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Why do some people just hate Apple?

May 21st, 2015|Company News|

With the recent release of the Apple watch, it’s an opportunity to ponder on just why a box of electrical components named after a fruit can be so divisive. I started my career in IT working for a large Apple specialist at a time when iphones and ipads were merely a glint in the eye of [...]

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New iPhone Location Setting For When Your Phone Dies

October 21st, 2014|Technology News, Tips and Advice|

One of the most important iCloud features is arguably Find My iPhone, a free service from Apple that lets users track the location of misplaced, lost, or stolen iPhones, iPads, and even Macs. However, a major limitation of Find My iPhone is that it requires the device you’re looking for to be powered on and [...]

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7 Ways To Minimise Battery Usage on iOS 8

October 2nd, 2014|Tips and Advice|

Those of you running the latest iOS 8 software on your iPhone or iPad might notice your battery life dwindling faster than usual.That's because the handful of shiny new features added to the mobile operating system are working harder to make your mobile experience more productive. Of course, ironically, that productivity lasts for less time [...]

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iOS 8 updated features worth noting

September 24th, 2014|Technology News, Tips and Advice|

Apple’s new iOS 8 operating system for iPhones and iPads has been available for download for a while now but for the uninitiated the update can be pretty confusing, with Settings app now bloated by a seemingly endless list of apps and options. So, if you’ve just bought a new iPhone or installed OS 8 [...]

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Phishing for your Apple ID – How to spot a phishing attack.

July 18th, 2014|Company News, Security and Threats, Tips and Advice|

We have currently seen a new phishing focus, Apple device users. Just recently one of our clients received the following email privately From: Apple [mailto:secure@mysecureicloud.co.uk] Sent:  July 2014 To: Matt Subject: Apple ID Temporarily Locked iCloud/Apple - matt This message is to inform you that your Apple Account (Your@emailaddress.co.uk) has been temporarily locked until you [...]

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Apple updates for iOS and Mac

June 5th, 2014|Technology News|

Apple’s recent Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) announced major updates to their phone (IOS) and computer (OSX) operating systems. The some of the most exciting announcements centred around “continuity” which is all about linking your iPhone with your iMac or Macbook. Some of the features include Handoff - letting devices in proximity of each other interact [...]

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