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Managing Notifications on Apple Watch


If you have an Apple Watch, you may be wanting to know how you can customize notifications, mute sounds, turn on Do Not Disturb and turn on Airplane mode. Follow along as we walk you through these features that will enhance your knowledge of Apple Watch and its many uses.

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5 Things You Might Not Know How to do in Safari

Safari is a great web browser that Apple has been developing and improving upon for quite some time. On the Mac, Safari offers some pretty great features that you might not know about. Let's take a look at five of these mysterious features that you'll want to familiarize yourself with.

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Apple Special Event March 2016 – What Could Happen?

Apple has announced that they will be holding an event on March 21, 2016 at the company’s headquarters in Cupertino, California. Rumors have been circulating of new products that may be released during this Spring event. Let's take a look at the most likely and unlikely updates we'll see later this month.

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iOS 9.3: What to Expect

Apple recently released the 6th installment of the Public Beta of iOS 9.3 and it’s time to start getting excited about this great new update to the Apple Mobile devices. As Apple Beta participants, we at CityMac have had the opportunity to get hands-on with this update for the past month. iOS 9.3 is full of new features and security updates that every user can appreciate. 

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The Incredible Power of the iPhone Camera

This week, we'd like to take a moment to appreciate the incredible iPhone camera. Recently, the awesome power of the iPhone camera was featured during an episode of 60 Minutes on CBS. "The anatomy of an iPhone" video clip, although very brief, features a huge amount of information. This clip is centered around the power and complexity of the iPhone camera. Let's have a sneak peak at just how incredible this tiny Apple wonder is.

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How to Install Apps On Your Apple Watch

One of the things that makes the Apple Watch great is the ability to download apps from the App Store. If you are new to your Apple Watch and are having difficulty downloading apps, follow along as we walk you through the process.

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App Review: Plex

Have you ever wanted to have one place where you can access all of your digital content, such as movies, TV shows and pictures, in one convenient location?  Plex, a powerful multimedia app, is the solution you have been dreaming of. 

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Ransomware: What Is It & Am I At Risk?

On Friday, March 4th, the first case of Ransomware targeted directly at Apple Computers was downloaded by over 6,500 people. Ransomware is malicious software that infects a computer and can then be used to encrypt everything on it until the owner pays a ransom to the hackers who launched the code. This encryption essentially holds a user's data ransom, rendering it unusable and unaccessible until the hacker decrypts the computer.

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Facebook Rolls Out New Like Feature, "Reactions"


Earlier this month, Facebook released a new feature called Reactions - an upgrade to the previous Like button which includes five new expressive emotions. Reactions allows Facebook users to use emoji-like, animated faces that depict a greater range of emotional reaction than simply "liking" something. Reactions includes a total of six options to express how you feel about a post without having to write a comment.

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