Tag: iPhone

WWDC 2012 – The Aftermath

WWDC 2012 – The Aftermath

. June 7, 2017 . 0 Comments

So, the dust has finally settled on this year’s WWDC, and we can start to look at what was and wasn’t announced. I’m going to break down these announcements into three categories: iOS6 (the operating system that runs iPhones, iPads and iPod touches Mountain Lion (aka OSX 10.8, the new Macintosh computer operating system) Hardware […]

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Dictate this! The App of the Week.

Dictate this! The App of the Week.

. June 7, 2017 . 0 Comments

App of the week For the last week. I’ve been playing with a very cool new app. In fact you might not believe it, but I’m writing this blog with it as we speak. It’s from a company called Nuance. And it’s based on the Dragon voice recognition protocol available for computers. The accuracy is […]

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The MacWhisperer’s tips to work like a pro: Tip #2 Don’t be App-rehensive

The MacWhisperer’s tips to work like a pro: Tip #2 Don’t be App-rehensive

. June 7, 2017 . 0 Comments

Tip #2: Don’t be App-rehensive… Avoid the Web and Use Your Apps So I saw something today that caught my attention and gave me clarity about what I wanted to post today. So what did I see? An iPhone with no apps. Not a single one (other than the pre-installed apps). I was aghast. And […]

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More than 50 things you can replace by getting an iPhone

More than 50 things you can replace by getting an iPhone

. June 7, 2017 . 0 Comments

Hi friends, I came up with this list of items you can replace by owning an iPhone… Any things you think I missed? Let me know. I’ll go more into details on all these items (and any you add) in a later post. 50 things you can replace with an iPhone 1) calculator 2) digital […]

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Verizon and the iPhone

Verizon and the iPhone

. June 7, 2017 . 0 Comments

Q: Is the iPhone going to Verizon, and should I switch carriers when it does? A: Well, it looks like it’s finally going to happen. all signs point to AT&T losing their exclusivity to the iPhone this next year. The pundits say that it should happen in the first quarter of 2011. Probably by March. […]

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A question for the MacWhisperer

A question for the MacWhisperer

. June 7, 2017 . 0 Comments

Ellen asks “How do I voice command my iPhone 3gs to call someone?” And the MacWhisperer answers: “Press and hold home button until you hear the tone, then say “call”. Or “dial .”

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Make the Most of your iPhone Battery

Make the Most of your iPhone Battery

. June 7, 2017 . 0 Comments

So, it goes without saying that one of the greatest flaws of the iPhone is it’s less than stellar battery life. One of the most frequent questions I get asked is how to make the most of it. What follows are all of the biggest battery drains of the iPhone. It is not necessary to […]

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Operation Chokehold and the AT&T Notwork

Operation Chokehold and the AT&T Notwork

. June 7, 2017 . 0 Comments

So, this week fake Steve Jobs popped up all over the mac landscape. He, like most of us, is constantly frustrated with the ongoing AT&T network debacle. Dropped calls, lousy voice quality, huge coverage dead zones have become the daily norm for iPhone users. In this day and age of technological marvels it’s nothing short […]

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iPhone apps I can’t live without

iPhone apps I can’t live without

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Because it Was There

Because it Was There

. June 7, 2017 . 0 Comments

So I finally did it. I hacked my phone and ran Quickpwn, and jailbreak the poor little guy. Now, the big question is why… When the original iphone was out, in the days before the App Store, I jailbreak my iphone, and my wife’s and my stepson’s. After all, there were apps I needed on […]

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