Week one of classes is nearly over, you will most likely overlook tonight’s homework in favor for hours of careless debauchery at the local watering hole, and you finally feel like you are getting familiar with your Mac.Â However, if you feel like you’re still not all there, here is the next installment of tips and tricks to really make you feel like a member of the Mac family.
Archive for August, 2007
It’s a week until the beat goes on… what does Steve Jobs have in-store for all of us?
Belfast-based mobile phone unlocking service UniquePhones is reviewing its plans to sell iPhone unlocking software after receiving legal threats from AT&T.
UniquePhones has been in the business of unlocking network-exclusive mobile phones and its site claims that the company has unlocked over 1,000 mobile phone units. Its latest conquest, the iPhone has been the object of much attention by hackers and code crackers keen to use the iPhone in countries other than the US, and on carriers other than AT&T.
The word has gone out, the media is gathering, Apple has called a special event for September 5th in San Fransisco
Do you feel like you dropped into college with a Mac on your lap and not a clue in the world what that little apple key has to do with anything, or what this “expose” people keep talking about is?Â This series is for those who are looking for a couple tips and tricks to making your Mac the best it can be, and for free on top of that!
College session is just beginning, your parents have just bought you a shiny white MacBook, you’re all moved into your dorm…and you have no idea what this “OS X” is, how to use it, or how you’ll ever get used to using 2 fingers to scroll. Never fear, college newbie: I’m starting a series in which I will give you tips that will make your college experience (with your Mac at your side) one to remember.
So now, just like a kid in a candy store, there are three or four legitimate ways to open your iPhone to GSM networks…but what everyone is wondering is, “Is it worth it?”Â The answer is both yes and no; it just depends on what you’re looking for.Â Below I’ll explain what you can and can’t do with an unlocked iPhone, and you can decide whether it is worth it for your needs.
iPhoneSimFree.com is reporting they have successfully cracked the iPhone’s SIM lock, and the phone will now work with any carrier.
In what seems to be becoming a rumor-of-the-day dance, there’s a new one circulating that the upcoming iPods may hit as early as September 5th.