Tag Archive: Difficult


David is a brilliant and challenging game about a little square facing off against some giant, often cheap-as-hell foes with nothing but the minimalist-game version of a slingshot. David by Fermenter Games Category: iOS Games Works With: iPhone, iPad, iPod… Read more ›

The Apple TV made a staggering $ 1 billion in sales in 2013. Tim Cook shared the news during Apple’s annual meeting with shareholders today in Cupertino, California. “It’s a little more difficult to call it a hobby these days,†said… Read more ›     

When your working relationship begins with the company you’re working with making an official complaint about your “unprecedented” bill, you know things are off to a rocky start. Cult of Mac reported back in late November about Apple’s dealings with… Read more ›     

In iOS 7, Siri Can Learn To Pronounce Difficult Names

iOS 7 beta fixes one thing that has been driving me crazy since, well, since I was first introduced to Siri. Now he/she/it can learn how to pronounce the names of your friends. According to a tip to the rumor blog 9to5 Mac, Siri will now ask for help pronouncing difficult names.

The Lady will benefit from this. Or rather, I will benefit, as Siri will no longer try to send messages meant  [Read More...]

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Teardown specialists iFixit have published a new tablet repairability guide that quickly tells you how difficult it’s going to be to mend your broken Android, iOS, or Windows 8 slate. The guide features 18 popular tablets, which have been given a repairability score between one and ten. The higher the score, the easier they are to repair.

Unsurprisingly, Apple’s iPads are some of the hardest tablets to fix, second only to the  [Read More...]

Apple’s new iMac went on sale yesterday, and like clockwork, the folks at iFixit have performed a thorough teardown. Given Apple’s track record, it shouldn’t come as a surprise that the 2012 iMac is incredibly difficult to repair. The razor-thin LCD is glued and fused onto the frame, and accessing the RAM and hard drive is like cracking open a vault.

The new iMac scores pretty low on iFixit’s repairability scale, but  [Read More...]

The iPhone 5′s intricate design is leading to supply shortages.

When Apple began selling the iPhone 5 on September 21, it quickly became the fastest-selling iPhone to date, with five million units sold in the first three days. However, sales have started to slow down since then, and they’ve begun falling short of analyst expectations.

It’s not that customers aren’t buying it, or that the iPhone 5 isn’t successful. The reason it’s  [Read More...]

Memory Problems Sometimes explaining the problem with your computer isn’t easy, particularly when you’re not sure of the correct technical term used to describe an issue. It took some back and forth to assess this reader’s problem about RAM usage and availability – but I got to enjoy the affectation of “Sir” during the discussion! Hello Sir Adam, Hope all is well. I am in desperate need of  [Read More...]