Everyone knows when you have a portable Mac, you’re able to see the battery status in the menubar. In Mountain Lion, Apple changed some of the options. You won’t be able to show the “Time Remaining”, only the current battery percentage. We contacted Apple about this and we got the answer that it is not [...]
As most of you know, Apple and Blu-ray aren’t good friends. Mac’s don’t come with Blu-ray players and don’t offer any playback and support what so ever for Blu-ray discs. Nevertheless you can rip Blu-rays on your Mac, and to be honest, it’s not that hard to do.
— If you want to rip the [...]
Have you noticed how Youtube started adding advertising to your beloved videos?
If you’re a Safari user, there is a quick way to get rid of them and enable HTML5 video at the same time, let me explain you how.
When you open Safari, go to your preferences (cmd + ,)
Before we begin, let me point out a few things first.
You need Pixelmator or Photoshop in order to do this tutorial. (click the one you use to see the steps!) You need Icon Composer.app from Apple, it’s a part of Xcode which can be downloaded for free. You’ll need to download this [...]
Apple has just released a major update to it’s iOS software. We’ve been using iOS5 since June, let’s talk iOS!
At first, you wouldn’t think much has changed in iOS5. But there are a lot of under the hood goodies that make it worthwhile. Let’s get to some of the more important changes.
If you’re running Lion on a portable Mac, you might notice that your hard disk space declines with every passing day, not because you have so many things on your Mac but because Lion is continuously taking local backups.
According to Apple:
“Time Machine keeps local snapshots as space permits.”
That’s all great no? [...]
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