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Tom Hain AKA Mr Macintosh, has been supporting Apple Macintosh clients in the Byron Shire for the last 16 years.
I have built up a loyal clientele who appreciate personal service and quick solutions to the common situations that arise in the day to day life of the Mac computer, iPhone and iPad user. Catch up on my blog below, register for monthly updates and to sell your 2nd hand computers and peripherals and look in the How To pages for common assistance in setting up and using your Mac computer.
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Things have come to a pretty poor state when a business like Lightforce Computers can't make it as viable business. They have been open in Byron for 22 years and have seen margins squeezed by big business to the extent that makes remaining open unrealistic. Now that Harvey Norman and…
A timely reminder: having had another client lose all her data this week due to hard drive failure and not backing up, may I suggest once again that everyone run a Time Machine backup. If the drive is under warranty it will be replaced but YOUR DATA IS YOUR OWN RESPONSIBILITY!…
An apparently credible rumour suggests that Apple's new ear phones will include health sensors. Makes a lot of sense..
Google have released free iOS apps for editing Google Docs, sheets and slides. Available in the App Store now.
An unusal prediction by Avram Miller, a retired Vice President of business development that Apple will take on Google in Search! In fact is working on it right now...
Apple have responded to the complaints from a few people that the sleep/wake button on some iPhone 5 models have a problem and have set up an exchange program.
The link below takes you to their page. US and Canada are already live with other countries following on May 2nd.…
7.1.1 is now available which apparently fixes a few glitches. It is generally a good idea to run with the updates... Very occasionally there will be a problem but usually they work well.
And this article reckons it improves battery lifetoo: