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App Store Tips

App Store Tips

App Store overview Shopping for apps is easy and fun in the App Store. You can choose from thousands of apps developed just for your Mac—browse, read about apps, buy the ones you want, write reviews, and even keep macOS and your apps up to date. All you need is an Apple ID. If you(…)

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Disable System Integrity Protection (SIP)

Disable System Integrity Protection (SIP)

MacOS Sierra has a stricter Gatekeeper with not allowing Apps from unidentified developers and as a result will annoy us with saying that application is damaged and cannot be opened. How to Disable System Integrity Protection (SIP) for MacOS Sierra? With the following 2 options: Option 1 For a certain application run in Terminal: sudo(…)

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iPhone

iPhone

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iPod

iPod

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Top Apps

Top Apps

AppFresh Software updater is great for Apple applications, but appfresh has the ability to check thrid party apps for updates. A great little tool for keeping upto date. AppZapperAlthough applications are easy to uninstall on a mac there are usually small preference files hanging about. Appzapper cleans up an uninstall all of those files. Disk(…)

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Apple Glossery – iPhone App

Apple Glossery – iPhone App

Get the A-Z of Apple in to your iPhone !

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Apple Glossary

Apple Glossary

Apple Glossary Definitions of common terms, words, and technical jargon !

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The iPhone SDK !

The iPhone SDK !

The new iPhone SDK in Dashcode allows you to create Web Applications for the iPhone and iPod Touch. It provides three templates: Custom, Browser and RSS. It provides you with fields to specify how to handle orientation changes and zooming. There is a Home Screen icon editor. Here is how the Browser template looks when(…)

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Key Combos !

Key Combos !

Startup: Press X during startup – Force Mac OS X startupPress Option-Command-Shift-Delete during startup – Bypass primary startup volume and seek a different startup volume (such as a CD or external disk)Press C during startup – Start up from a CD that has a system folderPress N during startup – Attempt to start up from(…)

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Refreshing a Widget

A tough reference to find is keyboard shortcuts within Mac OS X Dashboard.I’m not talking about launching Dashboard – everyone knows you can set “hot keys” or mouse corners to trigger that. I’m referring to keyboard shortcuts once your in Dashboard view. To refresh a specific widget, click on the widget once, and hit Command(…)

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