A vast majority of tech companies these days are getting into Virtual Reality, or VR. We’re talking about big names like Google, HTC, Sony, GoPro, Qualcomm and many others.
Unsurprisingly, it looks like Apple is about to join the fray. They were recently granted patents by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office for a “wearable information system” that uses VR technology.
On October 19, Apple sent out invitations inviting the press to an event Apple will be having on their Cupertino campus. This event is rumored to introduce new Macs, such as new MacBook Pros, MacBook Airs, and possible new updates to the Mac desktop line.
Posted September 2nd, 2016 by Ryan Karsen in News
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Posted August 5th, 2016 by Ryan Karsen in News
Cell phone plans can seem like a complicated web of mumbo jumbo, full of charges, line items and vague features that require an interpreter. No matter the carrier, there is always confusion around what you are paying, why you are paying it, and the services you are receiving. If you have not reviewed your bill in the past year then it's time to see a Verizon Specialists at CityMac. Whether you want to learn how to reduce your monthly bill, activate parental data controls, or just have general questions about your bill we are here to help.
At CityMac, our goal is to help demystify your bill and make sure that you are confident that the plan you're on is the right plan for you! Come in today to speak with our Verizon Specialists and receive a fast & free Verizon Bill Analysis from CityMac!
Posted June 15th, 2016 by Nick Markman in Tech Tips
In 2011, Apple introduced their voice assistant, Siri, as a part of iOS 5. In the beginning, Siri was an annoyance for many people. She was spotty, inconsistent and did not have an impressive breadth of features. Today, Siri is more powerful than ever and if you still think she is a nuisance, it’s because you aren’t using her right. Here are 10 Siri features you probably don’t know about, but should.
As I’m sure you’ve heard, Apple has announced their latest and greatest iPhones. The iPhone 6, and iPhone 6 Plus. They have also stepped into a new product category with the Apple Watch, claiming that it’s the most personal product they’ve ever made. But Apple has also taken on a whole new initiative, and that's Apple Pay.
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GT Advanced Technologies is a company that took on a major project from Apple earlier this year to provide sapphire for Apple’s upcoming Apple Watch, and, as the rumors have said, possibly a couple iPhones later in their partnership. The two companies were supposed to last a full five years together, but within the first year things have already gone downhill for GT Advance.
This is Command Tab, CityMac's new podcast all about Apple and what they might (possibly) be up to.
In this fourth episode, Ben and George talk about everything iPhone 6, and what might come of Apple's newest addition to their smartphone family. George waits on his check from HBO. Ben loves the iMac.
While Apple is revered for some of their software applications, they are commonly criticized for others. In OS X Mavericks, the Mail app was a commonly criticized application. Users complained that it lacked power features present in other third-party email apps and that it did not handle certain email providers as well as others. Apple heeded the criticism of Mail in Mavericks and responded with a major update to the program in the upcoming Mac desktop operating system, OS X 10.10 Yosemite. From a new design to more powerful features, Mail has received a complete makeover.