We Want The iPhone XR

Tis the season for cellphone upgrades, fa la la la la…and so forth. My wife, Michelle and I, recently came back to YouTube, after a rather long hiatus off of all things social media, and made our comeback with our opinions as to why the iPhone XR would be the best choice for us. Michelle’s reasons were pretty straight forward; She wants the “latest and greatest” iPhone model. Albeit the XR may not be the “Greatest” out of this year’s line, we hold the belief that such things are entirely subjective. She’s also looking forward to a minimal bezel, as […]

BTLR; Twitter, Apple, And iOS 10.1

Twitter reportedly planning to cut hundreds of jobs. Twitter is planning to cut hundreds of jobs, with an announcement possibly coming as soon as this week ahead of its third-quarter financial results, Bloomberg reported Monday. Apple Replaces Support Profiles. Apple recently removed Support Profiles from its website, redirecting the page to a new “Get Support” tool that similarly enables customers to check their technical support and service coverage status for iPhones, iPads, Macs, and other Apple products they own. There is, however, one notable difference. iOS 10.1 is now available with Portrait mode for iPhone 7 Plus. Apple just released […]

BTLR; Apple Watch Series 2, Chinese Tech Security, And Hello Again

APPLE WATCH Series 2 Apple Watch Series 2 is launching this week with a built-in GPS chip and waterproof capabilities. There’s also an Apple Watch Series 1, exactly like the iPhone smartwatch we reviewed below, but with the faster processor of the Apple Watch 2. Here’s our updated take on the first Apple Watch, now with new software. The military is concerned that Chinese computer products could pose a cyber security threat The Pentagon’s Joint Staff recently warned against using equipment made by China’s Lenovo computer manufacturer amid concerns about cyber spying against Pentagon networks, according to defense officials. New […]

Apple Releases iOS 8.1.1; Better Performance On Older Devices

The release comes almost a month after the release of iOS 8.1. As per the release notes, the focus is on bug fixes and performance improvements for older devices such as the iPad 2 and iPhone 4S. The iPhone 4S and iPad 2 can technically run iOS 8, but the performance isn’t what you would call spectacular. Most noticeable, animations, some load times and overall responsiveness on the latest OS fall behind where those devices were on iOS 7. In addition to updating iOS 8, Apple also released an small update for OS X Yosemite, dubbed OS X 10.10.1, which […]