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  • Dec
    12
    2012
    Google Maps for iOS Download The new version of Google Maps for iOS is here! You can head over to the App Store and get it right now! The interface has a very Google+ like experience and the actual navigation system emulates the simplified interface trend that Apple Maps has continued. The result is a... (Read More)
  • Nov
    30
    2012
    iPhone Rattle Near Camera Have you noticed that your iPhone rattles when you tap the camera area on the back? Turns out that this is completely normal and is a result of the gyroscope inside your phone. It is definitely very annoying, but at least we know that it is not a hardware issue... (Read More)
  • Nov
    30
    2012
    New iMac Comes in Trapezoid Box (Image courtesy of arstechnica.com) The new iMacs have finally started shipping meaning they should also be in the Apple Stores now for you to visit. One thing to note about the new iMacs is that the box has changed from the perennial rectangular suitcase-like box. The box is now horizontal.... (Read More)
  • Nov
    30
    2012
    Slide to Unlock Frozen on iPad 3 A lot of reports have surfaced on the internet concerning issues with the "Slide to Unlock" part of the home screen on iPad 3s being frozen. It mainly happens when you restart your iPad, you go to unlock it and you can't do anything on the screen. Normally, people would... (Read More)
  • Nov
    03
    2012
    iOS 6.1 Now Available for Developers Even though Apple just release iOS 6.0.1 to the general public, they have also just pushed out the iOS 6.1 beta to the developers. So far, the most notable change has been the inclusion of a button labeled "Report a problem" in the Apple Maps app. This is a welcome... (Read More)
  • Nov
    03
    2012
    How to Backup your iPhone to iCloud Backing up your iPhone to iCloud is most likely a lot easier than you think. You basically only have to have an Apple ID, set up iCloud, and then flip a switch in settings to enable automatic backups. To do this, sign in to iCloud through Settings > iCloud. Then,... (Read More)
  • Nov
    03
    2012
    iOS 6 Do Not Disturb Mode iOS 6 included a cool new feature called "Do Not Disturb" mode which basically does as the name implies. It places your phone in a silent, no vibrate state where it can still send and receive messages but it won't alert you of anything. This is especially useful if you... (Read More)

About Mark

I am currently a student at the University of California, Berkeley. I am passionate about the Mac and computers in general.
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