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RepairPal.com helps you when you need car repairs-Last updated Wednesday, June 29, 2016 — RepairPal.com helps you when you need car repairs — I don’t know much about cars. When the mechanic says “You need a new alternator” all I can say is “OK… but how much is this going to cost?” At that point, as long as he doesn’t say something outrageous I tend to give him the go-ahead. Then I spend the next few weeks wondering how much I overpaid. Those days are over (and they have been for awhile). RepairPal.com, a terrific resource, helps you get an idea of… Continue Reading RepairPal.com helps you when you need car repairs
How to Open an App from an Unidentified Developer-Last updated Wednesday, June 29, 2016 — How to Open an App from an Unidentified Developer — Sometimes you download a Mac app and it won’t open. You get a dialog box that says the app can’t be opened because it’s from an unidentified developer and your security settings won’t allow it. Apple protects your Mac from rogue apps by requiring them to either be from the Mac App Store (a place that Apple controls) or from a developer who is registered with Apple. You can turn off this protection by going to the System Preferences and changing… Continue Reading How to Open an App from an Unidentified Developer
How to Watch Apple’s WWDC Keynote-Last updated Tuesday, June 14, 2016 How to Watch Apple’s WWDC Keynote UPDATE: The keynote is over. Here’s a link to the entire recorded keynote (122 minutes). UPDATE #2: Here’s a link to a seven-minute condensed version of the keynote from our friends at MacRumors. Apple’s 2016 World Wide Developers Conference (WWDC) is June 13th through the 17th in San Francisco, California. Although the conference itself is for Mac, iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, Apple Watch, and Apple TV developers, the keynote speech usually has something for the rest of us, and you can watch it… Continue Reading How to Watch Apple’s WWDC Keynote
I’m Christian Boyce. My customers call me the best Mac consultant in Los Angeles and I’m not about to argue. However, I also provide in-person Mac-related services to customers in the Austin Texas area, and I also provide iPhone and iPad training and support, so I guess we might need to rephrase things. Let’s just say I know my Apple stuff, and I want to share what I know with you.
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