9 inch iPad Pro and iPad mini haven’t seen an update since 2015. The iPad Air 2 has also been the same since October 2014.
In addition to a refreshed 12.9 inch iPad Pro, Apple is expected to introduce a brand new model with a 10-to 10.5 inch display that could replace the 9.7 inch iPad Pro. A new 9.7 inch iPad will also be available, however it will be more expensive.
Posted by Alex Burton | Posted in Consumer Electronics | Posted on 09-01-2017
Recently Apple pulled a third-party app that helped users locate their AirPods.
“Finder for AirPods” first dropped on the App Store about a week ago and used Bluetooth signal to track down missing headphones, but just a few days later it is gone. Finder for AirPods wanted to help users dodge the $69 replacement fee that Apple charges for just ONE replacement earbud, however soon after Apple approved the app and allowed it to be published, Apple suddenly decided it should be shut down. The company didn’t provide the app’s developers with any reason for its removal other than its “not appropriate.”
Some speculate they shut down the app due to unstable signal if you are on one floor and an AirPod is on another, or similar problems such as the app being useless if the missing AirPod is our of Bluetooth range. So if u left the AirPods on your desk at work, the app cant help you. People say this is a reason for the app being terminated due to upset customers after paying the $3.99 for the app.
If you purchased Finder for AirPods, you can request a refund through iTunes. Simply click “View My Account…” in the “Account” menu, choose “See All” under “Purchase History,” then locate the Finder for AirPods app and click the “Report a Problem” link.