New iPad Air And Mini

Apple released upgrades to the iPad Air and iPad Mini this morning. There are many people who thought maybe the Mini was finished, but alas it is not. I have a few friends who really love the Mini.

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Cable Router Ethernet Ports

After a couple of months of running my iMac network on WiFi I decided to fix my Ethernet Port problem. I ordered something called an Ethernet Switch. Ethernet Switches have been around forever.

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WWDC

Apple has set the WWDC (World Wide Developers Conference) for June 3–7, 2019. This will be the 30th WWDC and will be held in San Jose, California.

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Mojave 10.14.4 Beta 5

As you know I have a Beta account with Apple for the macOS. I just installed 10.14.4 Beta 5. It would appear that 10.14.4 is pretty close to being released if they are on Beta 5 already.

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Remove Bluetooth Device From You Mac

Sometimes working with Bluetooth on the Mac can be a little frustrating, especially when trying to connect some Device which does not want to be seen. On the other hand, removing a Bluetooth Device from the Mac is quite easy. Here is how that is done.

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Random Double Typing Keys Fix

You are typing away on your MacBook Pro or Air and certain keys are double typed. Or, you hit the spacebar and certain keys are double typed.

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PIA Continued

PIA has servers all over the world. You VPN IP address is listed in the window (that is what other people see). If you click on the down arrow you can monitor the connection activity (sounds boring, but you can do it if you are of a more technical mind

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Private Internet Access VPN

The use of a VPN (Virtual Private Network) is becoming more and more popular. Once only used in the realm of businesses, VPN’s are fast becoming a household item for many people and at times a necessity. I have tried several VPN’s over the last year or two, but have finally settled on PIA (Private Internet Access).

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