Month: May 2012

Rust used to make Apple products stronger

For people who wonder how their MacBook, iPhone and iPod stay so structurally sound through everyday use, the answer is anodization. "Anodization is essentially corrosion. What Apple does is take the aluminum they make your MacBook Pro or iPod out of and corrode it until a honeycomb of pores open in the surface," Cult of…

What to know about the iPhone battery

Smartphone batteries have never quite been able to keep up with all-day use. Just when you're about to jump on an important business call, or you need to tell your spouse you're running late from work, you see your battery percentage in the red. It's frustrating to say the least and phone makers are aware.…

New iPhone camera photos leak

The iPhone 4 and 4S have great features that make a lot of people happy. Owners of the Apple smartphones love using the front and back cameras for things like taking pictures, video chatting through Skype or Facetime and more, but the affection for Apple's mobile phone may become even deeper with the newest version.…

Bigger iPhone screen could mean 12.5 percent more productivity

With 9to5Mac reporting that they believe Apple is in the process of looking at better resolution and a bigger screen for new iPhone models, ZDNet said this could mean a big improvement in the productivity of the smartphone's users, a 12.5 percent increase by ZDNet's count. No matter what size the screen, iPhone replacement glass…

Apple still dominates mobile PC market

The Apple iPad has been getting stronger over the past year, especially with the release of the new model, and a new forecast from NPD shows that the company has continued its domination over the first quarter of 2012. The wild popularity of the device is great, especially since there are many options for iPad…

Siri could be coming to MacBooks

Looking for a more friendly voice coming from your MacBook? Or any voice at all? You may be in luck. Apple's popular mobile assistant, Siri, may be coming to MacBooks in the next year, which means the laptop could soon be getting more interactive. For people who buy one of these new MacBooks with Siri…

Tim Cook changing how Apple works

While Steve Jobs was great at what he did with Apple, CNN and Fortune Magazine have a feature on Jobs' successor Tim Cook, new CEO of Apple, and how he is changing Apple. "A 14-year veteran of the company, Cook is maintaining, by words and actions, most of Apple's unique corporate culture," the news source…

Dropped your MacBook? Help is on the way

What could normally be considered a disastrous moment in the life of a MacBook, the drop, doesn't have to end the laptop. With MacBook repair from iResQ, people can take solace in knowing their MacBook could come back as good as new. DeltaFlow's blog said MacBook's are usually pretty sturdy, especially the MacBook Pro, which…

Tips for keeping your MacBook safe

Macbook repair services can help you with most hardware issues, whether it's a dented case, a damaged screen or a malfunctioning headphone jack. However, some problems can only be avoided by practicing safe online habits and keeping an eye on your laptop. It's been a long-running theme in the tech world: If you want to…

Apple showing interest in new high-tech stylus

Styluses haven't exactly been something fans of Apple devices have had to worry about. If you're having an iPad repair service done, it is never usually because styluses don't work on the device, but that may not be the case in the future, as AppleInsider is reporting the company is looking into a iOS stylus…