Tag Archive: Wrong


Fix a Mac Showing the Wrong Time & Date

Rarely, Mac users may notice their clock is displaying the wrong system time. This typically occurs after a Mac has been shut down for an extended amount of time and hasn’t connected to the internet in a while, but it can also happen with traveling across date lines, between regions with daylight savings time observations, … Read More

Apple’s handled its PR wrong in FBI standoff, says Steve Jobs’ ex-publicist

Apple hasn’t done enough to publicly present its side of the current privacy standoff with the FBI, concerning whether or not it should build an iPhone backdoor, claims Andrea “Andy” Cunningham, Steve Jobs’ former publicist. “I think [Steve] would’ve spent more time framing the issue for the [public] than I think [Apple under Tim Cook has] […]

(via Cult of Mac – Tech and culture through an Apple lens)

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Gene Munster admits he got Apple all wrong (again)

Hit-and-miss Apple analyst Gene Munster has admitted he couldn’t have been more wrong about the likely customer uptake of Apple’s iPhone Upgrade Program, the $ 32+ per month scheme designed to get new iPhones into the hands of people willing to pay a monthly fee to Apple. The Piper Jaffray analyst — renowned for telling us that an Apple […]

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We might have the name wrong of the next 4-inch iPhone

This may not be worth much more than the pixels it’s written on, especially since usually accurate analyst Ming-ChiKuo says it’s coming early next year, but a new rumor out of China says the next 4-inch iPhone won’t be the iPhone 6c… it’ll be the iPhone 7c. MIC Gadget – a website that is pretty […]

(via Cult of Mac – Tech and culture through an Apple lens)

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What Apple News gets wrong that Twitter Moments gets so right

The way we consume news is changing at a rapid pace, and both Apple and Twitter are trying to cater to readers’ need for speed and convenience. iOS 9’s new Apple News app and the recently launched Twitter Moments both exist because millennials aren’t reading the newspaper every morning or watching news broadcasts in the […]

(via Cult of Mac – Tech and culture through an Apple lens)

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What Apple News gets wrong that Twitter Moments gets so right

The way we consume news is changing at a rapid pace, and both Apple and Twitter are trying to cater to readers’ need for speed and convenience. iOS 9’s new Apple News app and the recently launched Twitter Moments both exist because millennials aren’t reading the newspaper every morning or watching news broadcasts in the […]

(via Cult of Mac – Tech and culture through an Apple lens)

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Panic button app could save your life — or go terribly wrong

If you’re afraid of ever being in a dangerous situation without any witnesses or good samaritans nearby, you might want to consider downloading this new app appropriately named Witness. Calling itself the ‘panic button for the smartphone age,’ one tap broadcasts live…

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Why the ‘world’s most top Apple analyst’ is wrong about Macs ditching Intel

The tech blogosphere has been buzzing this morning with news that Apple might be ditching Intel after ‘the world’s most accurate Apple analyst’ issued a report predicting iMacs and MacBooks will shun Intel processors for Apple’s own ARM-based solution within the next 1 – 2…

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Court filing reveals what went wrong with Apple’s sapphire supplier

Apple has kept quiet on why its sapphire supplier suddenly went bankrupt, but after weeks of court wrangling, GT Advanced Technology’s COO has filed a revised declaration that reveals why Apple’s dream of sapphire iPhones went up in smoke in less than…

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Court filing reveals what went wrong with Apple’s sapphire supplier

Apple has kept quiet on why its sapphire supplier suddenly went bankrupt, but after weeks of court wrangling, GT Advanced Technology’s COO has filed a revised declaration that reveals why Apple’s dream of sapphire iPhones went up in smoke in less than…

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