• Apple Responds To Bent iPhone Gone Viral


    Apple has responded to reported bending issues of their flagship iPhone 6, 6 Plus. ALERT: Apple says only 9 customers have complained to the company about bent iPhones. (via @jonfortt) — CNBC Tech (@CNBCtech) September 25, 2014 Lets face it, any thing Apple is going to be big news. That’s not why giant companies are there, but… Continue Reading

  • Apple Pulls iOS 8.0.1


    Hours after the release of iOS 8.0.1 Apple pulled it. It’s not always great to be first to upgrade your device. Still Apple released and pulled the flawed Update 8.0.1 before it did some damage. The update scrambled the Touch ID not letting users into the iPhone. The iPhone also runs searching loop that expunged… Continue Reading

  • Video: Dude Bends iPhone 6 To Make A Point


    For most it may be a no-brainer, but just in case, the iPhone or any other device made of thin malleable material may bend. Reports are appearing over the web showing how their iPhones are bending. The bend can be caused for a number of reasons, skinny jeans, sitting on it, or simply too much force… Continue Reading

  • Mac Loosing Battery Life Too Quick?


    Managing battery life is a big subject these days. Just when that important issue arrises it always seems like the battery is at 3 percent. Mac offers a way to manage this ever so stressful dilemma. The new feature in Mac allows you to see which apps are using significant energy and stealing your batter… Continue Reading

  • Upgrade To iOS 8 Without Deleting.


    That’s right, deleting photos and apps, is not necessary. As it turns out, upgrading to iOS 8 just takes connecting the iPhone to iTunes. Lets make it simple.  Open up iTunes, connect your iPhone. Download and install the new iOS 8. As always with any computer device, it’s a good idea to back up your phone… Continue Reading

  • Google Docs and Sheets Available on iOS and Android


    Google Docs and Sheets is now available on iOS and Android, but they have been available on Google Drive all this time. So what’s the difference? No much, except that it is more of a convenience. Perhaps there will be more functionality in the future. Both apps, Docs and Sheets, are available for offline creating… Continue Reading