That iOS 7.0.6 Update Plugs a Big (and Stupid) Security Hole


On Friday Apple released an iOS update for its mobile devices. iOS 7.0.6 and 6.1.6 were targeted as security fixes and as those who investigate these things have discovered they plugged a pretty serious hole. So much so that warnings of “install the patch now” should not be ignored. To put it another way, until […]

Apple and The Seduction Game of Free Software

The seduction of free

We all know how dope dealers lure in customers. Have a taste for free. You get hooked, and then voila, the dealer has a new customer. Well, I’m not saying that Apple works like dope dealers here, but with the deluge of new free software and upgrades Apple offered up yesterday in its big announcement, […]

Available Today: Still the Best Feature Apple Offers

Available Today is a Feature

Apple is in the middle of its big event today. Already it has announced updates to its MacBook Pro lineup, more about the Mac Pro, and on the software side the new version of Mac OSX-Mavericks, and new versions of iLife and iWork. With the exception of the Mac Pro, which is due to be […]

Apple Event Wish List: 5 Things We Want Today

Watch the Apple October 22nd event live in video on the Apple TV, on iPhone, iPad and Apple computers

As Apple plans to announce some new tablets and possibly computers today at their iPad Announcement Event. We expect them to hopefully show off a new iPad mini 2 with Retina Display┬árunning a faster processor. Expect a new iPad 5 with a thinner form factor and more powerful processor as well. The larger iPad will […]

iBooks Comes to the Mac on OSX Mavericks Great of Education


At WWDC 2013 Apple announced that they would port iBooks to the Mac. The new app will let users read all their iBooks titles on their Mac running the new OSX Mavericks, also announced today. Previously, iBooks readers could only read their content on an iPad, iPod Touch or iPhone. That’s how most people would […]