iPhone 5C and 5S

picture from endgadget, copied from MacRumours Apple announced some new phones, again. The 5C is a plastic iPhone, as if there isn’t enough plastic in the world. Soon there will be Chinese billions of plastic iPhones cluttering up our island beaches. On the positive side at least that means billions of people will have access…… Continue reading iPhone 5C and 5S

Offline Google Maps on your iPhone / iPad

The latest version of Google Maps for iOS (v2.0) has a new feature that allows you to download the mapping data to your device to use offline when you don’t have a WiFi connection or have a poor 3G signal. Here’s how to get the data for offline use: Whilst connected to WiFi or in…… Continue reading Offline Google Maps on your iPhone / iPad

Master Your Mac with Keyboard Shortcuts

Switch between Applications as quick as a flash using your keyboard, hold down CMD ⌘ and press TAB ⇥ once This post is specifically for Mac Users I repeat … hold down CMD ⌘ and press TAB ⇥ once Its one of the best keyboard shortcuts, second only to COPY and PASTE. Use it more…… Continue reading Master Your Mac with Keyboard Shortcuts

iPhone 5 Review

Apple’s latest iPhone model is another step forward for the smartphone. We rely on these devices so much now; checking email, updating schedules, locating the nearest bar and idling a few moments on the train, oh and making phone calls too. A world without them would seem dull and slow. So do you need the…… Continue reading iPhone 5 Review

Top Tips for Lion Users

and only one for Snow Leopard users Airdrop. The easiest method of filesharing between computers, ever. Use it whenever you need to move files between computers that are within wifi range of each other. You don’t even have to connect to a network or be on the same local area network. It is simple, quick…… Continue reading Top Tips for Lion Users