WiFi Wherever With Apple Hotspot

Stress surrounds us: work, family, kids, bills, and the list goes on. So when you can, vacation provides a much-needed getaway. For some, a beach far away serves the perfect relaxing atmosphere. For others, a sunset on a front porch swing out in the middle of nowhere acts as the ideal place to be. In […]

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My iPad Doesn’t Recognize My WiFi!

This weekend, I drove to Chicago, my hometown, to surprise my father for his birthday. Upon arriving home, I texted my parents to tell them I had made it back. I then went to Snapchat to send a snap message. I looked in the top left corner of my phone: LTE. Despite being in my […]

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Top Five Ways to Save Battery Life

Poor battery life ranks high on common complaint with iPhones, iPads, and iPods. This understandable issue raises concern for Apple users. What if the battery dies and your car breaks down? What if you get lost and can no longer access phone numbers or maps? This puts the reliant user in risk of dangerous circumstances. […]

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How to Use iPhone Night Shift Mode

More #FirstWorldProblems resolved in the new version of iOS 9.3, available for download now on your iPhone and iPad: the introduction of night shift mode. Night shift mode changes the brightness of your phone at designated times (such as at night), to make your screen more easy to view in dark surroundings (such as in […]

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Lessons from Apple & San Bernardino

The news currently is inundated with information about the San Bernardino shooting in December of 2015. While this tragic event occurred months ago, meaning it would normally be out of the newsroom at this point, this case has resurfaced because of cybersecurity. While the FBI continues their investigation into this case, they are asking Apple […]

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What to Ask IT Before Choosing BYOD

BYOD (bring your own device) is great. There is something great about having access to your work information anywhere you are. If a coworker calls you while you’re out with questions, all of your emails and files can be right at your fingertips. Especially if you’re in a position where you are out of the […]

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Mac vs. PC: What’s the Difference?

There are Mac people. There are PC people. There are people who have no clue. To begin showing you the similarities and differences between the two, we must establish some things. “Mac” is referring to Apple and operating systems. “PC,” which stands for “personal computer,” will be referring to Windows operating systems. Because of PC’s definition, […]

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