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What Exactly is Apple's Swift Programming Language?

Posted Tue by  / 
Topics: News

What Exactly is Swift?

During Apple’s World Wide Developers Conference in 2014, Apple introduced Swift, a new programming language for developing apps for the OS X and iOS platform. Since then, Swift has grown and has become popular for developers creating apps for the iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch, Apple Watch and Mac.


Apple Fall Product Rumors

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Topics: Rumors

Apple Fall Product Rumors

Over the past couple years, Apple has had two fall events for the purpose of introducing new products. This year will probably be the same, with an iPhone event in September and an iPad and Mac event in October.


Introducing TotalCare+ for Mac

Posted Jul 21 by  / 
Topics: Tech Tips, News

Introducing TotalCare+ for Mac

At TD Curran, we recommend AppleCare with every new Mac. Applecare extends your one-year hardware warranty to three years and gives you access to 3 years of Apple’s award-winning technical phone support. While AppleCare covers manufacturer’s defects and hardware issues, it does not cover accidental damage. TotalCare+, however, does.


iPhone 6s Rumors

Posted Jul 21 by  / 
Topics: Rumors

iPhone 6s Rumors

For the last few years, Apple has announced a new iPhone in early Fall. While the specifications are always kept under lock and key, there have been many rumors surrounding this year’s model. Here are a few of the more likely rumors you might have heard about with the next iPhone.


Apple Reportedly Leases Office Space in Seattle's Union Square

Posted Jul 21 by  / 
Topics: News

Apple Reportedly Leases Office Space in Seattle’s Union Square

According to a report by Bloomberg Business, Apple Inc. recently signed a lease for the entire 44th floor and half of the 45th floor at Two Union Square in Downtown Seattle. The 56-story skyscraper is the third tallest building in Seattle. The rented space includes about 30,000 square feet, which can hold anywhere from 120 to 200 employees according to typical corporate leasing ratios.


What's the Difference Between Verizon EDGE and a 2-Year Contract?

Posted Jul 17 by  / 
Topics: Tech Tips, News

verizon EDGE vs. 2 year contract

When getting a new phone on Verizon, you have two options: you can either activate it on a two-year contract or you can activate it on Verizon's EDGE program. In the near future, Verizon will transition out of two-year contracts and move exclusively to the EDGE plan. For the time being, let's take a look at the difference between the two options so you can figure out what's best for you.


AppleCare+ vs Verizon's Total Mobile Protection

Posted Jul 17 by  / 
Topics: Tech Tips

Applecare+ vs Verizon's Total Mobile ProtectionEveryday we see many people come in with cracked screens or soaking wet iPhones, wondering what their options are. Unfortunately, getting a replacement can be expensive if you’re not covered with some form of insurance. When you get your new phone at TD Curran, we always recommend AppleCare+, but Verizon also offers a similar insurance option for protecting your phone. Let’s take a look at the differences between the two.