There are some that say that there is absolutely no need to use any means of an Anti-Virus or Anti-Malware solution on a Mac. Well, it’s a difficult topic to cover because it’s a yes and no situation. Compared to Windows there is only a fraction of known virus that can affect Mac OS X… but that does mean that there are viruses and malware out there that can affect Macs.
Do you have an old iPod Classic lying around just collecting dust? If so, why not put it to use. Most of the old iPod Classics have a lot of hard drive space, for instance mine is over 7 years old and has a whopping 80GB of space. It’s scratched up, has been dropped more time than I can remember, but still works like a charm as an external portable drive. It also doesn’t hurt than it’s small enough to fit in your pocket.
Apple released iOS 6 on September 19, 2012, and with this update came over 200 new features. This included the more popular features like 3D maps and GPS, Facebook integration, panorama pictures, passbook and a better Siri, among other updates. This tutorial will go though the steps necessary to install iOS 6 and some tips to help you out incase you are having any issues updating.
iOS 6 is updatable on iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4, iPhone 4s, iPhone 5, iPod Touch 4, iPod Touch 5, iPad 2, iPad 3, iPad 4 and the iPad mini. Any of these devices, even if they only have 8GB of space can be updated to iOS 6. Depending on what iOS device you use you may not have access to all of the features included in iOS 6. For example, Siri is compatible on an iPhone 4s but not on an iPhone 3GS, this is simply because it does not support the system requirements (or because Apple wants more money). There are 2 ways to update to iOS 6; through iTunes and through your devices software update.
It’s finally here, a Jailbreak method for your iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad and iPad mini. This jailbreak supports iOS 6.0 – 6.1.2. This means that your iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4, iPhone 4s, iPhone 5, iPod 4, iPod 5, iPad 2, iPad 3, iPad 4 and even the iPad mini can all be Jailbroken. And best of all, it’s free and incredibly easy to Jailbreak.
Need to make an exact copy of your Mac as a backup, or use to setup a new Mac, or even keep your entire computers OS in your pocket? Carbon Copy Cloner takes everything on your Mac and creates an exact duplicate of it.
Fast backup saves your stuff. Bootable recovery saves your time.
Deleting an application by simply dragging it into the Trash bin does not remove everything. Left behind are preferences, logs, plist files, caches, and sometimes even the PKG or DMG installer. These left over files are usually small and are left behind so if you ever re-install the application later after deleting it, it can simply pick up your preferences, ect and set itself up the way you previously had it set up. However if you never plan on re-installing the application or just want to keep your Mac clean and tidy there are a few great apps for deleting all traces of an application.