How You Can Afford the Upcoming Apple Products

Apple products
We’re already halfway through the year, and that means we’re going to see a bunch of new or bumped up Apple devices one after the other. If you’re lucky, and you always have the disposable income to buy every single new gadget Apple comes out with, good for you. For the rest of us who Read more…

Adidas Plus Apple = miCoach SMART BALL

SMART BALL
The guys at Apple may not be the first ones to come to mind when sports comes up, but it doesn’t mean they can’t create stuff that appeals to sports buffs. And that’s exactly what they have done with their partnership with Adidas, which of course is one of the biggest names in sports. While Read more…

6 Little Known Tips for Finder

6 Little Known Tips for Finder
If you’ve ever used a Mac before you’ve used Finder. Finder is an odd program since it’s always running, can’t be shut off easily, and basically controls all your files in OS X. This backbone of your system does a lot of heavy lifting for your Mac, but it can be customized and tweaked just Read more…

New Madrid Apple Store is More Than a Thing of Beauty

Madrid Apple Store
Apple Stores are special. Even non-fanboys admit that there is something about Apple Stores (at least those that I know). But every now and then, a really special Apple Store is built, and the new Madrid Apple Store is one of them. Gary Allen of Forbes talks about the new Madrid Apple Store, which opened Read more…

It’s Official: Third-Party Chargers and Lightning Cables CAN Damage Your iPhone

lightning cable
We’ve always “known” that unofficial Apple chargers and cables pose a threat to our Apple devices, iPhones included. Yet that hasn’t stopped third-party manufacturers from creating their own products and selling them at much lower price points than original or certified Apple accessories. Obviously, there is a market for them. After all, everyone likes to Read more…

Does the New, Cheaper iMac Signal a Change for Apple?

Does the New, Cheaper iMac Signal a Change for Apple?
Yesterday Apple released an update to their iMac lineup of computers that nobody saw coming. While there have been rumors that the guys and gals in Cupertino were looking to release a small update to the iMac lineup this week, the release of an entry-level 21.5″ iMac priced at $1,099 is a pretty big deal. Read more…

You Can Test Drive an iPhone 5S for a Week, Thanks to T-Mobile

You Can Test Drive an iPhone 5S for a Week, Thanks to T-Mobile
And Apple, of course. Yesterday, T-Mobile held the “Uncarrier” event, wherein they announced the “Test Drive” campaign. In a nutshell, the campaign will allow any customer to test drive an iPhone 5S for a week – without any money involved. That’s a full week – seven days – and not a work week. Source At Read more…

Give Your Kids a Creative Summer at a FREE Apple Camp

Apple Camp
Summer camps bring back lots of memories for adults, but they are still here for our children. There is a relatively new kind of summer camp that you will want your kids to join this season, though, and you have to act quickly to make sure you get a slot. Apple Camp, an initiative of Read more…

5 Tips for Working with PDF Files in OS X

5 Tips for Working with PDF Files in OS X
OSX loves PDF files. Unlike Windows, Macs come pre-installed with a stock application for viewing and editing PDF files, something that Windows users have to download and even purchase separately! Most people just use Preview to view PDF files and think that’s all it’s good for, but lucky for you, Preview can do so much Read more…

Apple Sends Out Invites for $100 Million Education Program

Apple Sends Out Invites for $100 Million Education Program
So who said Apple doesn’t do its part in giving back to the community? This week, Apple has started sending out applications/invitations for the $100 Million Education Program it is carrying out in line with the White House’s ConnectED initiative. This initiative was announced by the Obama administration in 2013, with goal of enriching “K-12 Read more…