I hate coins. Every time I'm handed change from a transaction, I cringe knowing that those coins are bound to either end up in my couch, bouncing around my dryer or wedged into some obscure corner of my car. Although Acorns does not solve my dilemma when it comes to physical spare change, it provides an extremely valuable service that allows users to invest small amounts from each transaction made on linked credit or debit cards.
While working dually as a password manager and a secure digital wallet app, Dashlane provides simplistic solutions to the ever-grieving password fatigue that everyone encounters from time to time. Co-founded in 2011 by Business Objects CEO Bernard Liautaud, Jean Guillou, Guillaume Maron and Alexis Fogel, Dashlane was quickly credited for its sophisticated software. The ease-of-use and simplicity of Dashlane is phenomenal.
Apple’s next Special Event is rumored to happen on Tuesday, September 9th. While the invitation to the event won’t be officially sent out to the media until right before the event's scheduled date, from various sources it looks as though September 9th will be the special day. As to what Apple will release at this event, it looks like the main product will be the rumored next generation iPhone, the iPhone 6. The iPhone 6 is supposedly going to feature two new sizes of screen - a 4.7-inch and a 5.5-inch model. Along with larger screen sizes, it is safe to say that the new iPhone will be faster, thinner and have a better camera - along with keeping that eye-catching design that iPhones are known for.
iPhone 5 Battery Replacement Program: What you need to do to get your iPhone 5 battery replaced for free.
"Apple has recently discovered that a certain number of iPhone 5 batteries have not performed like they had expected, either due to shorter battery life or just for the lack of holding a charge. If you purchased your iPhone between the dates of September 2012 and January 2013 your iPhone may qualify for a free replacement."
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I’m sure you’ve heard of the Internet… right? Duh. Well, simply put, it’s a big huge network that’s changing humanity. Does that Jog your memory? Now the real question is this: do you know the difference between the Internet and your WiFi network? If you don’t, stay calm and I’ll explain. I’ll do my best to put this into laymen's terms. There will be a few concepts introduced, but for the most part I teach in visual metaphors - so I’ll do my best to help you understand.
If I can get you to remember one thing, it’s this: WiFi and the Internet are two completely separate beasts. If you can remember that moving forward, then half of my job is done.
Okay, now what’s the difference?
If there is one thing Apple loves, its secrecy. The Cupertino-based company is famous for keeping product releases hush-hush until a week or so before it is released to the public. That being said, entire communities have formed around the sole purpose of uncovering and revealing Apple's secrets about upcoming products. Recently, these communities have focused on the iPhone 6, which should be released sometime toward the end of September or early October. The purpose of this post is to review the prevailing rumors around the web as well as to explore some of the more obscure ones.
This is Command Tab, TD Curran's podcast all about Apple and what they might (possibly) be up to.
This week George chimes in from Vancouver, Washington (down south, near Oregon) while Ben stays home in Seattle. There's new rumors flying about the iPhone 6 launch date, and iPads with Touch ID. We touch on Intel's future and past. George knows more then Ben about power-line network adapters. Ben's mind is blown by how many processes go into one second on a normal Macbook's Intel processer.
The iPhone is known for many features: the iSight camera, Siri, user-friendly operating system - the list goes on and on. That being said, some of the iPhone’s features and capabilities go over-looked and are not as well-known. While there are many more cool iPhone features not included on this list, here are five that you may not know about.
The name, "Apple TV," is a bit deceiving. An Apple TV is not an actual television set, but rather a WiFi-enabled content streaming device that hooks up to a HDTV. Through a technology called AirPlay, you can wirelessly stream or mirror content from certain Apple devices to an Apple TV. In addition to AirPlay, Apple TV's come with several built-in programs and applications. Apple regularly updates and adds new programming to the Apple TV, but here is an overview of the current built-in applications on the Apple TV, courtesy of Apple.com and iLounge.com.