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Command Tab - Ep 4 - iPhone 6

Posted Jul 16 by  / 
Topics: "Command-Tab" Podcast

Command Tab

This is Command Tab, TD Curran's new podcast all about Apple and what they might (possibly) be up to.

In this fourth episode, Ben and George talk about everything iPhone 6, and what might come of Apple's newest addition to their smartphone family. George waits on his check from HBO. Ben loves the iMac. 


How to Use an iPhone or iPad with a Broken Button

Posted Jul 15 by  / 
Topics: Tech Tips


iPhone Button

Apple's mobile devices feature superior construction with quality materials, but all devices will show some wear over time. In some cases, buttons on the iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad can begin to function improperly or cease to work at all. Here's what you can do when that happens.


Continuity: Apple Products Working Together

Posted Jul 14 by  / 
Topics: News

Continuity: Apple Products Working Together

The thing I love most about Apple is how their products interact together. By designing both the hardware and software for their devices, Apple has created a cohesive and intuitive environment that enables products to work seamlessly together, ultimately improving the experience for the end user. Apple has now dubbed its system of allowing products to work together beautifully, "Continuity." Apple announced some exciting new features regarding Continuity between OS X Yosemite and iOS 8. While the new operating systems aren't available yet, here's a little taste of what is to come, along with a few features that are currently available.


Command Tab - Ep 3 - iOS 8/OS X Yosemite Betas

Posted Jul 10 by  / 
Topics: "Command-Tab" Podcast

Command Tab

This is Command Tab, TD Curran's new podcast all about Apple and what they might (possibly) be up to.

In this fourth episode, Ben and George talk about everything iPhone 6, and what might come of Apple's newest addition to their smartphone family. George waits on his check from HBO. Ben loves the iMac


Mail Updates in OS X Yosemite

Posted Jul 9 by  / 
Topics: News

Mail Updates in OS X YosemiteWhile Apple is revered for some of their software applications, they are commonly criticized for others. In OS X Mavericks, the Mail app was a commonly criticized application. Users complained that it lacked power features present in other third-party email apps and that it did not handle certain email providers as well as others. Apple heeded the criticism of Mail in Mavericks and responded with a major update to the program in the upcoming Mac desktop operating system, OS X 10.10 Yosemite. From a new design to more powerful features, Mail has received a complete makeover.


Command Tab - Ep 2 - HomeKit

Posted Jul 7 by  / 
Topics: "Command-Tab" Podcast

Command Tab

This is Command Tab, TD Curran's new podcast all about Apple and what they might (possibly) be up to.

In this episode, Ben and George speculate about HomeKit and what might happen to the house after Apple reveals more about this initiative.


Apple's File Management Solution: iCloud Drive

Posted Jul 5 by  / 
Topics: News

Apple's File Management Solution: iCloud DriveCurrently, storing and managing non-Apple filetypes, such as Microsoft Office files and PDFs, across all of your devices is not a straightforward process and is best accomplished by using third-party applications. With iCloud Drive, to be released alongside iOS 8 and OS X Yosemite later this fall, Apple hopes to simplify the way you store, access and edit files of all kinds across all of your devices.


A Quick Look at OS X Yosemite

Posted Jul 2 by  / 
Topics: News

A Quick Look at OS X YosemiteExactly one month ago, Apple introduced a preview of the next version of the Mac operating system, OS X 10.10 Yosemite. When you first look at Yosemite, the biggest thing that stands out is the new design overhaul. This design is very similar to the change from iOS 6 to iOS 7 last year. While the desktop interface still looks familiar enough, it has been overhauled with the same flat design and translucency apparent in iOS 7. Take a look at the design changes in Yosemite as well as a preview of some of the new features included in the update.