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.
How to set up your device for success
When you get a new iPhone, it can be tempting to jump in and start using all the features right away. To make sure you get the best experience, it’s important to spend a few minutes setting up a few key features. When you activate your iPhone with Verizon at TD Curran, we’ll help you through the entire setup process, giving you essential tips and advice along the way.
Google founder Larry Page recently announced a huge change to one of the world’s biggest tech companies, restructuring Google as a subsidiary of a new holding company called “Alphabet." While this won’t really change how Google operates from the user end, it’s making a big splash in the tech world.
In light of this news, let’s take a look at some incredible free apps Google offers for iPhone:
Sometimes with technology, things just stop working. Commonly with email, the problem is that email is not sending or receiving. If you know that your internet connection is working, try out a few of these steps for fixing a troublesome email on iOS and OS X. These troubleshoots assume you are using the Mail app.
Verizon Wireless announced a brand new set of service plans in four sizes: Small, Medium, Large and X-Large. Each plan comes with unlimited talk and text and shareable data, much like the current MORE Everything plans. The new plan is simply dubbed "The Verizon Plan" and the pricing structure is as follows:
Microsoft recently announced the release of Microsoft Office 2016 for Mac, but you still need an Office 365 subscription to get it. Starting today, you can now buy Office 365 directly from TD Curran!
TiVo, the popular TV recording device, released a new iOS app Tuesday with the ability to AirPlay content wirelessly directly to Apple TV. Previously, TiVo blocked AirPlay capability through its iOS app.
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.